BSoD is not dead, nor is I the one and only Foxx. Mustang is still kicking, figuratively speaking. Unfortunately my 500GB Hard Drive with my entire lifes work, an unsurpassed amount of projects spanning over 15 years, backups of my local drives, Operating System ISO disc images, and much much much more... died. I know the first thing you are thinking "Foxx you ASSHOLE, you should have used a RAID backup! MORON!". Yes.. I know.. unfortunately I am in the progress of migrating well over 6000GB of data, yes, 6TB of crap, around-across-trough my LAN and devices. Tivos', Xboxs', Tons of PCs, a few embedded gizmos, and even a Western Digital TV now. I had to toss my 1TB external HDD on my WDTV as I migrated all of my media over to that to free up space on a smaller drive to replace it in RAID, or at least duplicate copies of my files.
This is an external drive and used only when needed, unfortunately when I had powered down to migrate it to another computer, as the platters spun down the spindle bearings decided to seize. Using my Electron Stethoscope from an earlier segment, ironically showcasing how to listen to the EMI/EMF signatures of devices, among that some Hard Drives both good and bad, I can safely assume the platters cant move. After opening the drive, yes I know how bad that can be, but I think I know what I am doing, I tried to move the platters and frankly, I hate being right so often. Want to hear the pain and bane of my life? Check this out...
Sound Byte of whats been going on.
We have been working on a new BSoD release, but it will have to wait a little while longer until I can redo all the new BSoD v3 Graphics and animations, find archives of the software I use for producing final episodes and such. I even got a new computer to handle the higher 'quality' of production just for this task, but now don't have an OS to put on it as all my ISOs of them are fouled and begone. Be patient. We are not dead, just having a really shit run of luck lately.