The real reason was to see if there was any trace of my old Sony Movies studio 10 serial to see if I can get Vegas working, but to no avail. Incidentally don't bother with a crack as they are all stuffed with trojan's, had to clear a nasty dwm. Virus that spammed windows messages at the rate of knots. Will still need to see if Vista is clean on the old machine I loaded it in (of course its not coming within an inch of my new laptop). It comes to something you have to pirate something you legitimately own to get running.
To be honest It's still not found and am considering looking at Free equivalents including Davinci Resolve a pro product for free. Incidentally if you want something to test that new graphics card to the fullest and have room to install it (its 512 GB unpacked, no seriously) then have a look at the specs here.
Anyway stuff found includes several old instruction manuals for old games including Parodius from Palcom*, various bits and bobs, empty CD cases and stuff and a set of old snooker balls that were kept at my nan's. I did blog about this before as I was quite the snooker nut as a kid, indeed I turned up a signed photo of Steve Davis circa 1981. Anyway we still have the actual balls for this and forgot what an actual patchwork of misshapen lumps they were.
|One or two of these were beads.|
|That's no moon|
The most awesome thing actually was the most unexpected, a letter from my granddad from 1987, tucked in among my folders. A few lines about sending a cheque down to my mum and how my plants are doing. That was enough to get me tearing up, and I'm man enough to admit that my granddad was cool.
*Incidentally from what I could see there's a repro manual online with Ultra games stamped on it but this is strictly a Japanese / European release so that's a mystery. I'll leave you with a shot of all the bosses including a few sub bosses too.
|Ghost Madam of Yotsuya Q is a mystery.|