After suffering a long streak of "everything breaks" a few months ago, I'm apparently on "to-do list keeps on growing" streak now. No matter how little I sleep and spend on time trying to go thru that list, things jump onto that list in a second I try to make it shorter. I need a vacation badly! Even while I'm retired... and obviously that list would keep on growing exponentionally while I try to relax. For example, I (still) have HP XE3 open at my work table. I got it ready to assembly, but a friend brought a computer to fix... and put it to same table before I realized what was happening. Needless to say, all the gazillion screws spilled all over. Now i don't just have to assembly that notebook. I have to find (rest of) the screws and decide which belongs to where. And it's still not guaranteed that this notebook lives thru the "operation" which lies ahead of it... Sometimes weird things happen. Like when I recently bought 2*2GB RAM and installed them to this computer. Until now, I never bothered to check if all went smoothly and now i see something is not quite right. Previously I had 2*1GB installed and there were no problems. After adding new RAM XP somehow sees only 2.5GB. Yes, I'm aware of memory limits of XP and because of that, I expected XP would see something from 3.25GB to 3.75GB. I'd say there's 0.5-1GB still missing, as GFX card has on-board 512MB. So now I have additional task ahead for finding the reason for this. I just don't have the patience for it right now, so I'll add it to the list. My planned smooth transition from XP to Win7 is looking bleaker every day... I could go on and on, but I really wonder: Where do people find all the free time, as obviously day is too short with just 24 hours? Perhaps someone is using hours from my days to make enough time to themselves? If so, shame on you, whoever is the guilty one!