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Year View| Summary| Highlights| Month View| Tuesday 17 April 2001 (Day View) – DVD drive arrives

17.04.2001Tuesday 17 April – DVD drive arrives

I went to town with Mum and Sarah. We stayed in town all day as Mum was taking Sarah kickboxing. My DVD Drive was at the post office. I went up to Mathew’s and borrowed his BBC “The Planets” DVD set. I also hired “Gone in 60 Seconds” (DVD) from the video shop. I got a lift home with Bob and installed the DVD drive straight away. The install seemed to work without any problems. Mum, Sarah, and I watched “Gone in 60 Seconds”. It is slightly jerky but seems to work well. There is a problem with the display driver, however this seems to be a general windows problem as I have it in many other instances as well. Probably the nvdisp.drv file?
Everyday I beat my own previous record for number of consecutive days I’ve stayed alive.

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