[clug-talk] useless windows errors 101
gustin at echostar.ca
Fri Sep 22 21:22:26 PDT 2006
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An iriver T10
Unfortunately it looks like the 2GB version that I picked up is not
supported by the UMS firmware anyway... so I guess I just wasted the money.
Screwing with something personal like music is the reason MS is so
maligned. I may not agree with the EU but I do hope they cost MS
billions (unlikely, but we can dare to dream). It looks like Media
Player 11 beta is installed on this machine, and I can't seem to
uninstall it, I would like to have been there when someone actually
thought that this would be a good thing.
Maybe it is time for the Nano + rockbox. I am tired of this crap.
Nick Wiltshire wrote:
> Haha, "Was this information useful?" -- only MS would say there is no
> information available, then ask you if that is helpful.
> It truly is sad, and there was an article on /. that WMP DRM is going to get
> What kind of Mp3 player is it?
> On Friday 22 September 2006 9:07 pm, Gustin Johnson wrote:
>> This is on topic because I am trying to get UMS firmware onto my new MP3
>> player so that I can use it on Linux. I need to install it under
>> windows first. Sadly this device seems to require Windows Media Player.
>> Sadly the software will not install on my legit Windows install (ie. I
>> paid for the copy XP pro even though I rarely use it.
>> So, now I have a piece of plastic that does nothing so far, under any
>> OS. My troubleshooting begins with "error message not available". I am
>> really feeling that this was money well spent.
>> What really gets me is that 99% of the people out there simply don't
>> seem to care about the real cost of the proprietary garbage that is
>> rammed down our throats.
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