Re: Partition Table (MBR)



Zvi Netiv
07-09-2005, 11:49 PM
"Vanguard" <Vangu@rd.invalid> wrote:

> "Wards" <michael_wardley@hotmail.com> wrote in message
> news:42acaea7$0$41935$ed2619ec@ptn-nntp-reader03.plus.net...
> > When I run AVG ' scan system areas' it tells me the Partition Table
> > (MBR)
> > has changed every time.
> > It doesn't say there is anything wrong ....
> > Kaspersky gives the all clear, as does all the online virus checkers I
> > can
> > find.
> > Am I worring unduely please ?
>
> See replies to your same post submitted to a different group (you'll
> have to remember what it was). When posting the same message (to
> related groups), do not multipost separate copies of your message. This
> disconnects respondents in one group from seeing what replies have
> already been submitted in another group. Multiposting also wastes
> duplicate disk space for a copy of the same message which isn't much on
> one server but remember that your post is getting distributed worldwide
> so the aggregate disk space used is much larger. Crosspost instead
> (post the same message to multiple groups). Then the replies are seen
> in all the groups and you post just one copy of the message with links
> to it from each group.

Amen!

Vanguard
07-09-2005, 11:49 PM
"Zvi Netiv" <support@replace_with_domain.com> wrote in message
news:jakqa11os0cl7t0qb5rv6jgonhf3kcdtsp@4ax.com...
> "Vanguard" <Vangu@rd.invalid> wrote:
>
>> "Wards" <michael_wardley@hotmail.com> wrote in message
>> news:42acaea7$0$41935$ed2619ec@ptn-nntp-reader03.plus.net...
>> > When I run AVG ' scan system areas' it tells me the Partition Table
>> > (MBR)
>> > has changed every time.
>> > It doesn't say there is anything wrong ....
>> > Kaspersky gives the all clear, as does all the online virus
>> > checkers I
>> > can
>> > find.
>> > Am I worring unduely please ?
>>
>> See replies to your same post submitted to a different group (you'll
>> have to remember what it was). When posting the same message (to
>> related groups), do not multipost separate copies of your message.
>> This
>> disconnects respondents in one group from seeing what replies have
>> already been submitted in another group. Multiposting also wastes
>> duplicate disk space for a copy of the same message which isn't much
>> on
>> one server but remember that your post is getting distributed
>> worldwide
>> so the aggregate disk space used is much larger. Crosspost instead
>> (post the same message to multiple groups). Then the replies are
>> seen
>> in all the groups and you post just one copy of the message with
>> links
>> to it from each group.
>
> Amen!


I just figure Wards is a newbie to Usenet and didn't think about
crossposting or didn't know he could do it. However, since he is using
Forte Agent as his newsreader, maybe he really isn't that much of a
newbie.

Zvi Netiv
07-09-2005, 11:49 PM
"Vanguard" <Vangu@rd.invalid> wrote:
> "Zvi Netiv" <support@replace_with_domain.com> wrote in message
> >> "Wards" <michael_wardley@hotmail.com> wrote in message
> >> news:42acaea7$0$41935$ed2619ec@ptn-nntp-reader03.plus.net...

> >> > When I run AVG ' scan system areas' it tells me the Partition Table (MBR)
> >> > has changed every time.
> >> > It doesn't say there is anything wrong ....
> >> > Kaspersky gives the all clear, as does all the online virus checkers I can find.
> >> > Am I worring unduely please ?
> >>
> >> See replies to your same post submitted to a different group (you'll
> >> have to remember what it was). When posting the same message (to
> >> related groups), do not multipost separate copies of your message. This
> >> disconnects respondents in one group from seeing what replies have
> >> already been submitted in another group. Multiposting also wastes
> >> duplicate disk space for a copy of the same message which isn't much on
> >> one server but remember that your post is getting distributed worldwide
> >> so the aggregate disk space used is much larger. Crosspost instead
> >> (post the same message to multiple groups). Then the replies are seen
> >> in all the groups and you post just one copy of the message with links
> >> to it from each group.
> >
> > Amen!
>
> I just figure Wards is a newbie to Usenet and didn't think about
> crossposting or didn't know he could do it. However, since he is using
> Forte Agent as his newsreader, maybe he really isn't that much of a
> newbie.

The one that uses Forte Agent is me, which is what may have confused you. :)
Ward and yourself use Outlook Express 6. ;)

Cheers


Re: Partition Table (MBR)