So, I thought what I'd do is maybe go back and take a look at my track and see if there was anything I wanted to change. But NOOOOOOOOO.... my D: drive decided it was time to be a faggot.
This is my HD structure.
C: - 160G - OS, Program Files, the likes
----- this one's three years old and has been in multiple computers, two of which it preformed as the C: Drive
D: - 320G - 8 years of Pictures, home movies, 30 gigs of Music, School Work, my Graphic Design Portfolio, sentimental chat logs and letters, 7 gigs of AMVs, and Project Files for EVERYTHING I've ever made.
-----this drive is almost 10 months old and DEAD!!!!!!
E: - 500G - 442 gigs of anime
-----two months old, made by same company as D:
The manufacturer of my drive unfortunately does not cover costs for data recovery even if it is their defect that causes it. Actually, aparently no manufacturer does. LAME.
Also, I do belive it may have suffered both electronic and physical failure as I read on CBL's (a data recovery company) site that electronic failure is generally caused by improper shut down, generally due to power outage. Thunderstorm while I was gone today, didn't work when I got home, and my computer refuses to boot while that HD is connected. It also said that physical faliure is noted by odd noises that the HD makes signifying the head crashing. It was doing that last night. So, I figure by those details, that data recovery is going to be F***ING expensive.
All right that rant is done. I might check my PMs and re-DL my LAGS track and the wav for it and take me a look at it agian. If not w/e.
P.S. systemofadork, that blew. That blew more than my first AMV.