The date of purchase is what starts the clock. But you threw away a perfectly good coaster.:) Scott At 01:38 AM 1/21/04, you wrote: >At 02:20 21/01/2004, Ken Schaefer wrote >>~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ >>From: "Scott wolpow" <scott at netalytical.com> >>Subject: Re: [thelist] Re: Win 98 Fix cd >> >> >>: Just because Microsoft claims it does not make it so. >>~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ >> >>...and just because you post this doesn't mean that it isn't so either. You >>claimed that: "There are many many new copies floating around", and that > >Just to make life worse I found a filing cabinet containing 25 unused >Windows 95 CDs with >licences gathering dust yesterday, broke the seal on one threw away the CD >and used the case >to post someone a powerpoint presentation on CD > >Don't think if I had installed it Redmond would have been obliged to do >anything ;) > >FB > > >>Microsoft had to support them. Windows 98 has not been available to the >>general public since June 1999, which over 4 years ago. Furthermore, I don't >>see anything that supports the contention that they need to provide support. > >-- >* * Please support the community that supports you. * * >http://evolt.org/help_support_evolt/ > >For unsubscribe and other options, including the Tip Harvester and >archives of thelist go to: http://lists.evolt.org Workers of the Web, evolt !