Last night, I decided to get out my old computer, which has all of my photos from before 2009. There are a couple thousand pictures on that laptop, including those from my climb of Mt. Fuji, Oyama, and Takaosan, as well as from Odawara, Atami, lots from Kamakura, Yokohama, and Tokyo. And then there’s the early train station neighbourhood exploration. Well, the computer started up okay, and I went into the folders for the photos. I was planning to transfer them all to my current computer. However, as I was checking something about memory, I got a BSOD, a Blue Screen of Death. What happened? I’ve had BSODs before from using too much memory, but this was different. This time, \WINDOWS\system32\config\SYSTEM is corrupt. To fix it, I could use a Windows XP CD, which my computer didn’t come with. I don’t have one. The other option is to pull out my hard drive and use it as an external drive. I think that’s what I’m going to have to do to save my photos. Hopefully, it’ll be successful. I don’t know when I’ll be doing it, though. This is just very frustrating.