not as dumb as using the cd drive as a cup holder.
Whilst we are on the subject of dumb things, I have had one instance whare
someone asked if the mouse mat was compatible with vista/xp.
Not the mouse but the mouse mat.
It aint hardware, not even plugged in.
And if it was what function would it serve anyway.
Just thinking makes me laugh.
You need drivers for your mouse mat else your mouse mat will not work.
At 07:56 a.m. 23/03/2009, you wrote:
>Oh, are you sure his brain was powered on? Not checking if the unit is plugged
>in has to be about the most common but embarrassing tech support call anyone
>has to deal with. Honestly I wonder how such people live with themselves when
>they realize they did something so dumb.
>>Nod they did fix the problem, so I hear. Wow, yeah, those overheating
>>problems must have been quite bad. Oh, hey, what? I smell smoke. Oh, I burned
>>something. Hmm, the picture just went all fuzzy!
>>I'll never forget though the dumbest thing ever. Someone called me at 2 in
>>the morning, a friend of mine, pannicking because a system wouldn't power on.
>>I don't even remember what it was now. Anyway he was like well, its not
>>turning on! I don't get anything!
>>Is it plugged in? Oh, let me check. Turns out it wasn't.
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