Subject: Re: Adobe Stock Images pays photo $0.18 for using his photo
On Wednesday, 20 December 2017 23:54:27 UTC, Bill W wrote:
> On Wed, 20 Dec 2017 17:03:22 -0500, "Mayayana"
> >"Bill W"<email@example.com> wrote
> >| > The sad part is that he's now on a very limited
> >| >retirement income, yet has gone into credit card
> >| >debt in order to buy a new Mac when he could have
> >| >had a new Windows PC for $300.
> >| ... and he could spend about half of his remaining life trying to keep
> >| it working. In other words, yes, I just spent another full day dealing
> >| with a Windows laptop problem.
> > Actually he's handy with Windows. He just
> >likes Macs. Funny guy. A Mac, an Internet
> >connection, wine and a pack of Camel non-
> >filters is all he craves. The rest -- including
> >food and housing -- is gravy.
> > It sounds like you need someone
> >who knows computers. Windows is not as
> >easy as Mac, but if you're spending "yet
> >another day" fixing it then there's something
> I'm pretty sure I know more about Windows than about 99% of users. I
> have never in my life paid anyone for help with a Windows PC, and
> called for tech support maybe twice in the last 25 years. And I have
> never once reinstalled Windows to repair a problem. I actually fix the
> problems instead of using that sort of workaround. The problems I get
> stuck on tend to be pretty bizarre, and no repair facility would even
> think of trying to find a fix outside of formatting and reinstalling.
> The problem is exactly what you said - there is something wrong, but
> it's with Windows. A simple hard drive clone that keeps reporting
> source disk errors has me stumped.
Maybe you're cloning the error too. Like replacing a worn car tyre with another worn car tyre.