If you're a bit of a novice with PC's and you get a problem then you'd ask for help in a PC forum. So, you ask for help and get no replies. That's fine. Then you think "I'll ask in another PC forum for help". Now that is common sense. You hope someone else will be kind enough to spare their free time to help you out and you'd be most greatful. Sometimes, though, the fact that you post in two forums will work against you and you could end up with no help at all. Pity really. click here
most questions i ask here i usually post on the suppliers/ makers site also seemed like common sense to me especially if you are getting no replies. yeah we are closing your thread please give us some cash, genius!
maybe one is forgetting that the specialist forums such AS malaware run a 'different type of ship' to 'normal forums'? if you note in this thread ON that forum , click here
this gives very good reasons why the specialist forums do NOT appreciate people posting logs on more than one forum
and, just suppose you DID post(please DONT!!) on say THREE different specialist forums with the SAME log ;such practice will tie up THREE different volunteer helpers for starters, two of whom could be helping other victims who are STILL awaitng replies on other forums
Well they certainly have a high opinion of themselves. But I had a look at their forum rules and they really seem to me to have a flea where the sun doesnt shine. Definitely NOT user friendly, in my opinion. Oh, and their own rules mention nothing about cross posting, seemingly consisting mainly about rants about various ISP's spam traps.
I think the lad from essex (the site owner) can keep his site. I'll stick to where the advice is a little more friendly, and probably better quality as well.