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  1. #21
    Ext User(Ken Blake) Guest

    Re: Great DELL Support

    On Sat, 14 Sep 2013 15:45:24 -0700, "Gene E. Bloch"
    <not-me@other.invalid> wrote:

    > On Sat, 14 Sep 2013 15:11:50 -0500, Pfsszxt@aol.com wrote:


    > > That's exactly the way I've written addresses for more than a decade.
    > > Two posts last week -- one from Agent (apparently came out as "multi".
    > > Another from OE (apparently came out "cross". I did nothing differently
    > > in posting the two.
    > > But, I'll let you guys worry about it. Or, jsut ignore me!!

    >
    > You're on the "ignore me" kick in a big way, I see.
    >
    > Incontrovertible evidence has already been presented in one thread
    > (which I have lost track of) that in at least one instance, you *very
    > clearly* multi-posted.



    It's useless to tell him that. Regardless of how many of us have
    explained the difference to him, or how many times we've done it, he
    still works very hard at not understanding the difference between
    cross-posting and multi-posting. Typical behavior of a troll.



  2. #22
    Ext User(Nil) Guest

    Re: Great DELL Support

    On 14 Sep 2013, "Gene E. Bloch" <not-me@other.invalid> wrote in
    alt.windows7.general:

    > Incontrovertible evidence has already been presented in one thread
    > (which I have lost track of) that in at least one instance, you
    > *very clearly* multi-posted.


    Here's another example. Three separate messages with the same content,
    posted to separate groups several minutes apart, all with different
    message IDs.

    Is this Valorie with a gender change? Or is it a brand new trainwreck?

    ==========

    Subject: Beware of latest Versoipn of Free AVG
    From: Pfsszxt@aol.com
    Newsgroups: alt.comp.os.windows-8
    Date: Mon, 02 Sep 2013 15:49:03 -0500
    Message-ID: <jcu92990vgir9p2fpromdfbju315r6vpek@4ax.com>

    Subject: Beware of latest version of free AVG
    From: Pfsszxt@aol.com
    Newsgroups: alt.windows-xp
    Date: Mon, 02 Sep 2013 15:55:31 -0500
    Message-ID: <cou9291b3vv09dstvglhkmidat8mim59ij@4ax.com>

    Subject: Beware of latest version of Free AVG
    From: Pfsszxt@aol.com
    Newsgroups: alt.windows7.general
    Date: Mon, 02 Sep 2013 16:00:27 -0500
    Message-ID: <22v92999iqh4ik5cidqn46t3ie25csqjm9@4ax.com>

  3. #23
    Ext User() Guest

    Re: Great DELL Support


    "Gene E. Bloch" <not-me@other.invalid> wrote in message
    news:1lh418bbrenra.dlg@stumbler1907.invalid...
    > On Sat, 14 Sep 2013 15:11:50 -0500, Pfsszxt@aol.com wrote:
    > Incontrovertible evidence has already been presented in one thread
    > (which I have lost track of) that in at least one instance, you *very
    > clearly* multi-posted.


    I've been told that at least half a dozen times --- I'm not questioning
    it. As I keep saying over and over -- will someone tell me how to
    post differently . I have for nearly two decades (using Free Agent)
    I have posted exactly the same way --- In the "newsgroups" line I
    list the groups as a comma-separated list, write the post and click send.
    That has apparently been producing "multi" postings or so I'm told --
    over and over again --.
    This past week, I used OE for a posting --- listed the groups in exactly
    the same way and it, I'm told, came out as a "cross" posting. I did
    nothing differently. So why don't you explain the "correct" process
    to me!



  4. #24
    Ext User(dadiOH) Guest

    Re: Great DELL Support

    <Pfsszxt@aol.com> wrote in message
    news:l14but$8r0$1@speranza.aioe.org
    > "Gene E. Bloch" <not-me@other.invalid> wrote in message
    > news:1lh418bbrenra.dlg@stumbler1907.invalid...
    > > On Sat, 14 Sep 2013 15:11:50 -0500, Pfsszxt@aol.com
    > > wrote: Incontrovertible evidence has already been
    > > presented in one thread (which I have lost track of)
    > > that in at least one instance, you *very clearly*
    > > multi-posted.

    >
    > I've been told that at least half a dozen times --- I'm
    > not questioning it. As I keep saying over and over --
    > will someone tell me how to post differently . I have for nearly two
    > decades (using
    > Free Agent) I have posted exactly the same way --- In the
    > "newsgroups" line I list the groups as a comma-separated list, write the
    > post
    > and click send. That has apparently been producing
    > "multi" postings or so I'm told -- over and over again --.
    > This past week, I used OE for a posting --- listed the
    > groups in exactly the same way and it, I'm told, came out
    > as a "cross" posting. I did nothing differently. So why
    > don't you explain the "correct" process to me!


    What you do IS the correct process. No idea why you have problems with
    Agent, others don't seem to.

    --

    dadiOH
    ____________________________

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    Taxes out of hand? Maybe just ready for a change?
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  5. #25
    Ext User() Guest

    Re: Great DELL Support

    On Thu, 12 Sep 2013 10:58:55 -0500, <Pfsszxt@aol.com> wrote:

    > Off topic --- I know ---
    >
    > I read in one of these groups that, upon request, DELL
    >would send a new-computer owner a "recover and
    >restore" flash drive --- just to have in case of later need.
    > So I got live support in India or wherever. I asked
    >for the recovery thing and a guy with very pooor English
    >said he's send me one. No reasons were asked for.
    > Late the next afternoon, he called me at home! He asked
    >if I had the drive yet --I didn't --but he said it would be
    >to me by 6 p.m. It was! By FedEx overnight!
    > But alas it was 32bit so I called again and another tech
    >said she'd send the correct 64 bit material.
    > The next day the first guy called me again at home!
    >He apologized for sending the wrong one before and again
    >told me the new one would arrive by 6 p.m. It did --
    >again by overnight FedEx.
    > How's that for technical support!.
    >
    >
    >
    >


    Dell may have good tech support, but you'll pay for it if you have to
    buy replacement parts. They have parts that are specific to that
    computer and only Dell makes and sells them. Just a simple CPU fan for
    one of their computers, which was made around 2008, cost close to $100
    with shipping. The motherboard controls that fan, and the mounting is
    not just some screws. You're forced to buy their own fan. Luckily I
    was able to find a working used one on Ebay for around $25. For that
    reason, I avoid Dell!


  6. #26
    Ext User(Paladin) Guest

    Re: Great DELL Support

    On 2013-09-15, 36689264822@online.com <36689264822@online.com> wrote:
    > On Thu, 12 Sep 2013 10:58:55 -0500, <Pfsszxt@aol.com> wrote:
    >
    >> Off topic --- I know ---
    >>
    >> I read in one of these groups that, upon request, DELL
    >>would send a new-computer owner a "recover and
    >>restore" flash drive --- just to have in case of later need.
    >> So I got live support in India or wherever. I asked
    >>for the recovery thing and a guy with very pooor English
    >>said he's send me one. No reasons were asked for.
    >> Late the next afternoon, he called me at home! He asked
    >>if I had the drive yet --I didn't --but he said it would be
    >>to me by 6 p.m. It was! By FedEx overnight!
    >> But alas it was 32bit so I called again and another tech
    >>said she'd send the correct 64 bit material.
    >> The next day the first guy called me again at home!
    >>He apologized for sending the wrong one before and again
    >>told me the new one would arrive by 6 p.m. It did --
    >>again by overnight FedEx.
    >> How's that for technical support!.
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >>

    >
    > Dell may have good tech support, but you'll pay for it if you have to
    > buy replacement parts. They have parts that are specific to that
    > computer and only Dell makes and sells them. Just a simple CPU fan for
    > one of their computers, which was made around 2008, cost close to $100
    > with shipping. The motherboard controls that fan, and the mounting is
    > not just some screws. You're forced to buy their own fan. Luckily I
    > was able to find a working used one on Ebay for around $25. For that
    > reason, I avoid Dell!
    >


    They used to sell gimped hardware.
    My last Dell was an XPS 600, gimped MB(nForce4x16), gimped SB X Music.
    Gimped means lack of functionality from the exact same retail component.

    They may have improved since then, but $2600 for a "gimped" PC will have
    one building their own in no time.

    And, a guy from India named Joe that speaks broken Inglish and has you
    checking if it's plugged in gets old.

    And, Like You Said ... component lock in was prevelent.

    --
    IBM Pollyanna Principle:
    Machines should work. People should think.

  7. #27
    Ext User(Gene E. Bloch) Guest

    Re: Great DELL Support

    On Sun, 15 Sep 2013 08:16:16 -0500, Pfsszxt@aol.com wrote:

    > "Gene E. Bloch" <not-me@other.invalid> wrote in message
    > news:1lh418bbrenra.dlg@stumbler1907.invalid...
    >> On Sat, 14 Sep 2013 15:11:50 -0500, Pfsszxt@aol.com wrote:
    >> Incontrovertible evidence has already been presented in one thread
    >> (which I have lost track of) that in at least one instance, you *very
    >> clearly* multi-posted.

    >
    > I've been told that at least half a dozen times --- I'm not questioning
    > it. As I keep saying over and over -- will someone tell me how to
    > post differently . I have for nearly two decades (using Free Agent)
    > I have posted exactly the same way --- In the "newsgroups" line I
    > list the groups as a comma-separated list, write the post and click send.
    > That has apparently been producing "multi" postings or so I'm told --
    > over and over again --.
    > This past week, I used OE for a posting --- listed the groups in exactly
    > the same way and it, I'm told, came out as a "cross" posting. I did
    > nothing differently. So why don't you explain the "correct" process
    > to me!


    There's no need to repost the same information that has been posted a
    few times and that you have described as your method.

    But from this vantage point I find it hard to know what you are really
    doing.

    One thought, though. Reinstall your newsreader - or did you try that
    already? The length of this thread exceeds my buffering capacity.

    --
    Gene E. Bloch (Stumbling Bloch)

  8. #28
    Ext User(Gene E. Bloch) Guest

    Re: Great DELL Support

    On Sun, 15 Sep 2013 10:52:48 -0400, dadiOH wrote:

    > <Pfsszxt@aol.com> wrote in message
    > news:l14but$8r0$1@speranza.aioe.org
    >> "Gene E. Bloch" <not-me@other.invalid> wrote in message
    >> news:1lh418bbrenra.dlg@stumbler1907.invalid...
    >>> On Sat, 14 Sep 2013 15:11:50 -0500, Pfsszxt@aol.com
    >>> wrote: Incontrovertible evidence has already been
    >>> presented in one thread (which I have lost track of)
    >>> that in at least one instance, you *very clearly*
    >>> multi-posted.

    >>
    >> I've been told that at least half a dozen times --- I'm
    >> not questioning it. As I keep saying over and over --
    >> will someone tell me how to post differently . I have for nearly two
    >> decades (using
    >> Free Agent) I have posted exactly the same way --- In the
    >> "newsgroups" line I list the groups as a comma-separated list, write the
    >> post
    >> and click send. That has apparently been producing
    >> "multi" postings or so I'm told -- over and over again --.
    >> This past week, I used OE for a posting --- listed the
    >> groups in exactly the same way and it, I'm told, came out
    >> as a "cross" posting. I did nothing differently. So why
    >> don't you explain the "correct" process to me!

    >
    > What you do IS the correct process. No idea why you have problems with
    > Agent, others don't seem to.


    At least, what he *says* he does is the correct process.

    If that is what he's doing, then I agree with you, but we have no real
    proof or (mostly) any disproof of that.

    --
    Gene E. Bloch (Stumbling Bloch)

  9. #29
    Ext User(Nil) Guest

    Re: Great DELL Support

    On 15 Sep 2013, 36689264822@online.com wrote in
    alt.windows7.general:

    > Dell may have good tech support, but you'll pay for it if you have
    > to buy replacement parts. They have parts that are specific to
    > that computer and only Dell makes and sells them.


    I believe that's true for just about every brand name laptop or
    portable PC. Not just Dell. They all use custom, non-standard parts.

  10. #30
    Ext User(Char Jackson) Guest

    Re: Great DELL Support

    On Sat, 14 Sep 2013 14:05:03 -0500, <Pfsszxt@aol.com> wrote:

    >
    >"Ken Blake" <kblake@kb.invalid> wrote in message
    >news:hrd6391ofglorcnn454uai5ql8pkor1nn4@4ax.com.. .
    >> On Thu, 12 Sep 2013 16:01:30 -0700, "Gene E. Bloch"
    >> <not-me@other.invalid> wrote:
    >>
    >>> Either Agent doesn't do cross-posting, or it uses a different method or
    >>> syntax than you tried. I'm surprised no one who uses it has offered
    >>> advice, but maybe no one uses it any more :-)

    >>
    >>
    >> I use Agent, and many others here also do. It does cross-posting just
    >> fine.
    >>

    > Well I don'tb have an answer --- I'v posted the same way for at least
    >a decade --- with "to" simply a comma separated list.
    > Always folks tell me that's multi-posting.


    Highly doubtful, since what you just described is clearly crossposting.



  11. #31
    Ext User(charlie) Guest

    Re: Great DELL Support

    Getting back to Dell Support, for whatever it's worth.
    Several years ago, I was working for A DOD contractor that ordered new
    Dell Desktops. Mine was ordered and configured to support two displays.
    Dell shipped two displays with the same model number and Dell P/N.
    BUT! The two displays were not identical. The LCD module was different,
    the displays were made in two different Chinese factories, and did not
    have the same color characteristics. It was impossible to properly
    "color correct" the two such that they matched. At that time, the
    process to do this depended upon common video card and windows color
    correction settings, and then adjusting each display's controls.
    Since this didn't work with two different display hardware
    configurations, (Obviously) I had to contact Dell support (Several
    times, and more or less got the runaround)
    The final resolution was to send one of the displays back (It had some
    slight problems.) When all was said and done, I ended up with two
    supposedly identical displays. Unfortunately, they were the version
    that had the poorest color accuracy of the two.

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