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  1. Bo$$

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    guys help!!! my windows just pooped out!!!

    got this red grub4dos screen telling me i have error: 15 :file not found?????


    HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    posting from my netbook btw
     
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    check your hard drive, generally means theres a bad connection (take it apart and put back together again) or a boot file is missing(HD could be broken or it could of just been turned off and an inconvenient time)

    My normal version of grub throws up a similar error when i forget to plug the hard disk power cable in
     
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    Unrelated to current conversation.

    Eating half a large chicken, roasted to perfection. yup.
     
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    fixed now :)
     
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    boss what turned out to be wrong with it?
     
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    if thats the way this thread is going to go - about to eat a lamb rogan josh, at a level of quality one normally finds in a sainsburies curry
     
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    so, better than tesco, not quite as good as M&S?
     
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    exactly, but m&s is further away and the reason Tesco+asda is not in the comparison as their curries don't even have a flavor - besides cardboard
     
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    Macaroni Cheese for me. Boooooriiiiing!
     
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    don't insult cheese, cheese is wonderfull
     
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    lol, sorry no offence :laugh:
     
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    its working fine now, downloaded the 7 recovery disk :)
     
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    cheese is fucking awesome... cathedral city mmm
    I had beef super noodles with an oxo cube added for extra flavour for dinner
     
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    I can't stand cheese unless it's melted. Can't get better than cheese on toast with reggae reggae sauce though...
     
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    Not even wensleydale?

    - can't believe chrome's spell checker doesn't register wensleydale as a correctly spelled word:banghead:
     
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    Nope, not a bit of cheese, hate the stuff! And onions, I can't stand them raw, but cooked are lurvly. Hate cheese, hate onions, love cheese and onion crisps...
     
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    Which onions? red tend to be nicer when raw.

    but i do agree with you, if your going to eat vegetable's you might as well cook them first
     
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    I don't like any onions raw, but we use them all the time for cooking. We've switched to using red onions all the time now actually. We get through tons of them.
    Red onion gravy - that's a notable one.
     
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    i've been using them for all sorts of things lately, mainly eating
     
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    ^ :laugh:
    I must be getting hungry again. Tea + biscuits!
     
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    onion gravy+biscuits

    i don't bother cooking much so i still don't know why i took GCSE food, but i do know that basically every good food has onions in it (curry,anything with gravy etc)
     
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    you took gcse food because it's fun :p
    however, triple science, history, electronics and drama are all way more fun... i used to love doing all those...
     
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    cause i thought it would be fun, turns out its basically a class in taking the fun out cooking

    Agree with triple science being more fun - electronics is a GCSE?:eek: i never knew that, i feel like i missed out on the best subject out there
     
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    haha i loved electronics... got an A :)
    triple science was amazing... 7 lessons a week in year 10, 8 in year 11 :D
     
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    see the difference is i'm in y10 so i'm talking present tense, i do seperate sciences and that means i get 3 GCSE's from doing it:) just by taking 3 smaller tests instead of one big one

    i don't even get proper I.T, let alone elctronics
     

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