My apologies. I didn't reply as the issue got resolved and I should of said thank you. I've got a crazy hectic life and didn't want to prove rude or ungrateful. This forum is such a huge help for me. I'm learning about computers through this forum.. I seem to have resolved the issue AGAIN and I couldn't be more grateful
I really didn't realise Anyone would worry that much .
Responding to all responses to threads you start asking for help is a mandatory courtesy. People being what they are, most volunteers understand that they don't always get responses, but multiple offenses from a single person is a major red flag, and I validate the previous sentiments regarding "abandonment". It's not the thread it's the lack of gratitude shown to the persons that tried to help, and got nothing in return for it. i.e. ignored.
From the perspective of the person trying to help, at least from me, I'm a bulldog. A fighting, grab the malware by the throat and shake it hard until it dies kind of bulldog and I don't give up and I don't quit and I don't just "let go" because someone else told me to stop, when I get on a situation it's a fight to the death. In short, people get emotionally invested in the "fight", and so they have an investment in how it turns out. For me, personally, it's not so much the gratitude as it is the information on "how it turned out". It's like reading a novel and never reading the last chapter. All that time and emotion put into something and you never know whether or not you did any good, or wasted your time, or what.
It's good you are learning computer repair on this forum. I learned a lot on another forum, over years and now I make money doing it. At some point in a person's development, they need to start giving something back and helping someone that knows less than they do. No matter how little a person knows, there's always someone that knows less and can use the help. It doesn't take much to transition from being someone that receives help, to someone that gives it.
Why. Because when it's YOU that's trying to help, and you offer a suggestion and don't get a response, then you know EXACTLY what it's like. No one has to tell you because it's happened to you, and you know. Makes for a better, healthier and more balanced person, which transitions into real life.