Apparently these come up so often I had to make a category for it.
Edit: Problem resolved, no need to worry.
Ok, I crashed my Droid X. My home screen for whatever reason keeps refreshing every two seconds and I can't bring up settings without some major luck. Killing all the major tasks doesn't seem to fix the bug either.
I've tried to diagnose this issue online, but I can't find any info on this issue. [...uh $aturn?]
Going without my phone for too long is an issue so I don't have time to tinker with a fix so unfortunately
Updated 20th October 2010 at 10:04 PM by Rayne (Problem Solved)
Argh, my computer is having some serious issues and i'm limited to using my droid. If anyone's looking for me, don't worry if i'm slow to respond.
Updated 20th October 2010 at 09:14 PM by Rayne
Quasi-related. My hard drive? only 60GB with only 52GB available off a workable partition.
I've managed to always get close to quota, but how I do so without bricking is beyond me. I've worked off 1GB of free space for the better part of last year and this is how Windows congratulates me. (of course all new stuff gets handled via an external that's 5x larger than what I have, but details, details.)
The short of it, my computer is slow. [skip to the bottom if you don't feel like reading my ramblings]
What? 512MB you say, in this day and age? That's your problem right there sonny.
Well, 512MB is where I started with on this computer but I upgraded eventually. I'd hate to be running this ancient monolith of a computer on those specs. Actually, I'm running 1.2GB of RAM, but is that still really enough? No, and in fact it feels as if my computer is dependent on
Updated 20th October 2010 at 09:15 PM by Rayne
Seems I got hit by a nasty virus Sunday morning. I'll go into the details when I have a bit more time available. I'm sneaking some lab time to get this across since I don't want to take a risk on an infected computer.
I wasn't sure what has been compromised on my computer so I've done my best to reset passwords including here at bulbagarden, so everything should be safe.
That said I've got the situation mostly under control, but its a slow process. I ran malwarebytes
Updated 20th October 2010 at 09:17 PM by Rayne