2 Replies Latest reply on Aug 7, 2018 8:17 AM by benman2785

    random advice for colesdav on how to post ;)

    benman2785

      because of Why is Microsoft  Windows 10 64bit automatically installing >1.5year old Crimson ReLive (17.1.1)  on my PC when 18.7.1 is the latest available driver for my cards? i will show colesdav that you can add all in one post

       

      1. first screenshot

      Ryzen_5_2600X_4.11GHz_1.219V_CPU-Z.jpg

       

      2. more screenshots

      Ryzen_5_2600X_OC_4.3GHz.jpg

       

      3. even more screenshots

      Ryzen_5_2600X_bench_4.3GHz.jpg

       

      4. if you have problems posting that - like your browser reloads or it fails sending it: it is either a malware, a wrong browser config, you dont use ublock OR your ISP is bad

      amdvsintel.jpg

      5. ;p

      38289277_1898317460207738_2746399923845988352_n.jpg

       

      6. dont use gif - try to stick to jpg

      Aluhut_akbar.jpg

       

       

       

      see . its working fine ;p

        • Re: random advice for colesdav on how to post ;)
          colesdav

          OK, so here was my last message to you about this and my explanation of why I post 1 numbered statement with 1 picture:

           

          "I know I can do a single 10 or 15 picture post. I have done them in the past. Again I often get logged off while posting, loose data in the process. It takes longer. Once I submit a post, if I make a mistake sometimes I am locked out from editing it. This is my way of working that suits me best and quickest. AMD is getting my time for free to attempt to sort out their bugs.

           

          You do not need to show me anything.

           

          Seriously I am finding it very difficult to deal with Microsoft Tech Support in discussing things with them. It is much easier to have a single point and a single picture in that case. I can easily point them to it. It saves masses of time.

           

          If you really have a problem with me posting it like this then please report it to a moderator and I can discuss with them.

           

          I do not want the thread taken off track with discussing this either. That will also make it more difficult for Microsoft Tech support I am talking with to navigate the post in discussing the problem.

           

          Maybe you want to open a separate post on the Forum to say that it is possible to post with more than one picture at a time?

           

          Thanks."

           

          Thanks for taking my advice and opening a separate thread on this topic.

          I really love your sense of comedy.

           

          Bye.