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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Mike Voigt, Dec 5, 2001.
This is for anyone who has ever had to futz with a computer that ceased working...
How true how true!!!!
I personally like the Macintosh one!!!!
I came up with these ones (well, the first one) a few years back:
Anytime you change the radio station, you have to shut off and restart the car for the change to take effect.
The car comes with an AM/FM mono radio standard. If you want to upgrade, you have to purchase "Stereo 2000" separately, but many older cars don't have a big enough dashboard to fit the stereo. If you want a CD player, you have to purchase "Stereo 2000 Professional." The latest version, "Stereo XP" is even bigger and requires you to call Microsoft to get the anti-theft code so the radio will work. If you replace more than 6 components in the car, the radio will stop working until you re-activate it.
Microsoft cars have numerous security holes allowing thieves and carjackers to get into your car without your knowledge, unless you install a firewall and patch the security holes with Bondo.