...for me anyway.
Last night around midnight we had a hell of a thunderstorm, I woke up to some loud thunder and then an incredibly loud BANG, it had to have been a lightening strike very close by, I almost jumped right out of the bed.
Anyway, this morning one of my GFI's in the kitchen was tripped, the GFI breaker to the barn was tripped, the electric opener for the overhead door in the old barn is unresponsive, I have cable only on 1 television set (think one of my numerous splitters got fried), but the biggest problem is one of my PC's seems to have crapped out.
I removed the hard drive and stuck it in the other PC and made it the slave, fortunately it is OK, I guess the problem is with the mother board. I can explore it but can't open anything on it, I'm thinking it's because it's now the E: drive and the files are all C:. Of course that's the computer I have Quicken on and use for email and word processing, so there are a lot of saved documents on it as well as photos. Is it possible to configure this PC to open the programs on the slave hard drive? The only files I backed up are the Quicken data files on a zip drive.
At this point I'm lost!!