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The 5th dimension must be 25 right?
Today I sat down at my computer. When I went to pickup my headphones, the microphone shocked me and my computer shut off.
Now when I try and boot my computer it powers up but nothing else. No beeps or anything.
I called Logitech support, and after telling them what happened, I waited on hold for 10 minutes.
Finally they came back on, claiming the computer must not have been grounded and I should call the manufacturer because they can't do anything about it.
This was a custom built computer used at a company I worked for, for 2 years. I've had it for 6 months without issue.
What are my options, I don't know enough about hardware to say what they claim is false, but it seems like a load of BS to me.
I got pissed, told them I'm calling a lawyer and hung up.
What should I do now?
Oh and if you're reading this Logitech PR, I called at 6:20 CST on December 3rd."
You can still download and install any other application, ROM, or otherwise from the internet, without worrying that Google will brick your phone for defying their design.
I'll take Android over iPhone any day of the week. I have a custom ROM, with custom apps not downloaded from the market, and the only thing I did was violate a manufacturer warranty, instead of violating terms of service.
Non-Texan's....you gotta love 'em.
Moronic enough to believe a whole state holds the same stupidity, rather than being intelligent enough to realize that every state has their fair share of idiots.
Not sure where you're from, but I'm sure it's full of <insert whatever state your from's stereotype>s. Yes, I realize I'm using the same logical fallacy as he did...just trying to prove a point
You refer to the parts of government I said wish they could do away with FOIA in the first one. The second group along with the public in general are the cause of the FOIA.
Majority of things I've heard about that were leaked, were only classified to avoid embarrassment and prevent protests against things people disagree with.
Can't speak for your experience on the matter, but in my experience, if government had things it's way, FOIA would not exist, and everything would be kept a secret until no one who can suffer consequences for their actions involved with something are long gone.
I loved the games on the PS1/PS2/Xbox 360, etc. However when I decided to buy it for it the computer, I regretted it.
Ruined my love for the game