i accidently deleted my computer

Cogman

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Originally posted by: xSauronx
Originally posted by: Shawn
You deleted your computer? :Q

im more impressed he recovered it

<vader> IMPRESSIVE </vader>

Obviously he did not do a hard delete of his computer it must have been a soft version that can be recovered by the government, I mean, stuff like that happens all the time. luckily I bought a flux-capacitor just in case I need to go back and get my computer. [/sarcasm]

Anyways, glad to see you found your computer :)
 

blackangst1

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Originally posted by: Cogman
Originally posted by: xSauronx
Originally posted by: Shawn
You deleted your computer? :Q

im more impressed he recovered it

<vader> IMPRESSIVE </vader>

Obviously he did not do a hard delete of his computer it must have been a soft version that can be recovered by the government, I mean, stuff like that happens all the time. luckily I bought a flux-capacitor just in case I need to go back and get my computer. [/sarcasm]

Anyways, glad to see you found your computer :)

God that made me LOL
 

Brazen

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I accidentally deleted my house, I didn't do backups. Can somebody help me out here?
 

RebateMonger

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Reminds me of the 'good old days' of PC DOS 1.0, when you easily could re-format your entire hard drive, with no warnings, thinking you were smply formatting a new floppy disk.
 

Noema

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Originally posted by: RebateMonger
Reminds me of the 'good old days' of PC DOS 1.0, when you easily could re-format your entire hard drive, with no warnings, thinking you were smply formatting a new floppy disk.

Ah, the good ole' days.

C:\>Format C:
This will delete the contents of the drive (Y/N)
C:\>-

You didn't even have to reboot. It'd just keep blinking like nothing happened...that is, until you did reboot and flushed command.com off the memory. :p


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