Re: New Motherboard and XP activation



uggabugga
07-09-2005, 10:10 PM
Whatever. I never claimed to be an expert. Just offering suggestions. All I
ever see from you is nasty comments to others. I'll bet everyone loves
working with you. I'll bet that's how you treat you users. Everyone is a
moron except for you. Brainiac. Who the heck would even use a word like that?
So, you insult people and resort to name calling because of something you
read on the Internet. Get a Life...............

Let's just review a few of your past unbelievably rude responses.

How the bloody hell should we know? You're the one sitting in front of your
computer!

The dummy should contact the application's developer, not the developer of
the operating system...

Lose the caps. It's considered yelling, is incredibly rude and makes your
posts very hard to read.

Now you're an expert on being rude too.......................................

And that's only what I could find in 13 seconds. I'll look through them all
and post them later.

Ever hear of Anger Management? How many times have you been divorced?

I can't believe that they made you an MVP. Oh yeah your just an angry whore.
--
That's just like my opinion, Man........


"Miss Perspicacia Tick" wrote:

> uggabugga wrote:
> > You should still try activating over the internet. If that fails call
> > them and explain what happened omitting the generic mb info. If all
> > else fails, buy a new XP if you have $300 orn buy a Linux CD.
>
>
> Now, I wonder why Ron is the MVP and not you...? Could it possibly have
> something to do with the fact that he knows what he's talking about and you
> don't? On a BIOS locked system there will *BE* no activation wizard because
> it's not required as the installation is tied to that particular
> motherboard. Without the wizard, how's he supposed to activate online (or
> over the phone for that matter) brainiac?
>
> Please don't give out misleading information.
>
>
>
> --
> In memory of MS MVP Alex Nichol: http://www.dts-l.org/
>
>
>

T. Waters
07-09-2005, 10:10 PM
You delude yourself if you think Tick has a job!
He/she/it lives with Mum and Dad.

uggabugga wrote:
> Whatever. I never claimed to be an expert. Just offering suggestions.
> All I ever see from you is nasty comments to others. I'll bet
> everyone loves working with you. I'll bet that's how you treat you
> users. Everyone is a moron except for you. Brainiac. Who the heck
> would even use a word like that? So, you insult people and resort to
> name calling because of something you read on the Internet. Get a
> Life...............
>
> Let's just review a few of your past unbelievably rude responses.
>
> How the bloody hell should we know? You're the one sitting in front
> of your computer!
>
> The dummy should contact the application's developer, not the
> developer of the operating system...
>
> Lose the caps. It's considered yelling, is incredibly rude and makes
> your posts very hard to read.
>
> Now you're an expert on being rude
> too.......................................
>
> And that's only what I could find in 13 seconds. I'll look through
> them all and post them later.
>
> Ever hear of Anger Management? How many times have you been divorced?
>
> I can't believe that they made you an MVP. Oh yeah your just an angry
> whore.
>
>> uggabugga wrote:
>>> You should still try activating over the internet. If that fails
>>> call them and explain what happened omitting the generic mb info.
>>> If all else fails, buy a new XP if you have $300 orn buy a Linux CD.
>>
>>
>> Now, I wonder why Ron is the MVP and not you...? Could it possibly
>> have something to do with the fact that he knows what he's talking
>> about and you don't? On a BIOS locked system there will *BE* no
>> activation wizard because it's not required as the installation is
>> tied to that particular motherboard. Without the wizard, how's he
>> supposed to activate online (or over the phone for that matter)
>> brainiac?
>>
>> Please don't give out misleading information.
>>
>>
>>
>> --
>> In memory of MS MVP Alex Nichol: http://www.dts-l.org/


Re: New Motherboard and XP activation