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      CommentAuthorflea
    • CommentTimeJun 6th 2007
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    I noticed alot of demos don't work or are broken...Any suggestions on how to lock them down while still letting people try them.Fry's is corrupt I am here to talk about it.
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      CommentAuthorworm
    • CommentTimeJun 6th 2007
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    put a password lol.. it so simple best buy does it. if you want assistance on the computer ask an associate.. if not then leave your not planning to buy.i am a worm.
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      CommentAuthorSevenup
    • CommentTimeJun 6th 2007
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    Which demos are you talking about?
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      CommentAuthorworm
    • CommentTimeJun 11th 2007
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    He probably is talking about mp3/ipod crap and speakers. You know some of the demo computers (not laptops) aren't functional. I think customers pull the ram.i am a worm.
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      CommentAuthorcalculon
    • CommentTimeJun 11th 2007
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    All of the demos start out as being fully functional.  
     
    The problem with most demos are that people treat them like dirt when shopping (mainly with portable devices). People somehow reason that if they can't get a demo to do something they want, then forcing it is the next obvious answer. Ripping out cables, pressing buttons too hard till they break, etc.  
     
    Touch screens are called "touch" screens for a reason. They're not "punch" screens.