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1you can also consider posting a digest of a number of interesting questions with commentary and followup -- see what Sam did here samsaffron.com/archive/2010/08/05/…– Jeff AtwoodJan 12, 2011 at 8:38
While replacing a mainboard in a desktop machine (see related question), I did something stupid. I inserted the CPU into the new mainboard, but didn't check for the right position. When it didn't immediately lock in, I pressed slightly before realizing what was wrong. The result was a number of bent pins.
Definitely one of the more Super User-ish questions that I've seen :-)
For what are the windows A:\ and B:\ drives used for?
In Windows you have a C:\ drive and everything beyond that is labeld with the following letter. So your second drive is D:\, your dvd is E:\ and if you put in a usb stick it becomes F:\ and the following drive G:\ and so on.
But then, what and where are A:\ and B:\ ?
A good question that I myself didn't know the answer right away...
3You must feel so young right now ;-P Jan 11, 2011 at 23:28
2Hey I remember using them.... as what I thought were Frisbee's when I was 4... Jan 11, 2011 at 23:34
@IvoFlipse I feel old D: (And I'm not) =(– PylsaJan 12, 2011 at 0:23
Awesome people never used A:\ and B:\, they used DF0: and DF1: =]– cc0May 3, 2011 at 12:47
Some people blew PSU's while formatting DF0: and DF1: and DF2: and DF3: at the same time.– HennesJan 10, 2013 at 23:33