Posted by moKoo on September 19, 2000 at 10:31:48:
In Reply to: Concerns with CD-ROM,,,HELP! posted by Ray Del Colle on July 31, 1999 at 11:09:13:
: Received the CD in Saturday's Morning mail.
: I did not load the CD-Rom on my hard Drive...
: I did not have very much success.
: I have been working with it for about 1 hour.
: Lots of problems and frustrations...I need things to be very user friendly...I had to restart my computer about 5 or 6X...and in the course of action my icons are all messed up...
: There were several screen freezes & error messages...
I'm trying to get any good input
from previous customers or visitors
who found: thewatersite.com -
they sell water filters, distillers and purifiers;
the site seems fine and looks great
but any first hand information
about this water filter outlet would be appreciated.
Is their service ok? what about quality?
Thanks for your time and help
: Then...My Norton Win doctor told me there were some Window Problems...I fixed that...
: Win doctor did not detect any windows problems until after I loaded the Bentley CD-Rom
: Then I started the CD-Rom again...still problems...
: --"If CD-Rom is still in Drive it may require cleaning..."
: At least 3X ...System is Busy ...
: In the center of the screen when trying to do Match the Flakes there was Wilson Bentley Digital Archive a PWPG MULTIAMEDIA Production copyright Peter Wolf...Screen over the Game which I couldn't remove.
: ...at times Dark Screen...
: I am very frustrated...As it is now...if there are no improvements...I may want to return the CD-Rom and get a refund????!!!!
: I would like to use the CD-Rom without having to Wrestle with the computer....I feel so clumsy and so helpless...I have a graduate degree...however, it is not in computer science...
: I was able to look at an Article about Bentley...the table of contents...
: I don't want to deal with it any longer today...I will be away for a 2 weeks...When using it again...I need to plan on about 1 hour of "down time???"
: You wanted some feedback...HELP!!!
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