Your Missing the Point stupid



Mickey Mouse
07-10-2005, 01:55 AM
Look, I'm sorry for calling you stupid but I'm getting a bit sick and tired
about people knocking this RESET CARD. Let me make it clear I don't have
one and also have nothing to do with it's sale or manufacture or anyone
involved in it.
People say it doesn't work and don't waste your money on it. I say on what
basis can you say this, it might very well work and if it does, well, what a
blow to Microsoft's strangle hold on us users.

I don't know how many times I've had to reinstall windows and something like
this would save me heaps and heaps of time.

It would be sensible to also install antivirus, firewall programs. You can't
presume this card will afford you complete protection, an it offers NO
protection.
What it does offer is the ability to reboot to a fresh system after
something has gone wrong. Eventually, something will go wrong, so wouldn't
it be heartening to know that all I need to do is reset/reboot the computer.
It's said that any change to the system won't be there after a reboot.
So what if say after a few weeks I install something like Microsoft Office
do I have to tell the reset card not to delete it on reboot?
Also, what about the spreadsheets that I may create, will they still be
there after reboot?
What about new hardware, will the new drivers still remain?
Many questions like this should be asked instead of just knocking it. So
lets start hearing more constructive criticisms and questions.
Something like this, if it works would be worth its weight in gold as far as
I'm concerned. Even if it only reboots to a fresh OS and you still need to
reinstall drivers and applications.
I suspect that some of the knockers have an interest in Microsoft. All they
say is it's crap with no detail.

Mickey

Richard Urban
07-10-2005, 01:55 AM
Why don't you BUY it and try it? Of course you won't! You just want to
advertise it.

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You would realize that you don't know what you thought you knew!


"Mickey Mouse" <.> wrote in message
news:42ae2916$0$23960$afc38c87@news.optusnet.com.au...
> Look, I'm sorry for calling you stupid but I'm getting a bit sick and
> tired about people knocking this RESET CARD. Let me make it clear I don't
> have one and also have nothing to do with it's sale or manufacture or
> anyone involved in it.
> People say it doesn't work and don't waste your money on it. I say on
> what basis can you say this, it might very well work and if it does, well,
> what a blow to Microsoft's strangle hold on us users.
>
> I don't know how many times I've had to reinstall windows and something
> like this would save me heaps and heaps of time.
>
> It would be sensible to also install antivirus, firewall programs. You
> can't presume this card will afford you complete protection, an it offers
> NO protection.
> What it does offer is the ability to reboot to a fresh system after
> something has gone wrong. Eventually, something will go wrong, so wouldn't
> it be heartening to know that all I need to do is reset/reboot the
> computer.
> It's said that any change to the system won't be there after a reboot.
> So what if say after a few weeks I install something like Microsoft Office
> do I have to tell the reset card not to delete it on reboot?
> Also, what about the spreadsheets that I may create, will they still be
> there after reboot?
> What about new hardware, will the new drivers still remain?
> Many questions like this should be asked instead of just knocking it. So
> lets start hearing more constructive criticisms and questions.
> Something like this, if it works would be worth its weight in gold as far
> as I'm concerned. Even if it only reboots to a fresh OS and you still need
> to reinstall drivers and applications.
> I suspect that some of the knockers have an interest in Microsoft. All
> they say is it's crap with no detail.
>
> Mickey
>
>

peterk
07-10-2005, 01:55 AM
Who you talking to??


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Leythos
07-10-2005, 01:55 AM
In article <42ae2916$0$23960$afc38c87@news.optusnet.com.au>, "Mickey
Mouse" <.> says...
> Look, I'm sorry for calling you stupid but I'm getting a bit sick and tired
> about people knocking this RESET CARD. Let me make it clear I don't have
> one and also have nothing to do with it's sale or manufacture or anyone
> involved in it.
> People say it doesn't work and don't waste your money on it. I say on what
> basis can you say this, it might very well work and if it does, well, what a
> blow to Microsoft's strangle hold on us users.

Reset cards have nothing to do with Microsoft, or any other OS, they
restore an image to the drive so that it's the same as it was when the
image was made.

MS does not have any kind of strangle hold on anyone, it's up to users
to pick or not pick MS products.

A reset card is only good for public access system that requires
refreshing the install to a known clean image that does not require
updates/drivers beyond those that were setup/installed and then made
into the reset image.

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NoNoBadDog!
07-10-2005, 01:55 AM
"Mickey Mouse" <.> wrote in message
news:42ae2916$0$23960$afc38c87@news.optusnet.com.au...
> Look, I'm sorry for calling you stupid but I'm getting a bit sick and
> tired about people knocking this RESET CARD. Let me make it clear I don't
> have one and also have nothing to do with it's sale or manufacture or
> anyone involved in it.
> People say it doesn't work and don't waste your money on it. I say on
> what basis can you say this, it might very well work and if it does, well,
> what a blow to Microsoft's strangle hold on us users.
>
> I don't know how many times I've had to reinstall windows and something
> like this would save me heaps and heaps of time.
>
> It would be sensible to also install antivirus, firewall programs. You
> can't presume this card will afford you complete protection, an it offers
> NO protection.
> What it does offer is the ability to reboot to a fresh system after
> something has gone wrong. Eventually, something will go wrong, so wouldn't
> it be heartening to know that all I need to do is reset/reboot the
> computer.
> It's said that any change to the system won't be there after a reboot.
> So what if say after a few weeks I install something like Microsoft Office
> do I have to tell the reset card not to delete it on reboot?
> Also, what about the spreadsheets that I may create, will they still be
> there after reboot?
> What about new hardware, will the new drivers still remain?
> Many questions like this should be asked instead of just knocking it. So
> lets start hearing more constructive criticisms and questions.
> Something like this, if it works would be worth its weight in gold as far
> as I'm concerned. Even if it only reboots to a fresh OS and you still need
> to reinstall drivers and applications.
> I suspect that some of the knockers have an interest in Microsoft. All
> they say is it's crap with no detail.
>
> Mickey
>
>
Meanwhile, the infected computer is infecting other computers between
"reboots".
There is no logical purpose for this card. It offers nothing more than a
way to clean boot, and there are other ways that are just effective.

One question goes unanswered by everyone who tries to promote this card...
If the card is a panacea as you claim, then why is it not included in every
computer sold, or incorporated onto motherboards?
Perhaps you will step up to the plate and answer that question, but I
suspect that you will ignore it
as others have....

Bobby

Mike Hall \(MS-MVP\)
07-10-2005, 01:55 AM
Yo Mickey

I responded to your e-mail.. can't quite understand why you e-mailed me
about the magic card, unless you didn't wish to appear stupid in public..

We try to offer ways to recover computers such that everything does not have
to be re-installed.. why would we recommend a card that does what we are
trying to avoid?

If you feel that it is a good idea to reset back to day one, good for you..
do it by all means, but don't come in here telling us that it is the best
way, because it isn't..

If you have such faith in them, fit one to your own computer, and as I
suggested in the e-mail, go door to door in Sydney and make your fortune..


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Mike Hall
MVP - Windows Shell/User

"If hard work were such a wonderful thing, surely the rich would have kept
it all to themselves." - Lane Kirkland


"Mickey Mouse" <.> wrote in message
news:42ae2916$0$23960$afc38c87@news.optusnet.com.au...
> Look, I'm sorry for calling you stupid but I'm getting a bit sick and
> tired about people knocking this RESET CARD. Let me make it clear I don't
> have one and also have nothing to do with it's sale or manufacture or
> anyone involved in it.
> People say it doesn't work and don't waste your money on it. I say on
> what basis can you say this, it might very well work and if it does, well,
> what a blow to Microsoft's strangle hold on us users.
>
> I don't know how many times I've had to reinstall windows and something
> like this would save me heaps and heaps of time.
>
> It would be sensible to also install antivirus, firewall programs. You
> can't presume this card will afford you complete protection, an it offers
> NO protection.
> What it does offer is the ability to reboot to a fresh system after
> something has gone wrong. Eventually, something will go wrong, so wouldn't
> it be heartening to know that all I need to do is reset/reboot the
> computer.
> It's said that any change to the system won't be there after a reboot.
> So what if say after a few weeks I install something like Microsoft Office
> do I have to tell the reset card not to delete it on reboot?
> Also, what about the spreadsheets that I may create, will they still be
> there after reboot?
> What about new hardware, will the new drivers still remain?
> Many questions like this should be asked instead of just knocking it. So
> lets start hearing more constructive criticisms and questions.
> Something like this, if it works would be worth its weight in gold as far
> as I'm concerned. Even if it only reboots to a fresh OS and you still need
> to reinstall drivers and applications.
> I suspect that some of the knockers have an interest in Microsoft. All
> they say is it's crap with no detail.
>
> Mickey
>
>

Mike Hall \(MS-MVP\)
07-10-2005, 01:55 AM
... and thanks for the response to my e-mail.. however, I don't open
attachments from people I don't know, don't particularly like and/or don't
trust.. no deviations from this policy..


--
Mike Hall
MVP - Windows Shell/User

"If hard work were such a wonderful thing, surely the rich would have kept
it all to themselves." - Lane Kirkland


"Mike Hall (MS-MVP)" <mike.hall.mail@sympatico.ca> wrote in message
news:%23gVWpPJcFHA.3488@tk2msftngp13.phx.gbl...
> Yo Mickey
>
> I responded to your e-mail.. can't quite understand why you e-mailed me
> about the magic card, unless you didn't wish to appear stupid in public..
>
> We try to offer ways to recover computers such that everything does not
> have to be re-installed.. why would we recommend a card that does what we
> are trying to avoid?
>
> If you feel that it is a good idea to reset back to day one, good for
> you.. do it by all means, but don't come in here telling us that it is the
> best way, because it isn't..
>
> If you have such faith in them, fit one to your own computer, and as I
> suggested in the e-mail, go door to door in Sydney and make your fortune..
>
>
> --
> Mike Hall
> MVP - Windows Shell/User
>
> "If hard work were such a wonderful thing, surely the rich would have kept
> it all to themselves." - Lane Kirkland
>
>
> "Mickey Mouse" <.> wrote in message
> news:42ae2916$0$23960$afc38c87@news.optusnet.com.au...
>> Look, I'm sorry for calling you stupid but I'm getting a bit sick and
>> tired about people knocking this RESET CARD. Let me make it clear I
>> don't have one and also have nothing to do with it's sale or manufacture
>> or anyone involved in it.
>> People say it doesn't work and don't waste your money on it. I say on
>> what basis can you say this, it might very well work and if it does,
>> well, what a blow to Microsoft's strangle hold on us users.
>>
>> I don't know how many times I've had to reinstall windows and something
>> like this would save me heaps and heaps of time.
>>
>> It would be sensible to also install antivirus, firewall programs. You
>> can't presume this card will afford you complete protection, an it offers
>> NO protection.
>> What it does offer is the ability to reboot to a fresh system after
>> something has gone wrong. Eventually, something will go wrong, so
>> wouldn't it be heartening to know that all I need to do is reset/reboot
>> the computer.
>> It's said that any change to the system won't be there after a reboot.
>> So what if say after a few weeks I install something like Microsoft
>> Office do I have to tell the reset card not to delete it on reboot?
>> Also, what about the spreadsheets that I may create, will they still be
>> there after reboot?
>> What about new hardware, will the new drivers still remain?
>> Many questions like this should be asked instead of just knocking it. So
>> lets start hearing more constructive criticisms and questions.
>> Something like this, if it works would be worth its weight in gold as far
>> as I'm concerned. Even if it only reboots to a fresh OS and you still
>> need to reinstall drivers and applications.
>> I suspect that some of the knockers have an interest in Microsoft. All
>> they say is it's crap with no detail.
>>
>> Mickey
>>
>>
>
>


Your Missing the Point stupid