This would be far less painful than what I've been doing so far.
Seriously, some of these things may as well be on fire.
Let's start with my desktop computer. A stick of RAM was defective and caused my entire computer to crash literally every few minutes. Fortunately, I had a friend come over, we found the defective stick, removed it, and now things are ok now.
Unfortunately, we believe that that stick of RAM also corrupted my OS. I spent around a thousand dollars on upgrading the parts. It shouldn't lag when I try to view files or stutter when I'm watching a video on Youtube.
So fine, we need to do a reformat of my hard drive. A bit of a hassle, all we have to do is back it up and we're good to g-
Oh wait. My external hard drive is corrupted too.
Kill me now.
When my computer was crashing I tried to back up my files. Unfortunately it crashed during a back-up and this has done something to my external hard drive. I could reformat it, but I have files on it that would be forever lost. I have back-ups from multiple computers on it.
So I'm kind of scrambling to try and access it. I really don't want to go running about through old computers hunting down specific folders.
Speaking of old computers. Have I mentioned how bad my laptop has been getting? I constantly require a laptop cooler otherwise the whirring and the overheating gets unbearable. One day in class I was afraid it was going to catch on fire.
Maybe if I fall asleep everything will be ok.
And then we have my phone. It began to die in less than 24 hours leading me to believe it was a battery issue. But the new battery does nothing. Nothing! So it's just my phone being defective. Lovely.
My sister recently upgraded to a Nexus 4. And I'm really tempted to do the same. Sure, I'll be giving up my beloved keyboard, but I'd getting something that isn't a complete disaster. Something that can take decent pictures and have voice commands.
Upgrade now, or upgrade at the end of the year? Decisions decisions.
My main concern is still my computer. Hopefully things will be resolved by the end of this week.