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Thanks for Ruining My Computer, Alias

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by Ctrl¤/Alt¤/Del, Feb 4, 2010.

  1. Ctrl¤/Alt¤/Del

    Ctrl¤/Alt¤/Del Flightless Bird

    Well, after reading Alias' posts day after day, I decided it was safe to
    try Ubuntu. I went through the installation process and when it got to
    the highly complicated area where I was forced to partition my
    harddrive, I didn't really know what to do.

    I am not a very highly technical or advanced computer user and I made a
    horrible mistake somehow. I formatted or partitioned or deleted my
    harddrive, somehow.

    Nothing works now, I just get a screen telling me that MBR is missing,
    whatever that is.

    My brand new computer is dead in the water and I don't know if it will
    ever work again. I had to drag out an old Packard Bell from 1995 just to
    get back online and make this post.

    Nothing works, my Dell Operating System CD will not even boot the
    computer now.

    Thanks a whole fucking lot, Alias. I don't have any system images
    because I have never known how to make one. I don't think it would work
    anyway.

    The Ubuntu Live CD will not even work now; I don't know what to do
    except just give up.
    --
    All of Usenet is in a psychological, emotional, and antisocial free fall
    into an abyss and fully immersed in a drowning pool of mental illness.
     
  2. Bill Yanaire, ESQ

    Bill Yanaire, ESQ Flightless Bird

    "Ctrl¤/Alt¤/Del" <Ctrl¤/Alt¤/Del¤®@Ctrl¤/Alt¤/Del¤®.net> wrote in message
    news:gsdmm5loln7irc2cqsdaf9hamlqa0u0k0q@4ax.com...
    > Well, after reading Alias' posts day after day, I decided it was safe to
    > try Ubuntu. I went through the installation process and when it got to
    > the highly complicated area where I was forced to partition my
    > harddrive, I didn't really know what to do.


    Sounds like you are a first class idiot. If Alias said to go to his place
    and help him fuck Sheep, would you go over?

    >
    > I am not a very highly technical or advanced computer user and I made a
    > horrible mistake somehow. I formatted or partitioned or deleted my
    > harddrive, somehow.


    Again, sounds like you are a retard who doesn't need to be around computers.
    I suggest going to the store, purchasing a 55 gallon drum of personal lube
    and lock yourself in a dark room for 4 weeks.

    >
    > Nothing works now, I just get a screen telling me that MBR is missing,
    > whatever that is.


    See previous statement.

    >
    > My brand new computer is dead in the water and I don't know if it will
    > ever work again. I had to drag out an old Packard Bell from 1995 just to
    > get back online and make this post.


    Donate your computer to the Salvation Army. You are not smart enough to use
    a computer.

    >
    > Nothing works, my Dell Operating System CD will not even boot the
    > computer now.


    See previous statement.

    >
    > Thanks a whole fucking lot, Alias. I don't have any system images
    > because I have never known how to make one. I don't think it would work
    > anyway.


    HA HA HA HA - You really are a stupid fuck.

    >
    > The Ubuntu Live CD will not even work now; I don't know what to do
    > except just give up.


    Sure. That is the best idea you have said. Go to the highest building in
    your community. Take lots of drugs and alcohol. Climb up to the top of the
    building. Put on a cape. Jump off building and fly to the next building.


    > --
    > All of Usenet is in a psychological, emotional, and antisocial free fall
    > into an abyss and fully immersed in a drowning pool of mental illness.


    See previous statement.

    Any questions?
     
  3. Gordon

    Gordon Flightless Bird

    "Ctrl¤/Alt¤/Del" <Ctrl¤/Alt¤/Del¤®@Ctrl¤/Alt¤/Del¤®.net> wrote in message
    news:gsdmm5loln7irc2cqsdaf9hamlqa0u0k0q@4ax.com...
    > Well, after reading Alias' posts day after day, I decided it was safe to
    > try Ubuntu. I went through the installation process and when it got to
    > the highly complicated area where I was forced to partition my
    > harddrive, I didn't really know what to do.
    >
    > I am not a very highly technical or advanced computer user and I made a
    > horrible mistake somehow. I formatted or partitioned or deleted my
    > harddrive, somehow.
    >
    > Nothing works now, I just get a screen telling me that MBR is missing,
    > whatever that is.
    >
    > My brand new computer is dead in the water and I don't know if it will
    > ever work again. I had to drag out an old Packard Bell from 1995 just to
    > get back online and make this post.
    >
    > Nothing works, my Dell Operating System CD will not even boot the
    > computer now.
    >
    > Thanks a whole fucking lot, Alias. I don't have any system images
    > because I have never known how to make one. I don't think it would work
    > anyway.
    >
    > The Ubuntu Live CD will not even work now; I don't know what to do
    > except just give up.


    Then I suggest you pack it up in it's original box, take it back to where
    you bought it and ask the nice man if he will exchange it for an abacus or a
    gameboy.
    People FAR lees knowledgeable than you have installed Ubuntu perfectly
    easily.
    Seems you are either VERY thick or you are being DELIBERATELY cantankerous.

    PLONK!
     
  4. Bill Yanaire, ESQ

    Bill Yanaire, ESQ Flightless Bird

    "Gordon" <gordonbparker@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:hkfeeq$ini$1@news.eternal-september.org...
    >
    > "Ctrl¤/Alt¤/Del" <Ctrl¤/Alt¤/Del¤®@Ctrl¤/Alt¤/Del¤®.net> wrote in message
    > news:gsdmm5loln7irc2cqsdaf9hamlqa0u0k0q@4ax.com...
    >> Well, after reading Alias' posts day after day, I decided it was safe to
    >> try Ubuntu. I went through the installation process and when it got to
    >> the highly complicated area where I was forced to partition my
    >> harddrive, I didn't really know what to do.
    >>
    >> I am not a very highly technical or advanced computer user and I made a
    >> horrible mistake somehow. I formatted or partitioned or deleted my
    >> harddrive, somehow.
    >>
    >> Nothing works now, I just get a screen telling me that MBR is missing,
    >> whatever that is.
    >>
    >> My brand new computer is dead in the water and I don't know if it will
    >> ever work again. I had to drag out an old Packard Bell from 1995 just to
    >> get back online and make this post.
    >>
    >> Nothing works, my Dell Operating System CD will not even boot the
    >> computer now.
    >>
    >> Thanks a whole fucking lot, Alias. I don't have any system images
    >> because I have never known how to make one. I don't think it would work
    >> anyway.
    >>
    >> The Ubuntu Live CD will not even work now; I don't know what to do
    >> except just give up.

    >
    > Then I suggest you pack it up in it's original box, take it back to where
    > you bought it and ask the nice man if he will exchange it for an abacus or
    > a gameboy.
    > People FAR lees knowledgeable than you have installed Ubuntu perfectly
    > easily.
    > Seems you are either VERY thick or you are being DELIBERATELY
    > cantankerous.
    >
    > PLONK!


    Err - Remember to flush after you PLONK! Umm. Err <sigh>
     
  5. Pulse

    Pulse Flightless Bird

    [How to use the Bootrec.exe tool in the Windows Recovery Environment to
    troubleshoot and repair startup issues in Windows]

    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/927392



    "Ctrl¤/Alt¤/Del" <Ctrl¤/Alt¤/Del¤®@Ctrl¤/Alt¤/Del¤®.net> wrote in message
    news:gsdmm5loln7irc2cqsdaf9hamlqa0u0k0q@4ax.com...
    > Well, after reading Alias' posts day after day, I decided it was safe to
    > try Ubuntu. I went through the installation process and when it got to
    > the highly complicated area where I was forced to partition my
    > harddrive, I didn't really know what to do.
    >
    > I am not a very highly technical or advanced computer user and I made a
    > horrible mistake somehow. I formatted or partitioned or deleted my
    > harddrive, somehow.
    >
    > Nothing works now, I just get a screen telling me that MBR is missing,
    > whatever that is.
    >
    > My brand new computer is dead in the water and I don't know if it will
    > ever work again. I had to drag out an old Packard Bell from 1995 just to
    > get back online and make this post.
    >
    > Nothing works, my Dell Operating System CD will not even boot the
    > computer now.
    >
    > Thanks a whole fucking lot, Alias. I don't have any system images
    > because I have never known how to make one. I don't think it would work
    > anyway.
    >
    > The Ubuntu Live CD will not even work now; I don't know what to do
    > except just give up.
    > --
    > All of Usenet is in a psychological, emotional, and antisocial free fall
    > into an abyss and fully immersed in a drowning pool of mental illness.
     
  6. Fritz Deneken

    Fritz Deneken Flightless Bird

    "Gordon" <gordonbparker@yahoo.com> schreef in bericht
    news:hkfeeq$ini$1@news.eternal-september.org...
    >
    > "Ctrl¤/Alt¤/Del" <Ctrl¤/Alt¤/Del¤®@Ctrl¤/Alt¤/Del¤®.net> wrote in message
    > news:gsdmm5loln7irc2cqsdaf9hamlqa0u0k0q@4ax.com...
    >> Well, after reading Alias' posts day after day, I decided it was safe to
    >> try Ubuntu. I went through the installation process and when it got to
    >> the highly complicated area where I was forced to partition my
    >> harddrive, I didn't really know what to do.
    >>
    >> I am not a very highly technical or advanced computer user and I made a
    >> horrible mistake somehow. I formatted or partitioned or deleted my
    >> harddrive, somehow.
    >>
    >> Nothing works now, I just get a screen telling me that MBR is missing,
    >> whatever that is.
    >>
    >> My brand new computer is dead in the water and I don't know if it will
    >> ever work again. I had to drag out an old Packard Bell from 1995 just to
    >> get back online and make this post.
    >>
    >> Nothing works, my Dell Operating System CD will not even boot the
    >> computer now.
    >>
    >> Thanks a whole fucking lot, Alias. I don't have any system images
    >> because I have never known how to make one. I don't think it would work
    >> anyway.
    >>
    >> The Ubuntu Live CD will not even work now; I don't know what to do
    >> except just give up.

    >
    > Then I suggest you pack it up in it's original box, take it back to where
    > you bought it and ask the nice man if he will exchange it for an abacus or
    > a gameboy.
    > People FAR lees knowledgeable than you have installed Ubuntu perfectly
    > easily.
    > Seems you are either VERY thick or you are being DELIBERATELY
    > cantankerous.
    >
    > PLONK!

    This "Gordon" seems to me to be a very sick individual !
    JFD
     
  7. Bill Yanaire, ESQ

    Bill Yanaire, ESQ Flightless Bird

    "Pulse" <pulse@net.newsgroup.nospam.net> wrote in message
    news:hkfimj$dvb$1@speranza.aioe.org...
    > [How to use the Bootrec.exe tool in the Windows Recovery Environment to
    > troubleshoot and repair startup issues in Windows]
    >
    > http://support.microsoft.com/kb/927392
    >
    >


    The guy can't find his own ass with a flashlight and a map and you want to
    direct him to a support page? HA HA HA HA


    >
    > "Ctrl¤/Alt¤/Del" <Ctrl¤/Alt¤/Del¤®@Ctrl¤/Alt¤/Del¤®.net> wrote in message
    > news:gsdmm5loln7irc2cqsdaf9hamlqa0u0k0q@4ax.com...
    >> Well, after reading Alias' posts day after day, I decided it was safe to
    >> try Ubuntu. I went through the installation process and when it got to
    >> the highly complicated area where I was forced to partition my
    >> harddrive, I didn't really know what to do.
    >>
    >> I am not a very highly technical or advanced computer user and I made a
    >> horrible mistake somehow. I formatted or partitioned or deleted my
    >> harddrive, somehow.
    >>
    >> Nothing works now, I just get a screen telling me that MBR is missing,
    >> whatever that is.
    >>
    >> My brand new computer is dead in the water and I don't know if it will
    >> ever work again. I had to drag out an old Packard Bell from 1995 just to
    >> get back online and make this post.
    >>
    >> Nothing works, my Dell Operating System CD will not even boot the
    >> computer now.
    >>
    >> Thanks a whole fucking lot, Alias. I don't have any system images
    >> because I have never known how to make one. I don't think it would work
    >> anyway.
    >>
    >> The Ubuntu Live CD will not even work now; I don't know what to do
    >> except just give up.
    >> --
    >> All of Usenet is in a psychological, emotional, and antisocial free fall
    >> into an abyss and fully immersed in a drowning pool of mental illness.

    >
     
  8. ray

    ray Flightless Bird

    On Thu, 04 Feb 2010 15:17:46 -0600, Ctrl€/Alt€/Del wrote:

    > Well, after reading Alias' posts day after day, I decided it was safe to
    > try Ubuntu. I went through the installation process and when it got to
    > the highly complicated area where I was forced to partition my
    > harddrive, I didn't really know what to do.
    >
    > I am not a very highly technical or advanced computer user and I made a
    > horrible mistake somehow. I formatted or partitioned or deleted my
    > harddrive, somehow.
    >
    > Nothing works now, I just get a screen telling me that MBR is missing,
    > whatever that is.
    >
    > My brand new computer is dead in the water and I don't know if it will
    > ever work again. I had to drag out an old Packard Bell from 1995 just to
    > get back online and make this post.
    >
    > Nothing works, my Dell Operating System CD will not even boot the
    > computer now.
    >
    > Thanks a whole fucking lot, Alias. I don't have any system images
    > because I have never known how to make one. I don't think it would work
    > anyway.
    >
    > The Ubuntu Live CD will not even work now; I don't know what to do
    > except just give up.


    You could always restore from your backup.
     
  9. Bill Yanaire, ESQ

    Bill Yanaire, ESQ Flightless Bird

    "ray" <ray@zianet.com> wrote in message
    news:7t1290F9tuU13@mid.individual.net...
    > On Thu, 04 Feb 2010 15:17:46 -0600, Ctrl€/Alt€/Del wrote:
    >
    >> Well, after reading Alias' posts day after day, I decided it was safe to
    >> try Ubuntu. I went through the installation process and when it got to
    >> the highly complicated area where I was forced to partition my
    >> harddrive, I didn't really know what to do.
    >>
    >> I am not a very highly technical or advanced computer user and I made a
    >> horrible mistake somehow. I formatted or partitioned or deleted my
    >> harddrive, somehow.
    >>
    >> Nothing works now, I just get a screen telling me that MBR is missing,
    >> whatever that is.
    >>
    >> My brand new computer is dead in the water and I don't know if it will
    >> ever work again. I had to drag out an old Packard Bell from 1995 just to
    >> get back online and make this post.
    >>
    >> Nothing works, my Dell Operating System CD will not even boot the
    >> computer now.
    >>
    >> Thanks a whole fucking lot, Alias. I don't have any system images
    >> because I have never known how to make one. I don't think it would work
    >> anyway.
    >>
    >> The Ubuntu Live CD will not even work now; I don't know what to do
    >> except just give up.

    >
    > You could always restore from your backup.


    HA HA HA - He got you also. He's a putz and his post was a joke.
     
  10. GreyCloud

    GreyCloud Flightless Bird

    Ctrl¤/Alt¤/Del wrote:
    > Well, after reading Alias' posts day after day, I decided it was safe to
    > try Ubuntu. I went through the installation process and when it got to
    > the highly complicated area where I was forced to partition my
    > harddrive, I didn't really know what to do.
    >
    > I am not a very highly technical or advanced computer user and I made a
    > horrible mistake somehow. I formatted or partitioned or deleted my
    > harddrive, somehow.
    >
    > Nothing works now, I just get a screen telling me that MBR is missing,
    > whatever that is.
    >
    > My brand new computer is dead in the water and I don't know if it will
    > ever work again. I had to drag out an old Packard Bell from 1995 just to
    > get back online and make this post.
    >
    > Nothing works, my Dell Operating System CD will not even boot the
    > computer now.
    >
    > Thanks a whole fucking lot, Alias. I don't have any system images
    > because I have never known how to make one. I don't think it would work
    > anyway.
    >
    > The Ubuntu Live CD will not even work now; I don't know what to do
    > except just give up.


    Pop that Linux CD back in and format the hard drive. Then stop.
    Then insert the win7 dvd that came with your PC. I ran into this
    problem on an old IBM PC and had to scrub the hard drive clean thru a
    reformat.
     
  11. Brian Gregory [UK]

    Brian Gregory [UK] Flightless Bird

    "Ctrl¤/Alt¤/Del" <Ctrl¤/Alt¤/Del¤®@Ctrl¤/Alt¤/Del¤®.net> wrote in message
    news:gsdmm5loln7irc2cqsdaf9hamlqa0u0k0q@4ax.com...
    > Well, after reading Alias' posts day after day, I decided it was safe to
    > try Ubuntu. I went through the installation process and when it got to
    > the highly complicated area where I was forced to partition my
    > harddrive, I didn't really know what to do.
    >
    > I am not a very highly technical or advanced computer user and I made a
    > horrible mistake somehow. I formatted or partitioned or deleted my
    > harddrive, somehow.
    >
    > Nothing works now, I just get a screen telling me that MBR is missing,
    > whatever that is.
    >
    > My brand new computer is dead in the water and I don't know if it will
    > ever work again. I had to drag out an old Packard Bell from 1995 just to
    > get back online and make this post.
    >
    > Nothing works, my Dell Operating System CD will not even boot the
    > computer now.
    >
    > Thanks a whole fucking lot, Alias. I don't have any system images
    > because I have never known how to make one. I don't think it would work
    > anyway.
    >
    > The Ubuntu Live CD will not even work now; I don't know what to do
    > except just give up.
    > --
    > All of Usenet is in a psychological, emotional, and antisocial free fall
    > into an abyss and fully immersed in a drowning pool of mental illness.


    I could believe something could have gone wrong and you'd have lost the
    contents of your hard drive but there is NO WAY it would break booting from
    a CD.

    I assume you do know how to set up your BIOS to boot from a CD?

    --

    Brian Gregory. (In the UK)
    ng@bgdsv.co.uk
    To email me remove the letter vee.
     
  12. Alias

    Alias Flightless Bird

    Gordon wrote:
    >
    > "Ctrl¤/Alt¤/Del" <Ctrl¤/Alt¤/Del¤®@Ctrl¤/Alt¤/Del¤®.net> wrote in
    > message news:gsdmm5loln7irc2cqsdaf9hamlqa0u0k0q@4ax.com...
    >> Well, after reading Alias' posts day after day, I decided it was safe to
    >> try Ubuntu. I went through the installation process and when it got to
    >> the highly complicated area where I was forced to partition my
    >> harddrive, I didn't really know what to do.
    >>
    >> I am not a very highly technical or advanced computer user and I made a
    >> horrible mistake somehow. I formatted or partitioned or deleted my
    >> harddrive, somehow.
    >>
    >> Nothing works now, I just get a screen telling me that MBR is missing,
    >> whatever that is.
    >>
    >> My brand new computer is dead in the water and I don't know if it will
    >> ever work again. I had to drag out an old Packard Bell from 1995 just to
    >> get back online and make this post.
    >>
    >> Nothing works, my Dell Operating System CD will not even boot the
    >> computer now.
    >>
    >> Thanks a whole fucking lot, Alias. I don't have any system images
    >> because I have never known how to make one. I don't think it would work
    >> anyway.
    >>
    >> The Ubuntu Live CD will not even work now; I don't know what to do
    >> except just give up.

    >
    > Then I suggest you pack it up in it's original box, take it back to
    > where you bought it and ask the nice man if he will exchange it for an
    > abacus or a gameboy.
    > People FAR lees knowledgeable than you have installed Ubuntu perfectly
    > easily.
    > Seems you are either VERY thick or you are being DELIBERATELY cantankerous.
    >
    > PLONK!


    I think it's deliberate. No one is that stupid.

    --
    Alias
     
  13. Philo P. Shagnasty

    Philo P. Shagnasty Flightless Bird

    "Alias" <Alias@nospam.com.invalid> wrote in message
    news:hkfoe9$q88$4@news.eternal-september.org...
    > Gordon wrote:
    >>
    >> "Ctrl¤/Alt¤/Del" <Ctrl¤/Alt¤/Del¤®@Ctrl¤/Alt¤/Del¤®.net> wrote in message
    >> news:gsdmm5loln7irc2cqsdaf9hamlqa0u0k0q@4ax.com...
    >>> Well, after reading Alias' posts day after day, I decided it was safe to
    >>> try Ubuntu. I went through the installation process and when it got to
    >>> the highly complicated area where I was forced to partition my
    >>> harddrive, I didn't really know what to do.
    >>>
    >>> I am not a very highly technical or advanced computer user and I made a
    >>> horrible mistake somehow. I formatted or partitioned or deleted my
    >>> harddrive, somehow.
    >>>
    >>> Nothing works now, I just get a screen telling me that MBR is missing,
    >>> whatever that is.
    >>>
    >>> My brand new computer is dead in the water and I don't know if it will
    >>> ever work again. I had to drag out an old Packard Bell from 1995 just to
    >>> get back online and make this post.
    >>>
    >>> Nothing works, my Dell Operating System CD will not even boot the
    >>> computer now.
    >>>
    >>> Thanks a whole fucking lot, Alias. I don't have any system images
    >>> because I have never known how to make one. I don't think it would work
    >>> anyway.
    >>>
    >>> The Ubuntu Live CD will not even work now; I don't know what to do
    >>> except just give up.

    >>
    >> Then I suggest you pack it up in it's original box, take it back to where
    >> you bought it and ask the nice man if he will exchange it for an abacus
    >> or a gameboy.
    >> People FAR lees knowledgeable than you have installed Ubuntu perfectly
    >> easily.
    >> Seems you are either VERY thick or you are being DELIBERATELY
    >> cantankerous.
    >>
    >> PLONK!

    >
    > I think it's deliberate. No one is that stupid.
    >
    > --
    > Alias


    You are. LOL!
     
  14. Pulse

    Pulse Flightless Bird

    MaxBlast 4's zero-fill utility can solve many of the problems Linux causes.


    "GreyCloud" <mist@cumulus.com> wrote in message
    news:ltudnfAITcDiyvbWnZ2dnUVZ_vNi4p2d@bresnan.com...
    > Ctrl¤/Alt¤/Del wrote:
    >> Well, after reading Alias' posts day after day, I decided it was safe to
    >> try Ubuntu. I went through the installation process and when it got to
    >> the highly complicated area where I was forced to partition my
    >> harddrive, I didn't really know what to do.
    >>
    >> I am not a very highly technical or advanced computer user and I made a
    >> horrible mistake somehow. I formatted or partitioned or deleted my
    >> harddrive, somehow.
    >>
    >> Nothing works now, I just get a screen telling me that MBR is missing,
    >> whatever that is.
    >>
    >> My brand new computer is dead in the water and I don't know if it will
    >> ever work again. I had to drag out an old Packard Bell from 1995 just to
    >> get back online and make this post.
    >>
    >> Nothing works, my Dell Operating System CD will not even boot the
    >> computer now.
    >>
    >> Thanks a whole fucking lot, Alias. I don't have any system images
    >> because I have never known how to make one. I don't think it would work
    >> anyway.
    >>
    >> The Ubuntu Live CD will not even work now; I don't know what to do
    >> except just give up.

    >
    > Pop that Linux CD back in and format the hard drive. Then stop.
    > Then insert the win7 dvd that came with your PC. I ran into this problem
    > on an old IBM PC and had to scrub the hard drive clean thru a reformat.
     
  15. ray

    ray Flightless Bird

    On Thu, 04 Feb 2010 15:12:59 -0800, Bill Yanaire, ESQ wrote:

    > "ray" <ray@zianet.com> wrote in message
    > news:7t1290F9tuU13@mid.individual.net...
    >> On Thu, 04 Feb 2010 15:17:46 -0600, Ctrl€/Alt€/Del wrote:
    >>
    >>> Well, after reading Alias' posts day after day, I decided it was safe
    >>> to try Ubuntu. I went through the installation process and when it got
    >>> to the highly complicated area where I was forced to partition my
    >>> harddrive, I didn't really know what to do.
    >>>
    >>> I am not a very highly technical or advanced computer user and I made
    >>> a horrible mistake somehow. I formatted or partitioned or deleted my
    >>> harddrive, somehow.
    >>>
    >>> Nothing works now, I just get a screen telling me that MBR is missing,
    >>> whatever that is.
    >>>
    >>> My brand new computer is dead in the water and I don't know if it will
    >>> ever work again. I had to drag out an old Packard Bell from 1995 just
    >>> to get back online and make this post.
    >>>
    >>> Nothing works, my Dell Operating System CD will not even boot the
    >>> computer now.
    >>>
    >>> Thanks a whole fucking lot, Alias. I don't have any system images
    >>> because I have never known how to make one. I don't think it would
    >>> work anyway.
    >>>
    >>> The Ubuntu Live CD will not even work now; I don't know what to do
    >>> except just give up.

    >>
    >> You could always restore from your backup.

    >
    > HA HA HA - He got you also. He's a putz and his post was a joke.


    No shit, sherlock - I also assumed he would not have a backup even if it
    was on the level.

    We all know it's virtually impossible to screw up a Linux install.
     
  16. Frank

    Frank Flightless Bird

    ray wrote:
    > On Thu, 04 Feb 2010 15:12:59 -0800, Bill Yanaire, ESQ wrote:
    >
    >> "ray" <ray@zianet.com> wrote in message
    >> news:7t1290F9tuU13@mid.individual.net...
    >>> On Thu, 04 Feb 2010 15:17:46 -0600, Ctrl€/Alt€/Del wrote:
    >>>
    >>>> Well, after reading Alias' posts day after day, I decided it was safe
    >>>> to try Ubuntu. I went through the installation process and when it got
    >>>> to the highly complicated area where I was forced to partition my
    >>>> harddrive, I didn't really know what to do.
    >>>>
    >>>> I am not a very highly technical or advanced computer user and I made
    >>>> a horrible mistake somehow. I formatted or partitioned or deleted my
    >>>> harddrive, somehow.
    >>>>
    >>>> Nothing works now, I just get a screen telling me that MBR is missing,
    >>>> whatever that is.
    >>>>
    >>>> My brand new computer is dead in the water and I don't know if it will
    >>>> ever work again. I had to drag out an old Packard Bell from 1995 just
    >>>> to get back online and make this post.
    >>>>
    >>>> Nothing works, my Dell Operating System CD will not even boot the
    >>>> computer now.
    >>>>
    >>>> Thanks a whole fucking lot, Alias. I don't have any system images
    >>>> because I have never known how to make one. I don't think it would
    >>>> work anyway.
    >>>>
    >>>> The Ubuntu Live CD will not even work now; I don't know what to do
    >>>> except just give up.
    >>> You could always restore from your backup.

    >> HA HA HA - He got you also. He's a putz and his post was a joke.

    >
    > No shit, sherlock - I also assumed he would not have a backup even if it
    > was on the level.
    >
    > We all know it's virtually impossible to screw up a Linux install.


    We? You pregnant? You have no idea what you're (trying) to talk about.
    Best you just STFU and slim away...like the snake you are.
     
  17. Leythos

    Leythos Flightless Bird

    In article <gsdmm5loln7irc2cqsdaf9hamlqa0u0k0q@4ax.com>, Ctrl?/Alt?/Del
    ?®@Ctrl?/Alt?/Del?®.net says...
    > Nothing works, my Dell Operating System CD will not even boot the
    > computer now.
    >


    You were almost believable until you typed the above. A Dell Boot CD
    will always boot your computer and allow you to reinstall - at least if
    you have a CD drive and a Hard-Drive.

    So, deleting your partitions and installing another OS and then claiming
    that your Windows Install/Boot CD doesn't work exposes your trolling.

    --
    You can't trust your best friends, your five senses, only the little
    voice inside you that most civilians don't even hear -- Listen to that.
    Trust yourself.
    spam999free@rrohio.com (remove 999 for proper email address)
     
  18. Avatar

    Avatar Flightless Bird

    An achievement worthy of recording in bold for posterity.

    "Ctrl¤/Alt¤/Del" <Ctrl¤/Alt¤/Del¤®@Ctrl¤/Alt¤/Del¤®.net> wrote in message
    news:gsdmm5loln7irc2cqsdaf9hamlqa0u0k0q@4ax.com...
    > Well, after reading Alias' posts day after day, I decided it was safe to
    > try Ubuntu. I went through the installation process and when it got to
    > the highly complicated area where I was forced to partition my
    > harddrive, I didn't really know what to do.
    >
    > I am not a very highly technical or advanced computer user and I made a
    > horrible mistake somehow. I formatted or partitioned or deleted my
    > harddrive, somehow.
    >
    > Nothing works now, I just get a screen telling me that MBR is missing,
    > whatever that is.
    >
    > My brand new computer is dead in the water and I don't know if it will
    > ever work again. I had to drag out an old Packard Bell from 1995 just to
    > get back online and make this post.
    >
    > Nothing works, my Dell Operating System CD will not even boot the
    > computer now.
    >
    > Thanks a whole fucking lot, Alias. I don't have any system images
    > because I have never known how to make one. I don't think it would work
    > anyway.
    >
    > The Ubuntu Live CD will not even work now; I don't know what to do
    > except just give up.
    > --
    > All of Usenet is in a psychological, emotional, and antisocial free fall
    > into an abyss and fully immersed in a drowning pool of mental illness.
     
  19. Tony

    Tony Flightless Bird

    Oh really? I refer to Ubuntu as * a cunt or two* knowing full well like getting
    fucked Ubuntu will fuck your computer.

    Gordon wrote:

    > "Ctrl¤/Alt¤/Del" <Ctrl¤/Alt¤/Del¤®@Ctrl¤/Alt¤/Del¤®.net> wrote in message
    > news:gsdmm5loln7irc2cqsdaf9hamlqa0u0k0q@4ax.com...
    > > Well, after reading Alias' posts day after day, I decided it was safe to
    > > try Ubuntu. I went through the installation process and when it got to
    > > the highly complicated area where I was forced to partition my
    > > harddrive, I didn't really know what to do.
    > >
    > > I am not a very highly technical or advanced computer user and I made a
    > > horrible mistake somehow. I formatted or partitioned or deleted my
    > > harddrive, somehow.
    > >
    > > Nothing works now, I just get a screen telling me that MBR is missing,
    > > whatever that is.
    > >
    > > My brand new computer is dead in the water and I don't know if it will
    > > ever work again. I had to drag out an old Packard Bell from 1995 just to
    > > get back online and make this post.
    > >
    > > Nothing works, my Dell Operating System CD will not even boot the
    > > computer now.
    > >
    > > Thanks a whole fucking lot, Alias. I don't have any system images
    > > because I have never known how to make one. I don't think it would work
    > > anyway.
    > >
    > > The Ubuntu Live CD will not even work now; I don't know what to do
    > > except just give up.

    >
    > Then I suggest you pack it up in it's original box, take it back to where
    > you bought it and ask the nice man if he will exchange it for an abacus or a
    > gameboy.
    > People FAR lees knowledgeable than you have installed Ubuntu perfectly
    > easily.
    > Seems you are either VERY thick or you are being DELIBERATELY cantankerous.
    >
    > PLONK!


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    manners

    Very few. I used to take calls from *rank* noobs but got fired the first day on
    the job for potty mouth,

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    Using my technical prowess and computer abilities to answer questions beyond the
    realm of understandability

    Regards Tony... Making usenet better for everyone everyday
     
  20. Moiv

    Moiv Flightless Bird

    "Frank" <fb@amk.cmo> wrote in message news:4b6b7a3e@news.x-privat.org...
    ray wrote:
    > On Thu, 04 Feb 2010 15:12:59 -0800, Bill Yanaire, ESQ wrote:
    >
    >> "ray" <ray@zianet.com> wrote in message
    >> news:7t1290F9tuU13@mid.individual.net...
    >>> On Thu, 04 Feb 2010 15:17:46 -0600, Ctrl?/Alt?/Del wrote:
    >>>
    >>>> Well, after reading Alias' posts day after day, I decided it was safe
    >>>> to try Ubuntu. I went through the installation process and when it got
    >>>> to the highly complicated area where I was forced to partition my
    >>>> harddrive, I didn't really know what to do.
    >>>>
    >>>> I am not a very highly technical or advanced computer user and I made
    >>>> a horrible mistake somehow. I formatted or partitioned or deleted my
    >>>> harddrive, somehow.
    >>>>
    >>>> Nothing works now, I just get a screen telling me that MBR is missing,
    >>>> whatever that is.
    >>>>
    >>>> My brand new computer is dead in the water and I don't know if it will
    >>>> ever work again. I had to drag out an old Packard Bell from 1995 just
    >>>> to get back online and make this post.
    >>>>
    >>>> Nothing works, my Dell Operating System CD will not even boot the
    >>>> computer now.
    >>>>
    >>>> Thanks a whole fucking lot, Alias. I don't have any system images
    >>>> because I have never known how to make one. I don't think it would
    >>>> work anyway.
    >>>>
    >>>> The Ubuntu Live CD will not even work now; I don't know what to do
    >>>> except just give up.
    >>> You could always restore from your backup.

    >> HA HA HA - He got you also. He's a putz and his post was a joke.

    >
    > No shit, sherlock - I also assumed he would not have a backup even if it
    > was on the level.
    > We all know it's virtually impossible to screw up a Linux install.


    > We? You pregnant? You have no idea what you're (trying) to talk about.
    > Best you just STFU and slim away...like the snake you are.



    Frank, I think you have mental issues.

    That is all
     

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