Originally Posted by PeterT
My issue is people asking for a resolution to an issue when they have no interest in taking at least the first step by using current vendor released code.
I would think the first step would be to see if there is a solution with the current firmware they are using? Why upgrade to a different firmware, which may introduce different problems.
And this is especially lazy if it is a requirement of the manufacturer. There is nothing more frustrating (hyperbole) then being told "you need to upgrade to the latest firmware", and then being told "this is a known issue" or "sorry, that is the way it is supposed to work".