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  • Yes, I'm constantly getting rid of the clutter, and keeping it under control.

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  • No, the clutter piles up, and I sort through it when I get inspired.

    38 59.38%
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wandering View Post
    I'm feeling weak ... I thought I was a rat pack, but I see now that I have barely started walking on the road to true rat-pack-ness !

    Mind you, I don't think there is ANYTHING in the ENTIRE world that I could do or give to my husband that would be enough to get him to furnish my computer with a 1.25TB hard drive :rolli:
    Bah.. it's not that bad is it? :/

    About 5000 of those files are mp3's, same with about 500 of the folders.. I used to have close to 80,000 mp3's on my PC, but my hard drive they were all on suffered a fatal crash about a year ago.

    My 1.25TB is 2 x 500GB and 1 x 250GB, tho I think my 250GB drive is on its way out, so it'll be replaced soon with another 500GB.

    And yeah, I don't think you'd be able to convince him either.. tho that largely has to do with the fact the largest hard drive atm is 1TB :p Joking aside, whats stopping you from giving yourself 1.25TB of space? I'm not sure what the prices are like where you are, but here I can get 1.5TB's worth of space for about $335cdn($114 per 500GB). As for installing a hard drive in a PC, it's no where near as difficult as people think, takes about 5-10mins to do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wandering View Post
    Mind you, I don't think there is ANYTHING in the ENTIRE world that I could do or give to my husband that would be enough to get him to furnish my computer with a 1.25TB hard drive :rolli:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ender View Post
    Bah.. it's not that bad is it? :/
    No, no, not at all *pats Ender's head*

    About 5000 of those files are mp3's, same with about 500 of the folders.. I used to have close to 80,000 mp3's on my PC,
    OK, *that* is understandable

    but my hard drive they were all on suffered a fatal crash about a year ago.
    As I said in another thread, I strongly suspect that my husband does something to my drives so they crash as soon as a certain space is occupied. How else do you explain that so far 2 (or was it 3?) of my drives have fatally crashed in 3 years, while his never do !?

    And yeah, I don't think you'd be able to convince him either.. tho that largely has to do with the fact the largest hard drive atm is 1TB :p
    Hah Hum

    Joking aside, whats stopping you from giving yourself 1.25TB of space? ... As for installing a hard drive in a PC, it's no where near as difficult as people think, takes about 5-10mins to do.
    It's not the price or the difficulty: it's the fact that my husband is the one officially in charge of our computers. Pretty much everything else in the house I can mess up with as much as I want, but trying to mess with my own computer would probably create a breach in the space-time continuum at the least

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    Quote Originally Posted by JivinJeffJones View Post
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    Nope, even that was included in the "anything" I mean, I haven't tried obviously, but I don't think that even *that* would be enough

    Not to mention that it would be pointless as long as I can't figure out what kind of bad mojo he's doing to my drives to make them crash :steam:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wandering View Post
    Nope, even that was included in the "anything" I mean, I haven't tried obviously, but I don't think that even *that* would be enough

    That's a pretty huge stone to leave unturned.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Wandering View Post
    Nope, even that was included in the "anything" I mean, I haven't tried obviously, but I don't think that even *that* would be enough
    *laughing* You just haven't found the "thing" that will work for him yet!

    Not to mention that it would be pointless as long as I can't figure out what kind of bad mojo he's doing to my drives to make them crash :steam:
    I had a similar problem years back, and it ended up that I
    1) didn't have enough memory
    2) didn't defrag enough for the amount of mp3s and videos that I downloaded
    2) had a virus

    Once I got that virus out, and I upgraded my memory, and scheduled my defrags to once a week, everything was cool beans!

    Ender, I applaud you...! I personally know 2 other people who are as picky about their computer process on filing with folders as you on their computer... one of them is ME!
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    BTW, Welcome, Ender!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ender View Post
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    I have 1.25TB of hard drive space
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    What does the T in TB stand for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by INTJMom View Post
    What does the T in TB stand for?
    Tera. 1 TB is 1 Terabyte, which is 1000 Gigabytes (1000 GB) or 1 million Megabytes (1 000 000 MB).

    (For some reason I can't shake the feeling that something is wrong in that sentence... )

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    Quote Originally Posted by INTJMom View Post
    What does the T in TB stand for?
    terabyte

    Ahh... Wandering beat me to it and with a good explanation, which I failed to do! D'oh!
    Last edited by Sandy; 01-12-2008 at 04:45 PM. Reason: Added quip about Wandering's quicker post...
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