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When Giving Out Advice...

Postby Fly2e » Tue Dec 05, 2006 10:33 am

When Giving Out Advice on tweaking and hardware issues......



When giving out advice on tweaks and or advice on things to perform on your system, please be aware that you better know what you are talking about.

Many of the tweaks and system processes for gaining performance are crucial adjustments and can
harm or destroy your machine if you do not know what you are doing or what you are advising to others! Please act responsibly!

We are noticing allot of people giving out very critical processes who don't have the experience or knowledge about what they are advising, they have only done the process. Just because it worked for you, does not mean that it will work for everybody. Shutting down things and or making adjustments to your registry, system processes, etc.., may open up a can a worms for you and your PC if they are not done precisely as instructed and by somebody with the credit to back it.

Also, please make sure the person telling you what to do is knowledgeable in what they are saying and can take you through the entire process as you may end up with a PC that will not boot up the next time you try to. There are some very informative things posted by some very reputable people who know what they are doing. Some of you are copying these processes and telling newer members to "just do this" without any knowledge of how, why or what will happen if not done correctly!

We are seeing a number of posts with people just telling others what to do and do not know the impact it may have on some-body's PC. Some of these machines may be used by a family and by doing some of these tweaks, you have just compromised the system and or done something that is now not irreparable. I myself have received 3 emails concerning this very thing.


Simviation will not be held liable for adjustments and or damage done to any machine because of advice and or processes made to one's machine.[/glow]

We appreciate your willingness to help others, as that is what this site is based on. What we are saying is if you are giving out critical advice to perform one's machine, you better know what you are talking about.

Thank you for your cooperation.
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