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Old 02-05-2012, 05:48 PM   #6
carpetmojo
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It's so simple, really, isn't it......

[QUOTE=jbcohen;......Of course I have an old saying "If you need tech support for anything you have bought the wrong product for your needs.[/QUOTE]

Such a clever saying, and so helpful for anyone who may have trouble with hardware they bought, often following clever advertising, point of purchase persuasion, and often after accepting advice from "expert" retailers/assistant, whose job description would seem to be to match you with the perfect product for your needs.
These people often appreciate helpful advice on how to overcome the trouble they have - perhaps because they are not as fortunate as others in being familiar with the "new" technologies - and MR is one of the places people approach, with some success - a lot of success in my case.
How lucky I was that I haven't been simply told " You got the wrong product."
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