I just got a nice Samsung EVO 850 SSD, and therefore got the chance to remove two spinning disks from my PC. But in order to make this happen, I had to move Windows to the SSD I had in my PC already. So I mounted the new SSD and formatted it ext4, and transferred Linux without a hitch. Then I booted up and used gparted to transfer Windows to the old SSD I'd just vacated, and it wouldn't boot. I thought these problems were over? I used my Linux install (with vmware player) to fix the problem just as I had used it (with gparted) to copy Windows from one volume to another.
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Random Drinking Game
This is one that is only good for quickly getting sloshed on cheap nasty beer (the best kind). Required supplies: one analog clock with second hand, lots of beer, people with nothing better to do.
Each person chooses a number (either 1 through 12 or 1 through 60). Whenever the second hand passes a players number, s/he drinks, that simple, eh.
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