My compliments to your PC's recuperative powers and the hospital staff.
Yes, the staff was very efficient. They even did a follow up.
I am so impressed at the surgeons. In similar cases ours have recommended euthaenasia.
LOL. Thank goodness that wasn't the case.
Glad your PC survived the surgery. Mine keeps breaking down, probably suffering from old age, like me! Have a great week, hugs, Valerie
Since when is 39 considered old? :)Hugs
Oh, wow, so sorry about the PC scare. Glad it could be saved, though! I know how beyond stressful it can be to replace one of those when you're not expecting to yet...
Thanks, Heather. Me too! Sounds like you've been there.
I said love, I said pet, I said love, plenty of good free virus checkers out there. AVG works well for me. This may end up in your spam box.
It made it through. Thanks for the info on AVG.
Glad your PC is cured.Yes, Cubs are in the World Series! Shame he never lived to see it happen.
I am so sorry harry is not around to call this exciting world series. GO CUBS GO!
Indeed. No one would have enjoyed it more.
Some programs to help you prevent future problems: CC Cleaner will clean the cache. You can also repair broken keys in the register. It's free. Scroll down to look for the free download option: http://www.piriform.com/ccleaner/update?v=5.23.5808&l=1033&o=6.1W6Malwarebytes. Also free, will get rid of malware on your computer: https://www.malwarebytes.com/mwb-download/And your antivirus software should be kept up to date.I run these 3 scans every week.
Great tips. Thanks, CJ!
At a friends funeral we lamented he wanted 1st place for his dahlias, and always got 2nd, and wanted to see his Cubs win the world series for over 35 years.The final song was Take Me out to the ball Game on a massive pipe organ.
So glad your PC survived the trauma! Mine is limping along and will probably have to visit the hospital before long. :)
Thank you. And well wishes to your computer, Barbara:)
Happy to hear your PC is alive and well.I can still hear Harry Caray screaming "Cubs win!"
Thank you:)Me too, Diane. Holy Cow:)
Good your PC lives to type another day. Now let's see if the cubs can pull it off.
Me too!Toes-crossed, fingers firmly on the keyboard, for Cubs.
They must be thrilled in Chicago. I hope it wasn't contagious. I hate technology.
Chicago and throughout cities all over the country:)I'm with ya on technology. Sigh.
You are lucky your PC came home. Mine would have been in the trash or used for assemblages.Glad to read the Cubs won. I know several people will be celebrating this win.
I was lucky!Yup, lots of folks celebrating:)
Yikes. That's not good. I worry about that with my PC, too. Go Cubbies. Although I'm really an Indians fan (I'm both --I've never had this dilemma before!)
Sounds like a win-win for you, Jeanie:)
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That would do it alright:)
Oh my...that sucks big time but hopefully it is all fixed up.
So far, so good.
Glad you got it all fixed up. Life without a computer is no fun at all!
It's downright traumatic.
Unexpected medical costs are the worst, but I'm glad your computer lives on to see another day.
I know the feeling only too well Sandra,Hope all goes well now.Yvonne.
So happy your PC survived my friend! These computers can be so expensive!!