|ND Unlimited Store|About|Cast|Links|Archives|E-mail|Fan Center|LJ| ND Unlimited|
There are only 2 days left in the month! Please help us reach our goal!

Spare Parts has ended. We hope you enjoyed it. Please visit our still-running comics, Namir Deiter and You Say it First
New to Spare Parts? Begin Here!!
Affiliates 
The Belfry 
The Webcomic List 
Comic Alert! 
OnlineComics.net
Comic Nation

ND Unlimited RSS v2.0


[535] Goodbye and thank you for reading!
|First| |Previous|
|New? Begin Here|
Select a story arc:

09.05.2016 - Terrence Marks:
Happy Labor Day everyone! We hope you're having a great time and meditating on the contribution that workers have made. If you have anything, a worker probably built it.

If you're not a subscriber to NamirDeiter.net last month, you missed:

  • 9 Random Tippers (ranging from pre-school to ND Tipper to N&D Tipper)
  • 7 FBAO Character classes that the cast of N&D would never want to play - Warrior Adrian, Succubus Avery, and more
  • 7 Alternate hairstyle sketches!
  • 8 Random characters! Who knows, they might be someone important later on. You never know.

As well as wallpapers, commentary (through 8/26 - we hope to have commentary up for last week's story, Magical Girl Code, real soon).
We're leading off September with End of Summer Beach Week featuring the girls of N&D. Hope you like it!
08.15.2016 - Terrence Marks:
Isabel's computer is back up and working! And I learned a few things in the process.

Like how that unlabelled partition on an OEM is the boot partiton and you need to clone that one too for anything to work. I figured it was the Windows Restore partition; I'm used to computers having the Windows installation files on another partition for safe keeping. That way, when the hard drive dies and you need to reinstall Windows on your new hard drive you're entirely outta luck.

Cloning the drive (we used EaseUs Todo Backup Free) is so much easier than reinstalling Windows, reinstalling all the programs, reconfiguring them, and getting all the data back in place.

Also, turns out Windows 7 Home Premium doesn't let you create RAID 1 arrays, where you have two disks with the same information in case one fails. So we're going to do that manually.

Finally, it's amazing how solid state drive prices have come down in the last few years. Getting her a 240MB drive cost half as much as the 120MB drive I've got in my computer. And both of them put together cost less than the 50MB drive I had in my first computer, all those years ago.

Spare Parts  is © Terrence Marks and Isabel Marks, 2003-2008. Do not distribute any images on this site without the artist's permission or without giving credit to the comic's creators (including a link back to http://www.sparepartscomics.com/). Spare Parts has been on the web since October 2003 and updates every Monday and Friday at midnight, Pacific time.