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Windows XP tips and tricks

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Speed up your system, repair registry base, uninstall hidden windows
components and get rid of boring errors with powerful tips and tricks.

http://windowsxpsp2pro.blogspot.com

Jun 22 '07 #1
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On Jun 22, 3:55 pm, TDR911 <tdr...@gmail.comwrote:
Speed up your system, repair registry base, uninstall hidden windows
components and get rid of boring errors with powerful tips and tricks.

http://windowsxpsp2pro.blogspot.com
Go away

Jun 22 '07 #2

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DavidB <je***@yahoo.comwrote:

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Go away
Hi - if you're going to reply to a spammer's post, you should always delete
their crap from the quoted message, or you are inadvertently helping them
out. It's actually not all that useful to reply anyway, unless you're
posting the message headers & indicating you've reported it to their ISP/the
abuse address. And even then, probably not all that useful, although I
sometimes do it myself.

Jun 23 '07 #3

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it's also a good idea[ and the most polite attitude] to cut the
crossposting, i did not because, i do not know from which NG you're posting,
hereby i place my apologies to all other NG's.

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DavidB <je***@yahoo.comwrote:

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Go away

Hi - if you're going to reply to a spammer's post, you should always
delete their crap from the quoted message, or you are inadvertently
helping them out. It's actually not all that useful to reply anyway,
unless you're posting the message headers & indicating you've reported it
to their ISP/the abuse address. And even then, probably not all that
useful, although I sometimes do it myself.

Jun 23 '07 #4

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