From: Stromm Sarnac
Subject: Re: Crisis in Japan: defective electro caps round the world
Date: Mon, 9 Dec 2002 13:39:04 -0500
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In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, rossv1
> Stromm Sarnac wrote:
> >>Ahh $50USD/ Mother Boards.. You were kidding right?
> > No, why? I'd much rather spend $50 than have to completely reload a
> > system due to a new motherboard. I've been doing this long enough to
> > know that Windows is never as PnP with motherboard changes as everyone
> > thinks.
> > $50 vs. 4-6 hours of my time. Especially if it's for a client who I
> > charge $75/hr for this type of stuff.
> You've misunderstood..! I wasn't aiming that at you, I was aiming it at
> the person that seems to think that $50/MB means $50/megabyte, i.e was
> he kidding to mis-understand as he did.
Sorry. I didn't mean to imply either that someone was a target. I
thought you were shorting "pay $50 to get an old MB fixed instead of
just buying a new one...".