From: Bill W <nothing@nowhere.com>
Subject: Re: How badly do you want to get beaten up for crappy, inane video?
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From: Bill W <nothing@nowhere.com>
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Subject: Re: How badly do you want to get beaten up for crappy, inane video?
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On Fri, 02 Feb 2018 22:50:34 +1300, Eric Stevens<eric.stevens@sum.co.nz> wrote:

>On Thu, 01 Feb 2018 17:02:52 -0800, Bill W<nothing@nowhere.com>
>wrote:
>
>>On Thu, 01 Feb 2018 19:28:38 -0500, nospam<nospam@nospam.invalid>
>>wrote:
>>
>>>In article<66a77dlb85d1ruamajquvd28hk2nsilses@4ax.com>, Eric Stevens
>>><eric.stevens@sum.co.nz> wrote:
>>>
>>>> >> >> >> >I think you're also forgetting that Spyder issue you had, and the
>>>> >> >> >> >file permissions issues. 
>>>> >> >> >> 
>>>> >> >> >> I wouldn't class the Spyder problem as the fault of Windows any more
>>>> >> >> >> than I attribute my i1 problems to Windows. The file permissions
>>>> >> >> >> problems are something I could do without but they continue to work
>>>> >> >> >> as intended and have never brought Windows to a grinding halt.
>>>> >> >> >
>>>> >> >> >those absolutely are a problem with windows.
>>>> >> >> 
>>>> >> >> They make networking between machines running different versions of
>>>> >> >> Windows a pain in the arse.
>>>> >> >
>>>> >> >how would using a spyder plugged into a usb port cause windows
>>>> >> >networking problems?
>>>> >> >
>>>> >> >for that to be true, windows would need to be *really* fucked up.
>>>> >> 
>>>> >> Nope. It's your understanding of the English language is fucked up. I
>>>> >> was commenting on "The file permissions problems are something I could
>>>> >> do without but they continue to work as intended and have never
>>>> >> brought Windows to a grinding halt."
>>>> >
>>>> >you brought up networking. why did you mention networking in a
>>>> >discussion about spyder issues?
>>>> 
>>>> Because you named Spyder problems and file permissions in the one
>>>> sentence. 
>>>
>>>nope. bill said that.
>>
>>The way I remember it, the Spyder issue *was* file permissions. It
>>couldn't write the new calibration file to a certain folder. That's
>>why they were in the same sentence. Thinking more about it, Eric might
>>have mentioned another separate issue, the one that many people had
>>when upgrading to 10. But I still think the Spyder problem had the
>>same cause. 
>
>Frankly, I can't remember.

That's the way I remember it. You had asked about the Spyder issue
here, and some of us gave suggestions. I had recently had problems
with file permissions, and mentioned what you could try to fix the
problem, and I thought that was what took care of it.