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Posted by RumasLaut21 on Nov 13th, 2011

Ugh, so as the title says, Misfortune.

Yesterday, (that is, 2011Y-10M-12D), I was using my computer when the lights suddenly went out (eight in the morning) and, after a short pause, there was the dreaded sound.
The next thing i knew was smoke... wisps of it coming from my Beloved Computer's CPU and my Beloved TELEVISION! oh, and there was popping. a sound like the kind you hear when you cook popcorns... only stronger.
Electricity Returned, Stable. However, my computer no longer switched on when i pressed the power button. *sigh* so i opened the CPU and Surprise! the Motherboard and Hard Disk were Unharmed! aside from that, the smell came from the power source! so... it is most likely that the FUSE popped. but then why the popping? there was more than one!
anyways, the next day, i learned that Two people died of electrocution on that same day at the exact same hour. one at Cambinoy (which i prefer to call 'Kanbinoi') and another one at the proper.
i guess i am not so unfortunate after all.
anyways, the TV was sent to be repaired and my computer... is on hold.
"repairing the CPU is more expensive than repairing a television set" my father said.
i could almost die of boredom... and just as i was on a writing spree!
i was writing a LOT last night and was aiming to write at least TWO chapters for that day, but then misfortune had to strike.
I am dying of boredom.
To clear my boredom, even just a bit... err, i tried making drawings and... *pops up with purple umbrella* SURPRISE! the quality is much HIGHER than all others i've made so far.
i want to post them but...
my computer is unable to run.
please! let the repairs come ASAP!
(and install a more powerful motherboard on the way, please? my midi programs sometimes slow down the computer significantly when i open the "BAD APPLE ORCHESTRA MIDI" file i've downloaded)

Best luck to me!

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DIDHOT Jan 6 2012, 10:08pm says:

Don't repair it, buy new one. If you repair it, it'll be broken again in short time. You wont recognize your CPU anymore.

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