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    Re: NEWS: Nokia tops iPhone and BlackBerry (again), Apple as Nick Clegg

    In article <tkcmv5hd9s2082q40pd8veo1hcsooqujqc@4ax.com>, John Navas
    <jnspam1@navasgroup.com> wrote:

    > >specifically what gets corrupted? how is it out of sync? how did you
    > >fix it? you're very light on details, which is not at all surprising.

    >
    > If you don't known that and how a system crash can cause corruption of
    > open output or update files, not to mention the file system itself, then
    > you lack the necessary expertise to understand what I'm saying (no
    > offense intended).


    you're avoiding answering my questions and trying to twist it into
    something it isn't. so noted.

    of course a system crash can potentially cause problems (it doesn't
    always), but that's not the fault of itunes. furthermore, its database
    is not as fragile as you imply.

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    Re: NEWS: Nokia tops iPhone and BlackBerry (again), Apple as Nick Clegg

    In article <qhimv51dvm17ta3eq48i6u2l2afgnevjoc@4ax.com>, John Navas
    <jnspam1@navasgroup.com> wrote:

    > >> If you don't known that and how a system crash can cause corruption of
    > >> open output or update files, not to mention the file system itself, then
    > >> you lack the necessary expertise to understand what I'm saying (no
    > >> offense intended).

    > >
    > >you're avoiding answering my questions and trying to twist it into
    > >something it isn't. so noted.

    >
    > Nothing of the sort. If you're not being disingenuous, then you lack
    > the necessary expertise to understand what I'm writing.


    i understand it, and it's irrelevant. answer the question.

    > >of course a system crash can potentially cause problems (it doesn't
    > >always), but that's not the fault of itunes.

    >
    > Being so fragile is the fault of iTunes.


    it's not fragile

    > >furthermore, its database
    > >is not as fragile as you imply.

    >
    > It is fragile.


    nope. otherwise it would be a common problem. it isn't.

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