> B) NT's documentation is absolutely useless, there is very little about
> troubleshooting an instalation or specifics on how the OS handles anything,
> so (unless you pay a ton of money for MS Press' books I guess) it is hard
> to solve problems (when they arise) on a box with NT, in essence it is a
> real black box.
Even with the books it's no picnic.
> C) Wanna hear a good one? [couldn't read the README for a CDROM
> until he'd installed the system]
Microsoft "Write" files are pretty standard, but certainly something like
a CDROM driver doc should be in a plain text format... otherwise you will
find yourself stuck if you have a problem with the driver and you're trying
to install off the CDROM.
> E) This one is the best: [installed wrong HAL.DLL]
Command line wouldn't have helped you. HAL.DLL is like the kernel.