Roxio is a LIAR (sparing)(ix)

Roxio is a LIAR (sparing)(ix)

Post by smh » Mon, 23 Jun 2003 07:01:09



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               Roxio is a LIAR (sparing)(ix)
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           DirectCD for Windows Technical FAQs
   http://www.roxio.com/en/support/dcdwin/dcdwinfaqs.html

        " In practical terms, you will probably
               never wear out a CD-RW disc.     "

The above is a LIE, according to none other than a cRoxio Shill:

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        From:    Mike Richter (Lying Scum)
        Subject: Re: What causes a failed burn on RW media
                         to result in a coaster?
        Date:    3/31/03

        Erasable media have proved both failure-prone and short-lived.

        It has never been clear how one should interpret the quoted
        life of 1000 erase cycles, particularly since UDF means
        erasing of specific bytes and sectors, not full discs.
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With a Shill like this, cRoxio doesn't need any critics!

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             cRoxio, Eat Your Heart Out !!!
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Roxio is a LIAR (sparing)(ix)

Post by Tim Kroese » Wed, 25 Jun 2003 06:11:09


Please note the *NEW* Abuse addy for SMH...

Be sure to mention this psychotic has been suspended from Usenet posting
many times; most recently from Giganews.   As he may be just
circumventing abuse reports there, please continue to address them to
GIganews also until they state he is no longer a customer for TOS abuse.





 
 
 

1. Mike Richter is a LIAR (directcd/sparing) (ix)

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         Mike Richter is a LIAR (directcd/sparing) (ix)
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[ Why does DirectCD use SPARING technique?  Why the bother, Mikey? ]

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From:    smh
Subject: Re: What causes a failed burn on RW media to result in a
               coaster?  Any fixes?
Date:    4/2/03


What kind of a cockamamie are you now spewing, Mikey?  The last time I
checked UDF means Universal Disk Format.  

BTW, whatever happened to the directory and critical areas?

     The nominal 1000 cycles has appeared to be a fiction to all
     of us who used fixed-length packets. Unfortunately, the first
     area to go (for understandable reasons) is that of the directory.

     packet writing uses more erase cycles in the directory area
     ...than many believe.

     The nominal life of an erasable is 1000 erase cycles, but that
     has not been realized in practice for many reasons. One is that
     critical areas of the disc are "erased" every time you modify one
     and eject it.

Also, have you heard of 'SPARING' technology, Mikey?

Also, what do you say to this, Mikey?

DirectCD for Windows Technical FAQs
http://www.roxio.com/en/support/dcdwin/dcdwinfaqs.html

     " In practical terms, you will probably
           never wear out a CD-RW disc. "

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[ Mikey, should you not have cRoxio rewrite the above? ]

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           Mikey, you are a Lying Scum!
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