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Old 09-24-2012, 10:22 AM   #174
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You are doing nothing wrong. Its just an extreme oversight on part of the people who have written the tutorials for debricking. ...The solution is as ludicrous as it is simple. You have to use a 32bit installation of Windows. ... Just everyone fails to mention it. ...
Your post is inappropriately arrogant, rude, and hostile towards the developers (who provide all this hard work for FREE, out of their own good will). Your comments detract greatly from any feelings of good will that we may get from this forum.

Also, there are success reports from people who HAVE used 64-bit windows for debricking, so your post contains factual misinformation as well.

Your post does contain some useful information, but most of that has been discussed elsewhere. The "small debricking guides" are shortened versions of information from their respective threads, and leave many details out INTENTIONALLY, so that they CAN be "small". If in doubt, it is recommended to read the threads.

The guides are useful in many cases, but certainly not complete. Remember that they are written by hobbiests, not professionals, and they are certainly worth a lot more than you paid for them (i.e. nothing).

If there are errors or omissions in the guides, please fix them instead of harshly criticizing their authors. They are just summaries of information and methods created by others anyway, enhanced with feedback from other members. If you can do a better job of summarizing, then please do so. And if you can add new and valuable information, that is even better.

Please edit your post (again) to be less rude and condescending. Thanks.

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