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MrCSharp
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Fuck Google Chrome and fuck you too MSI...
Why the hell would you not allow me to register my motherfucking MSI motherboard without installing Chrome first.

We are now at this point where Web Devs are refusing to make a simple shitty html form work unless it is running in Google Chrome...

You know what? Shove a big fat horse dildo up your ass.. I'm not registering this piece of shit and if I find the dev behind this, I will shove the entire MoBo up their ass without lube just to watch them scream in pain and agony.

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  • 4
    Bye! I am going to cry in the basement for the rest of the day.
  • 10
    Why do you even need to register hardware? Warranty applies without registration.
  • 2
    @irene guessing update emails
  • 2
    @irene I do it for the free shit ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
  • 5
    Am using an MSI mainboard too, I don't see why you need to register this?
  • 4
  • 6
    BTW, using MSI board too. Never even thought of registering or installing some vendor shit 🤔
  • 6
    Registering your hardware is soooooo 2010
  • 2
    @irene you only have to register it for extended warranty, the regular warranty still applies
  • 2
    @620hun isn't that extended warranty against the law?
  • 3
    LOlL this is the best insult I have heard for a while
  • 2
    @irene why would it be? You’re not entitled to it, it’s something manufacturers offer at their own discretion.
  • 3
    @620hun because it's an obvious scam.
  • 2
    @irene but why? The manufacturer gives you something extra for your email address basically. If that’s a scam so are all services that require registration.
  • 2
    @620hun you got my thought. All those are scams. Warranty should be equal to all without any registrations or other shenanigans.
  • 3
    I'd love to try that too, so when it's my turn can you use lube?
  • 3
    @irene wanted to see if they offer anything by registering the MoBo… but fuck 'em and google chrome too
  • 2
  • 2
    @Condor is this your worst nightmare?
  • 2
    @wowotek thanks for tagging me mate.. and hell yes! May that abomination of daveluper burn in the deepest pits of hell!!! 😡
  • 3
    My guess is that MSI and Google have an arrangement. MSI promises that all registrations happen with Chrome, so the personal data that gets submitted therein is also sent to Google through Chrome's spying features, and MSI makes a small handful of money.

    I don't think this has anything at all to do with lazy developers.
  • 0
    @bahua Hard to tell with the available evidence. I see both happen all the time. Good point though. Either paranoia or disgruntled elitism rules the day. Hard to tell which is better.
  • 1
    @MrCSharp Wow! Well, I know I'm not buying MSI ever again. I thought Acer was bad enough (my Predator has a ton of shovelware on it, including an app that just SLOWS DOWN the network to "Optimize" it), but Chrome locked up my Home Theater PC one night. Decided it would update itself at 8:00pm, and sucked enough RAM, CPU, and network bandwidth to make Netflix stutter so bad I removed Chrome. No option I could see to change WHEN it would do an update. Outta here!
  • 2
    @jgwinner just don't install vendor software and use the hardware as is with just barebones drivers
  • 2
    The one piece of vendor software that can piss me off... GeForce Experience. Holy shit. Starts the moment I see the forced login
  • 2
    @irene That's what I normally do, although this laptop has all these extra weird buttons I didn't want to disable.

    I do usually find a manual HD wipe, reformat from DVD, and manual rebuild makes for a very stable system.
  • 1
    your aware that it‘s not the dev‘s decision to put that in right?
  • 1
    @jgwinner weird buttons probably need one hardware which does not require any strange registrations
  • 0
    // because
    system("chrome.exe our-shitty-website.com");
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