Time Warner Bricked my Modem

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Re: Time Warner Bricked my Modem

Post by fire818 » Fri Mar 28, 2014 5:45 pm

03_SONIC_BLUR wrote:
SonicVenum wrote:I'm not nearly as tech-savvy as these other guys, Jay. So, don't feel too left out. As far as "bricked," it just means a piece of hardware has been ruined by a software problem. In this case, John's modem was ruined by a software update TW forced upon it. So, now his modem is as useful as a brick for connecting him to the internet.
Jay, Juan has it exactly right. Imagine someone pouring epoxy down the spout of your favorite Grock 19 or M4. That would brick it for sure
Jay think about it like this... Imagine someone pouring epoxy down your Johnson that I think would brick it and painful

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Re: Time Warner Bricked my Modem

Post by Brakelate » Sat Mar 29, 2014 9:29 am

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Re: Time Warner Bricked my Modem

Post by jhwalker » Sat Mar 29, 2014 1:07 pm

fire818 wrote:
03_SONIC_BLUR wrote:
SonicVenum wrote:I'm not nearly as tech-savvy as these other guys, Jay. So, don't feel too left out. As far as "bricked," it just means a piece of hardware has been ruined by a software problem. In this case, John's modem was ruined by a software update TW forced upon it. So, now his modem is as useful as a brick for connecting him to the internet.
Jay, Juan has it exactly right. Imagine someone pouring epoxy down the spout of your favorite Grock 19 or M4. That would brick it for sure
Jay think about it like this... Imagine someone pouring epoxy down your Johnson that I think would brick it and painful
I think he had a Evinrude... :-D

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