When it rains, it pours...
So, I started playing games on Steam recently roughly around the same time my MacBook decided to start making a bunch of noise. After taking it to the nearest Apple store, they cleaned it, inside and out, but found that a fan and a speaker were inexplicably still making noise. So, I get it fixed (£60) and buy a new power adapter (£65) since my original one broke and I was currently using a cheap third-party replacement. The day I get my laptop back, the power supply on my PC died, meaning I had to order a replacement (£50). When I get it back up and running, it takes a million years to reconnect to the wireless network my router is on. First it simply fails to connect a bunch of time, then it tells me the WPA is incorrect (even though it was correct), then it tells me that the security settings on my PC don't match those of the router (even though they did match), the diagnostic tool kept failing to repair the connection. Finally, it magically started working all by itself. Now I have a headache and toothache from where one of my wisdom teeth is growing.
Posted by DarkDan88
on 30 December 15 at 21:10
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