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Star Trek: Windows: The XP Generation

Unread postby fleamailman » March 8th, 2006, 5:15 pm

Star Trek: Windows: The XP Generation

WORF: Captain, there are three Romulan warships uncloaking dead ahead.

PICARD: On screen.

[The main viewing screen changes to a pattern of horizontal lines,
each only a single pixel wide.]

PICARD: Data, what's wrong here?

DATA: Captain, the main viewscreen does not have sufficient video
memory to display an image of this size. May I suggest that you
select a lower resolution?

PICARD: Make it so.

[The screen blanks, and then an image appears, with big, blocky
square pixels. Three objects appear in the center, which could be
Romulan warbirds, but which actually look more like the aliens in
Space Invaders.]

PICARD: Data, open a hailing channel to the Romulans.

DATA: Aye, sir.

[Data picks up an hourglass from the floor beside him, turns it
over, and places it on the console in front of him. He punches some
buttons on the console and sits motionless for several seconds. A
flash of light blossoms from one of the Romulan ships on the

WORF: Incoming plasma torpedo, Captain!

PICARD: Shields up!

DATA: I'm sorry, Captain, but I am still attempting to complete
your last instruction. I must ask you to wait until I have finished
before you issue your next command.

PICARD: What on earth do you mean? Data, this is *important*! I
want those shields up *right now*.

DATA: I'm sorry, Captain, but I am still attempting to complete
your last instruction. I must ask you to wait until I have finished
before you issue your next command.

LAFORGE: Allow me, captain. [to Data] Control-alt-delete, Data.

[Data removes the hourglass from the console, and returns it to the

DATA: The Romulans are not responding to my hails. Press my nose
to cancel and return to Windows. Pull my left ear to close this
communications channel which is not responding. You will lose any
information sent by the Romulans.

[LaForge pulls Data's left ear.]

PICARD: Shields...

[There is a tremendous explosion. The bridge shakes violently, and
all the crew members are thrown to the floor. A shower of sparks
erupts from Wesley Crusher's station at the helm, throwing Wesley
back away from the console.]

PICARD: Up, Data!

DATA: Aye, sir.

RIKER: All decks, damage report!

WORF: Captain, Ensign Crusher is injured. He appears to be unconscious.

[Data picks up the hourglass again, places it on his console, and
punches some more buttons. He waits a few seconds, then puts the
hourglass back on the floor.]

DATA: Shields are now up, captain.

PICARD: And not a moment too soon. Worf, lock all phasers on the
lead Romulan ship.

WORF: Aye, sir. [He punches buttons on the weapons console.]

PICARD: Mr. Data, take the helm, and prepare for evasive action.

DATA: I am sorry, sir, but I do not have the proper device driver
installed for that console.

PICARD: Well, damn it, install the right one.

DATA: Please insert Setup Implant #1 in my right nostril.

PICARD: Number One, where do we keep Data's setup implants?

RIKER: I left them with Geordi.

LAFORGE: [in a surprised voice] What!!? I thought you still had them!

PICARD: Data, don't you have device drivers stored in your
internal memory?

DATA: Not found, sir. Please insert Setup Implant #1 in my right

PICARD: Data, I don't *have* Setup Implant #1.

DATA: Not ready reading right nostril. Abort, Retry, Fail?

PICARD: Abort!

DATA: Not ready reading right nostril. Abort, Retry, Fail?

PICARD: Well, fail, then!

DATA: Current nose is no longer valid.

[Data walks over to the helm, and presses several buttons. The
ship lurches, the images of the Romulan warships suddenly shift to
one side of the viewscreen, and a high-pitched whining noise is
heard coming from somewhere else in the ship.]

LAFORGE: [alarmed] Data, what the hell are you doing?

PICARD: Number One, do we have a customer service number for Data?

RIKER: Yes sir, but last time I tried to call them, I got put on
hold for two hours before I was able to talk to anyone. And that
person wasn't knowledgeable about androids of Data's model. She
specialized in industrial control robots.

[Suddenly, the lights all go out, the viewscreen goes blank, and
all the usual noise of fans, motors, and so on whines to a halt.
After a few seconds, the red emergency lights come on. Data is
standing by the console, absolutely motionless.]

PICARD: What's going on?

LAFORGE: [checking the helm console] Lieutenant Data has caused a
General Protection Violation in the warp engine core.

PICARD: These androids look really sharp, but you can't really do
anything with them.

[The shimmer of the transporter effect appears, and six Romulans in
full battle dress materialize on the bridge. A seventh figure, a
Ferengi, appears moments later.]

FERENGI: [with a mercenary grin] Can I interest you in a
Macintosh, Captain?
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