When I open Update Manager on 10.04, I am greeted by the following message:
When I click Partial Upgrade, halfway through calculating changes I get an error message that says that kde-udpate-manager is marked for removal but it is in the blacklist for removal. Is there a way to fix this?
I just bought a new laptop and, I usually just wipe Windows off and install Linux but, a long time ago, I read about being able to get a refund for Windows if I refuse the EULA or something like that. Based on what I read, Microsoft could either give me the refund or tell me to return the laptop upon not accepting the EULA.
So, I got tired of taking Infinity's back to Best Buy so this time when the guy said do you want a refund or exchange (with the emphasis on refund) I took the money and ran :). I was torn between the Nexus 10 and Samsung Note 10.1. What determined my eventual decision was the resolution on the Nexus, posts I read on here, as well as it already having JB installed.
I've just got an Asus laptop which of course came with Winblows 7 Premium. Is there anyone lucky enough who managed to get a refund from Asus or Microsoft? I got a refund from Dell without a problem. But Asus or MS... Anyone even tried? In Australia Asus only have a warranty department, so it's pointless talking to them, they don't know or can't anything.
These are both PS3 Digital codes (PSN digital versions, no hard copy). I just bought these on Amazon and don't need them anymore since Sony won't refund my more expensive purchases of these games in their store one day prior to Black Friday. Priced them both below the Amazon price.
A top selling point for Amazon’s new Kindle Fire HD‘s is the low price. The web giant stresses this fact because Amazon knows they won’t make most of their money by selling devices, but by selling things in their massive online database of consumer goods through their devices.
Now it is time for the refund you offered me. It is not much in relation to the trouble I got into, but it is something. I have replied to the last email send by John Beal (Customer Service Management Team), my mailbox is waiting.
I hope in the future you will treat customers in a way that will show that you respect their money, which without it you would be nothing.