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    #31
    Re: Not Impressed by VUDU

    Originally posted by Electric Frenzy View Post
    If you can't set this equipment by yourself in under 5 minutes then you don't deserve it. Please return it to the original owner ASAP. Thanks.
    I don't think that's a helpful attitude towards someone who has legitimate issues with a box that was not properly deactivated from a previous owner.

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      #32
      Re: Not Impressed by VUDU

      Originally posted by NA9D View Post
      I don't think that's a helpful attitude towards someone who has legitimate issues with a box that was not properly deactivated from a previous owner.

      In Electric Frenzy's defense, I think the original poster is guilty of trowing his proverbial toys out of his proverbial pram, so to speak.

      I hope he's since got every thing set up okay. This tread probably belongs in first-time setup (and the title should be changed to something more representative of the actual problem to help others searching for similar issues).

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        #33
        Re: Not Impressed by VUDU

        Originally posted by Citizen Erased View Post
        In Electric Frenzy's defense, I think the original poster is guilty of trowing his proverbial toys out of his proverbial pram, so to speak.
        True, but that had already been pointed out in a friendlier fashion some time ago. Also, this thread had pretty much ended over a week ago so there really wasn't the need for opening it up again like that.

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          #34
          Re: Not Impressed by VUDU

          Originally posted by Electric Frenzy View Post
          If you can't set this equipment by yourself in under 5 minutes then you don't deserve it. Please return it to the original owner ASAP. Thanks.
          I really think EF was just trying to be funny with this one, so I want to give him a pass. If you read the OP as if he couldn't figure out how to physically setup his system (vs. the actual problem of transferring a used Vudu to a new owner account), then I almost agree with the "return to the original owner" diagnosis. The Vudu really is easy to setup, and if you actually needed phone support to plug in AV cables, then perhaps you aren't quite ready for a VOD system as powerful as a Vudu.

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