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It's now or never.


Great. My Sharp laptop crashed in the most inconvenient time. I decided to use it to do tons of paper works today, then upon startup there was some unforeseen omen bringing forth doom's day prophecy:

"NTLDR is missing. Press any key to restart."

Because I'm a conformist freak, I did what the message told me. It turned out again. I hit another one, the Space bar. Nada. I tried Alt+Ctrl+Del, but it led me to nothingness. Now I will have to deal with my problem a little seriously because for one, almost all of my crucial files are stored there; if it turned out to be a hard drive problem, I will have to restart from scratch. I don't back up my files. I repeat, I don't back up my files. Anyway, that's just 2GB worth of music fi...les. Wait.

I'm waiting for the dealer to show up and fix the problem. For the meantime, if somebody could tell me what the message is all about, please. I'm desperate. My laptop's running Windows, and I can't use my Mac because Mac Office had already expired - and it's quite odd to use Appleworks.

And I still have lots of work to do. And I'm worrying about my music files. Oh, the ironies of life.
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At Sat Mar 10, 08:27:00 PM, Anonymous utakGAGO retorts...

Fortunately, the crashing thing in my laptop happened twice. I just turned it off and turned it on again, and it worked.

Nako, hindi pa mandin ako nagbaback-up ng files. :(

Wait. Tanong: bat ba nag-kacrash ang mga laptops?


At Sun Mar 11, 06:34:00 PM, Blogger Mike retorts...

Depends. If the laptop is liberally peppered with viruses and Trojan Horses, haha, good luck. If that were the case, use a very effective and efficient anti-virus software, e.g. AVG. Norton is blah, Panda is more blah.

Mine is protected with AVG - although not updated - but my laptop still crashed. Rawr.    

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