Re: The Name of this Group is Installation Setup. Use it that way only.
The netiquette group was disappeared from msnews last year.
It died of neglect - no one doesn't have complete disinterest in netiquette.
Maybe on topic, I am attaching a mislabeled Yeats poem. Hope you like it.
"Chad Harris" <vistaneedsmuchowork.net> wrote in message news:uDF7TseUHHA.4188@TK2MSFTNGP06.phx.gbl...
> Please quit flooding this group with questions that may be important to you
> that have nothing to do with Installation and setup of Windows Vista. There
> is a general group for that and there are several other Vista groups.
> Simply use Newsgroups on the toolbar>search for the word vista and you can
> see what category your question falls into. If it isn't a problem
> installing and setting up Vista--then this ain't your group. You make it
> harder to find the real setup problems on this group. It's like a guy going
> into the Lady's rest room. Odds are someone will point out you have your
> anatomy mixed up unless you're more of a charmer than I think you are.
> So keep questions out of this group that aren't Installation Questions.
> Adobe has nothing to do with Vista installation. Informational statements
> off topic of setup and install have nothing to do with it. Office--nothing
> to do with Vista setup. I have yet to see the Vista build that requires
> installation of Office in order to load and setup Vista. Drivers rarely
> have anything to do with setting up Vista. It comes with 19,5000 Drivers on
> the DVD and MSFT Update gets drivers every day from manufacturers and adds
> This group has been designated Setup for months. Please use it that way.
> The last three weeks it's gotten flooded with questions that have nothing to
> do with setup issues. It makes it more difficult to help on setup issues
> wading through all the messages that are important to you but don't have a
> damn thing to do with setup. If you can buy Vista, I assume you can read at
> some level. Put your general questions on the general group and leave this
> one for the setup issues.
> If it's Adobe--it don't go here.
> If it's driver--it don't go here.
> If it's Winmail--it don't go here.
> If it's Office related--it sure as hell don't go here and I've answered a
> ton of Office questions/Outlook questions and BCM questions on the general
> group even though they have their own groups and all their helpers have used
> and most have Beta tested Vista for over a year.