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    Microsoft blamed Apple for Windows crash!
    http://oca.microsoft.com/en/response...de4857&SID=623
    That is the response I got when surfing the web and when Windows crashed an my browser closed, it took me to that page and blamed it all on Apple!

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    Well if it is a Quicktime issue, then it is Apple's problem. Don't see anything wrong with that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by schweb
    Well if it is a Quicktime issue, then it is Apple's problem. Don't see anything wrong with that.
    I agree. Microsoft can't control all the software that is written to run on their OS.

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    Heck, they can't even control their OS very reliably...

    Although is IS disappointing that they couldn't write the webisite differently so that it works properly.
    "Luck favors the prepared"

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    Quote Originally Posted by sevenhelmet
    Although is IS disappointing that they couldn't write the webisite differently so that it works properly.

    What is it supposed to do?

  6. #6
    lil
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    To presume Apple and the Mac to be perfect and Microsoft the root of all evil would be a great mistake. One must learn from one's weaknesses and failings in order to move on and overcome them...

  7. #7
    sursuciofla
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    "Why do we fall? So we can learn to pick ourselves back up."--Thomas Wayne

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    Yes after all quicktime does run a background process on windows.

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    I don't know what that problem is. It just says "problem with Quicktime." Well, it is Apples issue, but who is to say thaat it can't be a compatibility issue?

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    MacLone
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    Do you remember years ago when apple sued microsoft because quicktime was doing poor performance because some strange code in windows?
    Now it's apple's fault? I really don't think so.

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    ah well

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