I'm recording my exploits in a new game of Frontier: Elite, at Frontier Blog. It'll become a blog about Freelancer when that arrives.
I'm starting at Lave, so it's going to be interesting.
I have one blog post per stop on my travels, recounting the more noteworthy events and informing the reader as to what I've got up to. Every so often, I'll probably recap decent trading routes I found and so on. There'll be other useful information, too, like the names of the legitimate black market dealers I use and so on.
Saturday, July 16, 2005
A few weeks ago, having put my USB memory stick in my machine, and a friend's, to transfer data, I noticed that I'd managed to fill up every drive letter from A to J.
For the intrigued, here's the breakdown:
A:\ 3.5" floppy
B:\ Virtual floppy from USBDISKPRO
C:\ Windows 98SE hard drive (partition on same disk with D:\)
D:\ Windows XP Pro hard drive (partition on same disk with C:\)
E:\ CD-RW drive
F:\ DVD-ROM drive
G:\ Old hard drive, used as data storage
H:\ Zip drive
I:\ My USB stick
J:\ Friend's USB stick
I suppose someone, somewhere, has managed better than that. If anyone reads this and knows of one who did, give me a link in comments?