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Do I need to bother anyone


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#1 blainehof

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Posted 26 March 2009 - 08:25 AM

Hello all,
I'm new to this forum though I've posted to other hardware forums regarding issues I've had with new hardware. Anyways, I get the feeling that the moderators and people helping with answers here are extremely busy (I can understand this) so I guess what I'm asking is am I bothering people or taking up valuable time if my computer is running alright but seems to have some entries in my HiJack This log that could be questionable so I want to post it in the appropriate forum but I don't want to waste peoples time when my computer seems to basically be okay. I guess I'm asking if preventative type maintenance questions are a waste of time. Thanks,
Blainehof

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Posted 26 March 2009 - 08:36 AM

If you think you have problems, even though your computer is operating right, and even though you are very correct to see that those who help are extremely busy (underpaid and overworked, too), please don't hesitate to post a log in the appropriate forum. It might be helpful to indicate in the post Title something like "checkup" and then in the body indicate the entries you are questioning.
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#3 blainehof

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Posted 29 March 2009 - 10:24 AM

John,
Thanks for the reply and the info. I'll definitely try to be judicious when using time here in the forums and when it's possible to make small monetary donations to those that are helping me I certainly will. Regards,
Blaine




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