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  1. tenholde

    tenholde Mentor

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    Aug 17, 2007
    If you read your question and think about it, the question was the problem, not the 'smart-a' answer. How could anyone answer your question any other way without you specifying what you were doing with the cat5?

    Chill out!

    tenholde
     
  2. tcusta00

    tcusta00 Active Member

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    Then asking for clarification would have been the appropriate response, not "none."
     
  3. mhayes70

    mhayes70 New Member

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    There was several responses after the one word response that was very helpful to the OP and not just a one word answer.
     
  4. deltafowler

    deltafowler Duplicate User (Account Closed)

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    Actually, as explained previously, "None" was a technically correct answer to the question as presented.
    OBVIOUSLY, I expected a response that would lead to further clarification as to his intended use. Although it was quite reasonable to assume that it would be for 10/100 networking, there was no way to know for sure.
    I mean, if he knew how do HDMI over Ethernet, then he probably wouldn't have been asking the question to begin with, would he?

    Like the man said, "chill".

    He got his answer and we all had a little fun, and maybe even learned something.
    Certainly the OP learned the dangers of asking a poorly constructed question. :D
     
  5. tcusta00

    tcusta00 Active Member

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    *sigh*
     
  6. Simmerman

    Simmerman AllStar

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    ELE

    Everbody love everybody!
     

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