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How do i start a new thread

Hi Hantos.you suggested that i start a new thread.how do i do this?thankyou.

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  • redchips57 Mar 03, 2008

    no question hanto thankyou so much for the info.have a very nice day.

    sincerly;

    redchips57@comcast.net

  • redchips57 Mar 04, 2008

    hey Hantos;

    You know that other guy was begining to really frustrate me .it just seemed like he was leading me around in circles,and not really trying to solve my problem.Then you came on stage and you really came right to the point about what my problem was.i tried it and it worked.i'm not to smart when it comes to working on computers(really green).that's why i tried fixya.and to this point i'm really happy with the service i recieve from most of the techs.i especially appreciate you for your courage to stand up to the really imature behavior of a certain tech(you know who i mean) Thanks once again for your support Hanto.

    Sincerly

    Redchips57@comcast

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Contact me any old time Redchips. I may not know any answers but I do know how to research

Posted on Mar 04, 2008

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You've already started the new thread with your statement. Notice I didn't say my statement. You started the thread, now ask your questions, my friend.

Posted on Mar 02, 2008

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    Ravel Lively Mar 03, 2008

    Redchips, I love to help people with issues I have some experience with, it is just part of my nature. But I must admit more the half of the help comes in the form of the person who is asking the question and how they perceive the question and the troubleshooting that often must be engaged in to find the correct solution. There are just to many possiblities unless intense troubleshooting becomes part of the answer.

    Thank you for coming back the way you did. You are one of only a few that would do such a thing...

    Take care.

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