My 3TB Seagate drive was spotty from the beginning, but where I live getting a warranty replacement might end up costing you more than just buying a new drive. The latter is certainly faster and more convenient. It kept going for two years and finally died last week. The fifteen year old drive in my G3 iMac, however, refuses to die.
Don't point out errors in any software then, since someone you might not like could benefit from fixing them. A mistake like this is a lesson for everyone.
Such a thing exists:
I had hi-res goatse pics ready and everything. No wireless. Less space than a nomad. Lame.
The world ends. Reversing the waveform as I type this to ensure that happens soon.
Sure if you don't mind a big noisy box sitting on the floor that still needs a mouse and keyboard, and the associated loading times and security updates that go along with it . . .
I do it with Bluetooth every day, so I'm imagining someone's got USB figured out . . .
I'm tempted to download just the torrent file and see if I can find a friend's page from '97 or so, then leech that part of it.
I heard you like shitty operating systems that rip off Apple's ideas, so we . . .
What is all this Firefox incompatibility about? The first time I've ever heard anyone complain is in this thread. Firefox is my main browser on my MacBook and I can't remember ever encountering problems. Chrome is not even installed.
Google could release AIDS and people would try it, then bitch when Google discontinues it even though there's other shitty web-based VDs out there.
Particles of dust inside the LCD and opening it up periodically is an experience most people do not want to endure, alongside an outdated OS and fragile connections. You got what you paid for, which is fine for you but not many others who want a phone that 'just works.'
Those names roll off the tongue easily enough though. Except for Hyundai, the other brands have pretty obvious pronunciations. Huawei is a strange construction for an English speaker, comprised of four vowel sounds in a three syllable word, with two of them being consecutive.
In Samsung's case, a big name company was even supplying their hardware designs -- albeit unwillingly.
My ISP gave me a ZTE 3G modem. The 3G router I plugged it into would randomly report that the modem was unplugged, sometimes after a couple days; sometimes after five minutes. After trying every firmware release I could with the router I gave up, unlocked a friend's unused modem from another manufacture, and have been fine ever since.