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Discussion in 'Virus & Other Malware Removal' started by AtechGuy, Jul 1, 2005.

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  1. AtechGuy

    AtechGuy Thread Starter

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    I did my ActiveX just the way you told me and I am getting an error. I posted a question and no one, including the person that told me to set up my controls (YOU) have no clue. Because no one answered I reposted. So sue me! You are being very unprofessional and if you want to block me, that is your choice.
     
  2. Cookiegal

    Cookiegal Administrator Malware Specialist Coordinator

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    What part of this do you not understand?

    Multiple Postings - It is simply not acceptable to post your question more than once, or to post it in more than one forum. Choose the forum that your question or post best fits in, and place it there and only there. If, after posting, you feel it should be in another forum, use the "Report Thread" button at the bottom of the post and we'll move it. We also reserve the right to move posts to other forums and delete duplicates.

    Now you have 24 hours to sit back and re-read that paragraph over and over.
     
  3. Flrman1

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    You can take your atitude somewhere else man! You have started God knows how many threads with questions that should have been asked in a thread that you already had going. You have been asked repeatedly not to start multiple threads. You started 25 threads here in a period of less than two weeks. Many of them are questions that directly relate to the thread you were already being helped in. Here's a little tidbit from the forum rules for your perusal:
    I suggest that you read them. http://www.techguy.org/rules.html

    You were told here: http://forums.techguy.org/t373676.html
    And here:http://forums.techguy.org/showthread.php?t=373558&page=2&pp=15
    I counted at least a half a dozen threads that you had replies in that you did not reply back to. Instead you started a new thread.

    We all volunteer our services here because we enjoy helping people.. We do not get paid nor do the people we help have to pay for the services they recieve. You have got a lot of nerve making a post like this after all the time Cookie spent helping you for free on her own free time. You should be ashamed of yourself!

    If you don't like the rules of this forum and cannot abide by them or you don't like the way it is run then take a hike!
     
  4. AtechGuy

    AtechGuy Thread Starter

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    I see that. But what I don't get is when I get info from someone and that leaves me with problems and they cannot fix what they started. I received help and I really appreciate it and what cookie did for me. That is appreciated. It is when once I followed those instructions and then she could not fix what she had me screw up in the first place and then she gets a "better than tho" attitude and doesn't want to fix the problem she caused. The problem is this, once someone helps on a post, no one else will jump in and give any help because it is her problem she's fixing. Since she could never answer it, no one else will either and that is why I reposted. Thanks for the 24 hours, I got a lot of reading done.
     
  5. Flrman1

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    Well you still haven't learned much. You're still making excuses and have not yet apologized for your piss poor attitude.

    Let's clarify a few things first. You say:
    Well you are still wrong. This is the thread where Cookie was helping you:

    http://forums.techguy.org/showthread.php?t=373558&page=4&pp=15

    I just read the entire thread again. Never once in that thread did you ask the specific question about your ActiveX problem. Instead you asked that question in about three or four other new threads and then have the audacity to post this rude and uncalled for thread. Just in case your memory has failed you and you think I'm simply being biased here, I'll give you the evidence.

    This is from the thread Cookie was helping you with.
    That is post#64. She replied to that question:
    Post #65. Your next reply to her is this:
    Post #66 and your final reply to the thread. It was posted on June 24 at 2:30pm.

    After that you started multiple new threads and never once posted back to the original thread to ask Cookie about the problem you say she caused. Instead you start two more new threads asking the question that should have been asked in the original thread and then you have the nerve to start this rediculous thread.
     
  6. AtechGuy

    AtechGuy Thread Starter

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    Flrman1, I am sorry that I have posted repeated help posts. I have used these forums a LOT and have gotten a lot of great help from here. I did ask help with my ActiveX controls, I read what was cookie had posted for me and yet, I still had problems. I posted a question and then I got nothing and so after awhile when I wrote down the exact message, I reposted the correct error that I was getting. Was I wrong in posting again? I guess I was, but to treat me like criminal I would say is very overkill and unprofessional. I should have deleted my first post or posted it under the original post, for not doing things the right way, I am sorry.
     
  7. Flrman1

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    Apology acceppted. Now let's move on.

    This thread is closed.
     
  8. Cookiegal

    Cookiegal Administrator Malware Specialist Coordinator

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    Just for the record, I did not have you screw up anything.

    Moving on now.
     
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