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From: Duane Hebert on 17 May 2010 06:16
"Rob" <nomail(a)example.com> wrote in message
> Duane Hebert <spoo(a)flarn2.com> wrote:
> Had he used a decent newsreader, he could view the original article at
> a click of the mouse (or a key on the keyboard), so why bother insisting
> on quoting the original?
> But he almost threatens those that do not do it his way.
> He must have a lot of people in his killfile, or he enjoys posting his
> boilerplates a lot. Often does it happen that a question has already
> been answered and the OP has confirmed success, but still he adds a
> asking about the exact version numbers of windows and internet explorer...
> I think you are right, killfiling may be a good idea.
It sucks that this seems to be the only place to get any support. If you
for "IE8 not connecting" you get lots of hits and you can see the level of
when people get the same nonsense answers.
My favorite is the suggestion to wipe the hard drive and reinstall
I can't imagine telling my customers something like that.
Besides, the problem goes away by uninstalling only IE8. IE7 doesn't have
Nor does Firefox.
Anyway, maybe someone will stumble on a fix and post it here.
From: PA Bear [MS MVP] on 17 May 2010 13:14
[But he's plonked me so...]
Duane Hebert wrote:
> It sucks that this seems to be the only place to get any support.
From: Tom Willett on 17 May 2010 14:04
He's another one on the Hooplehead list.
"PA Bear [MS MVP]" <PABearMVP(a)gmail.com> wrote in message
: [But he's plonked me so...]
: Duane Hebert wrote:
: > It sucks that this seems to be the only place to get any support.