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Same advice produces the same results

Posted 08-19-2010 at 08:41 PM by SilversleevesX

http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...7/#post4071846

Read the first reply, then read here:

If the definition of insanity is doing the same thing twice (or more times) and expecting different results, then the question becomes: "Who's the more insane? The person who follows the advice, knowing in advance it probably won't make any difference or work out the way they want it to, or the person who, after reading lines like '(adding vertical refresh and horizontal sync rates for example)', 'as Google has been worse than useless every time I search for problems as detailled as these' and heavy hints on the like uselessness of Ubuntu Forum posts, goes ahead and gives the same 'works for the rest of us -- why don't you try it?' advice just about 'everyone else' gave them?"

Nice to know insanity isn't necessarily a solitary state.

BZT
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