> *Editied for content ;)*
> Dear Cassandra/Amethyst,
> I don't understand why you post. Too often you are rude
> and not helpful at all
> Here's what I mean:
> -Lines marked with an * are part of the original post.
> -My comments are in brackets
> *felix figueroa wrote:
> *> I was just wondering what the blue hilighted text meant
> *> when im looking in my folders...recently modified?
> *It means that, in the time it took you to compose this
> post you could have
> *searched the group and found your answer.
> (WTF is your problem, if he wants to post, then that's
> his choice. I WOULD agree with you, if I had seen this
> question repeadily posted)
> *William wrote:
> *> You probably registered your copy but did not activate,
> *> it is two different things, maybe you should just give
> *> a try and activate or activate again, otherwise contact
> *> microsoft.
> *Err, no. If she had merely registered, but not
> activated, then she would not
> *receive an "already activated" message. She is not
> seeing the activation
> *box, so how can she activate. Do you actually read
> questions before
> *responding, or do you just post the first thing that
> pops into your head?
> (Talk about being b***hy)
> *Rat Garton wrote:
> *> when I go on line no matter ware after I have finished
> and wish to
> *> close down I can not I have use windows task manager
> and that
> *> struggles to close it down any I deas to solve this
> prob I am a
> *> complete novice so if you can help please try to keep
> it simple ty
> *Please come back after you have attended those remedial
> English classes
> *especially the ones dealing with sentence construction
> and punctuation. I am
> *not even going to bother to decipher that until you
> insert some proper
> (You may have a point, but if you're not going to answer
> his question, then don't post. Let the people who will
> spend the 5 seconds to try to understand what he's saying
> help him)
> *Linda wrote:
> *> have upgraded msn messenger and cant get it to work,
> *> my old version. Also my system restore will not work
> *> XP. Any advice?
> *Please read [url]http://www.dts-l.org/goodpost.htm[/url] and learn
> how to submit a good
> *post. When you have read it, follow the advice and post
> (Once again, if you're not going to answer her question,
> then don't post. Let the people who will spend the 5
> seconds to try to understand what she's saying help her)
> *Bruce Chambers wrote:
> *> Greetings --
> *> Sure. Rename or delete the C:\Boot.ini file, and
> the PC will have
> *> problems booting. This is what you want to happen, or
> else you
> *> wouldn't have asked, right?
> *> Bruce Chambers
> *> Help us help you:
> *> [url]http://dts-l.org/goodpost.htm[/url]
> *> [url]http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html[/url]
> *> ----
> *> You can have peace. Or you can have freedom. Don't
> ever count on
> *> having both at once. -- RAH
> *I guess I should stop being surprised at how stupid some
> people can be, eh?
> (Oh you can both go f**k yourselfs. The man was confused
> about what this file was. Last time i checked, these
> groups were for people with questions about a Microsoft
> product or service)
> *Rajesh K m wrote:
> *> Hi,
> *> Kindly feed me with answers for the following
> *> How many monitors can you connect to Windows XP Home
> *> Edition at a time?
> *> What function of Windows XP Home Edition helps serve
> *> broadband connection to be shared over the internet?
> *> What feature of Windows XP Home Edition help share
> *> Internet connection over two or more PC?
> *> What is an og USB audio/video capture device
> called in
> *> Windows XP Home Edition?
> *> Which feature in Windows XP Home Edition greatly
> *> the reliability of the system?
> *> Please reply me as soon as possible at
> *> [email]raeshe2003hotmail.com[/email]
> *> Thanks
> *These groups are for people with real problems, not lazy
> pubescents wanting
> *someone to do their IT homework for them. Do the
> research yourself you lazy
> (As you like to say, 'err no', these groups are for
> people with any questions about a Microsoft product or
> service, regardless of severity. Maybe if YOU weren't so
> lazy, you would help him.)
> THE FOLLOWING ONE WAS BY FAR THE RUDEST:
> *Jonathan Kay [MVP] wrote:
> *> Greetings Alan,
> *> Instead of choosing just Stop, in that window,
> select "Messenger",
> *> right-click and then choose Properties. Under startup
> type, choose
> *> 'Disabled' and then choose the 'Stop' button. After
> the service is
> *> click OK.
> *> After this, you won't need to stop it at every reboot.
> *> ____________________________________________
> *> Jonathan Kay
> *> Windows MVP, Messenger
> *> Associate Expert
> *> [url]http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/expertzone/[/url]
> *> Messenger Resources - [url]http://messenger.jonathankay.com[/url]
> *> "alan aggett" <t.lee4ntlworld.com> wrote in message
> *> news:101101c34090$428cae10$a101280aphx.gbl...
> *>> To stop the new brand of pop ups,such as those from
> *>> ads.com. Go to control panel, open admin tools , then
> *>> click on services- scroll down thru the list to
> *>> messenger ,right click and select-STOP.This disables
> *>> service,-not sure if u have to do this everytime u
> *>> up. Don t seem to be any adverse side effects but if u
> *>> have trouble with any other services try re enabling
> *>> messenger.Good luck!!
> *Still peddling the same old tripe I see. You can't teach
> kids anything these
> (Hey b***h, at least he helps many people, and POLITELY)
> AND BELIEVE ME, THERE WERE MANY MORE!
> So join hands and call out, "Get the d**do out of your
> a** Cass"