My half-broken laptop, that I’ve been using for the past a

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My half-broken laptop, that I’ve been using for the past almost 3 years, suddenly crashed earlier today and wouldn’t restart. (I said ‘half-broken’ because my friend’s little sisters accidentally spilled their drink on it almost 3 years ago (which I never told my parents because I was scared they’d be mad about it because it was still fairly new at that time, but thinking back to it, I probably should have) but I managed to get it working as normally as I possibly could again, although there were some functions that got damaged by it). My parents said they’d go buy me a new one this weekend but I had some assignments for school that are due this weekend that I already finished on the other one so I guess I’ll just have to re-do all of them.

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Jan 19

@starship Yeah, I got a new one. And yeah, the online classes are getting a bit easier, just a lot of work.

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Jan 19

@Foundlove Thanks for the advice. Yeah, I might have to start doing that. I was saving them on a flash drive on my old laptop (the one that got broken), but I think one time, about a year or two after this happened, I forgot to safely pull it out, so the drive got damaged, and wasn't usable anymore. Have to be more careful now.

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Jan 24

You might wanna send those unfinished assignments to your own email, just so you won't have to re-do all of them. I do this all the time, in case if my assignments get lost.

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