> Wow...yet another case of RT Systems caring for their customers.You didn't
> even follow the basic rules (sending in the Registration Card) yet they
> treated you like you did.
It has been held that the sending in of a registration card is not
necessary in warranty or support cases. IMNSHO, all it does is get you
on mailing lists that propagate like wildfire. Most of the time, I need
nothing further from the manufacturer. In the small cases in which I DO
need more from the manufacturer, I provide them with the necessary proof
of ownership, if asked.
I have no gripe with RT Systems per se, except that I think they are WAY
too paranoid in their copy protection scheme. Every time I defrag my
hard drive, I have to reinstall the software. That torques me to no
end. As soon as the Linux software is available, I'm switching.
Kurt A. Freiberger, WB5BBW Network Environmentalist Austin, TX
Published 12/12/98, Saint Paul Pioneer Press Bulletin Board:
Redmond, WA (AP) -- Microsoft announced today that the official release
date for the new operating system "Windows 2000" will be delayed until
the second quarter of 1901.