Last night, Mr Shell was tinkering with my computer as his computer needs a new ram or memory or something. He installed some software and surfed his sites without any hassle when out of nowhere it froze. Of course, everyone knows one just needs to restart the computer and it should then fix itself. This was when the bizarreness started. As it restarted, a DOS screen popped up informing me it was not detecting one of my drives. Hmmm. I let it finish and opted to restart it again. I figured it was simply a glitch. Restart #2 commenced. For the second time, same drive was undetected. I had no idea which drive it was so I was hoping it was not something essential. I proceeded to insert a dvd onto my dvd drive. Bingo! That was the undetected drive! Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrreat. I fetched the installation cd with plans of reinstalling the driver. Yeah, it’s not happening. I actually only have one drive…ONE. I probably did not think I needed a second one when I initially purchased the computer. I figured why spend money on a second one when I have an all-in-one drive. So installing the driver plan went out the window. At this point, Mr Shell offered to buy me a new drive as he felt partially to blame. Therefore, I resigned to accommodating said future purchase on our budget. Thirty minutes go by and Mr Shell decided to restart the computer again – somehow on a whim. Anyway, computer was restarted and for some unknown reason it detected the driver this time around. What?!?!?!?! Yeah, I had no explanation. All I know is that now I have a functional drive again and that my good ol computer finally decided to recognize my driver. I guess the third time was the charm. *shrugs* Sometimes, computers are such $hit disturbers.
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