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I AM GOING TO MURDER THE ENTIRE FUCKING UNIVERSE

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by imported_El Mamerro, Oct 18, 2002.

  1. I AM GOING TO MURDER THE ENTIRE FUCKING UNIVERSE

    Discussion started by imported_El Mamerro - Oct 18, 2002

    I AM IN DEEP, DEEP SHIT.

    AFTER WORKING FOR ONE MONTH NON-STOP ON THIS VIDEO FOR A BBOY EVENT THAT SO FAR MEANT EVERYTHING IN THE WORLD FOR MAMERRO, SPECIFICALLY HIS FUTURE, MY COMPUTER DECIDES TO SIMPLY CRASH ALL OF A SUDDEN. IT'S OK, CAUSE COMPUTERS CRASH OFTEN. HOWEVER, AFTER RESTARTING, THE GODDAMN COMPUTER DECIDES THAT IT DOESN'T WANT TO RECOGNIZE MY EXTERNAL HARD DRIVE, WHERE ALL MY VIDEO FILES ARE STORED. IT JUST ASKS ME IF I WANT TO EITHER INITIALIZE (ERASE ALL THE DATA IN IT) OR EJECT THE DISK.

    Considering the amount of work I have put into it, and all the hype I've created online about it (go here to watch the trailer), I think it's almost fair that my eyes are watering right now. Pretty much all of my work is absolutely unreachable, unless someone knows of a clever way to get a Mac to recognize a disk. I'm gonna call the hard drive's company tomorrow, and if they can't solve the problem that just cost me my goddamn future, someone's getting a (insert federal mail-related offense here, which I won't describe so I won't get tracked down by FBI bugs).

    If none of you can help (I'm banking on Zesto... dude, you're getting a 18" x 22" full color robot poster on illustration board if you can help me out), then I wish every single one of you a slow, painful, excruciating death hopefully involving salami. As you can see, I'm pathetically trying to hold on to my sense of humor here, but it's an awfully shitty situation I'm in right now. Please just fucking die and rot away, not necessarily in that order. Cyanide,

    El Mamerro
     
  2. ToYs

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    ToYs - Replied Oct 18, 2002

    i dont know shit man sorry, but i would just not touch a thing and send your shit to a professional, talk with the guy, make sure he dosent erase it, and do the best you can to salvage it. good luck bro.
     
  3. KRONOLOGIK

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    KRONOLOGIK - Replied Oct 18, 2002

    That's rough.
     
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  4. WhAt_dA_fUcK

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    WhAt_dA_fUcK - Replied Oct 18, 2002

    yea i wouldnt touch shit.....i dont think you should get a mac though heard those suck......get a dell!!........but sorry man...shits all fucked up
     
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  5. Cracked Ass

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    Cracked Ass - Replied Oct 18, 2002

    You have my sympathy. I never trusted Macs, never liked them at all.
     
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  6. Grandola

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    Grandola - Replied Oct 18, 2002

    i am only here to add to the useless comments to further agrivate you...






















































































    nah, for real though - sorry i can't help.
     
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  7. -MOE LESTER-

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    -MOE LESTER- - Replied Oct 18, 2002

    maybe you coukld try the external harddrive on another mac??
     
  8. ilikeskulls.

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    ilikeskulls. - Replied Oct 18, 2002

    i'd say sorry but it probeley mean anything to you...so go ahead and kill me.
     
  9. imported_El Mamerro - Replied Oct 18, 2002

    It's good though, I'm craving sympathy like a motherfuck right now, no shame whatsoever. At least go look at the trailer and tell me it's hot. It'd make my day, seriously. Beer,

    El Mamerro
     
  10. Weapon X

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    Weapon X - Replied Oct 18, 2002

    would the string theory allow this?
     
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  11. -MOE LESTER-

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    -MOE LESTER- - Replied Oct 18, 2002

    bleh....seriously....describe the problem a little better

    the computer wont read the hard-drive?? take the harddrive out, put itinto a fucking static electricity proof bag...and try it on another mac
     
  12. IzzeWST

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    IzzeWST - Replied Oct 18, 2002

    This would be a good first step. If the other Mac recognizes the HD then
    the problem is with your computer. If it doesn't, then the problem is in
    the drive itself.
    If that's the case there are a lot of companies that specialize in data recovery.
    Just don't mess around with the drive until you recover your data.
     
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  13. Grandola

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    Grandola - Replied Oct 18, 2002

    see, i'd say it was dope, but i can't downlad it... i clicked on it and nuffin... i tried "save target as" and nuffin!!!
     
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  14. Wilt

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    Wilt - Replied Oct 18, 2002

    ok if it's on a disk or a drive ....which is external of course...then just reformat ....reformatting only affects your immediate in house drive...your os might not be running right..thats all..
     
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    ()__))> - Replied Oct 18, 2002

    In the words of my deadbeat father:

    "Don't be a pussy and walk it off." (This was said after i broke my leg ages ago. :rolleyes:


    I'm sorry i know how it feels to lose some shit due to a bunk ass hard drive error.... trust.:eek:
     
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