Good thing the Zune profanity filter is working


Comments (5)

  1. dumian says:

    Hi Keith,

    I’v got that too

  2. bitzie says:

    [link removed]  Sorry Susan.  🙂

    Rip the old one out… install the new one.

    Been there, done that.

  3. bitzie says:

    When you are faced with a horked up half installed Zune deployment.. I had to uninstall the Zune software and reinstall the new one.

    It’s the only way I could get the software installed because it kept failing and there was nothing else I could do as the add/remove wouldn’t work.

    Granted I’m hoping that the NOD/Defender and Haute Secure would warn me if that was code that was backdoored or something… but it did what I needed.. got the old software off because the Microsoft installer couldn’t do it.

  4. Keith Combs says:

    I hate it when that happens.  It happened to me on a MCE 2005 machine with Roxio 7.x.  I was pretty furious.  

    I have no excuse for our stuff though.  It should work.  Period.  

    However, computer science is still not an exact science.  I wonder what it will be like 20 years from now.  Self healing systems?

  5. Keith Combs says:

    I’m not sure anyone is getting what this post is about.  Replace the string ‘%1!s!’ in the dialog box above with f***ing.  I know it’s little rough for a public post, but we had a good chuckle about it when Kevin spotted it.

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