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Windows 7: Install Windows 7 on a new C: drive maintaining use of the computer

28 Nov 2015   #11
nicholasm

Windows 7 Pro 64 bit
 
 

AddRAM,

I wanted a more thorough understanding of the solution and was simply asking for clarification of points that were not addressed in the previous responses. I don't see how that qualifies as a failure to read.

As for the question of rudeness, if your goal was simply to make sure I understood, you would have skipped the redundant (and condescending) question marks. I've seen far less informed questions than mine met with far more civil responses than yours in other threads.

What you (and the rest of the forum) don't realize is that your unedited response beginning with the three letter acronym of exasperation, Oscar-Mike-Golf, came through on my iPhone before the mods changed it. Now THAT was rude.

In retrospect, I should not have stooped to your level by adding "Understand?????" to my reply, and for that I apologize.


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