im just trying to figure out why a professional in the computer business would share their wealth of knowledge, normally reserved for their PAYING customers, with you..
when you buy a ______ at a b&m store, part of what you are paying for is the service...when you click a button online and order something, you pay less, but you cant really expect the same level of service, can you? sort of trying to have your cake and eat it too, no?
i should say, there are two ways to go about things...one way is to ask questions and maybe get answers, the other way is to have an air of entitlement and expect answers, and then kind of act like a doorknob when you don't get the answers feel you are entitled to for some reason...guess which road you took this time?
Listen einstein I have dealt with several here to the tune of many many thousands of dollars. So I'm a little disappointed. I'm more than happy to buy from a dealer with advice. I don't have time to drive around the city.
Perhaps you're entitled to share some of your profound knowledge somewhere else. I'm interested in some responses to my questions thanks.
Pardon me if I'm a little caustic after first being told to get rid of my flawlessly working machine, and then having to be preached at by some troll when I express being disappointed.
if you have good relationships with dealers, call them. go to their store, patronize their business and they will help you..i dont understand your first sentence...are you disappointed because you have dealt with dealers here and none of them are helping you now? pick up the phone...call them.
its hardly rocket science is it? you call me einstein? have you ever heard the quote "the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and expecting different results"? you've been posting in here since nov 22 with no reply, but you keep on trying, and then get snarky?