I have now had enough. I'll only post again if I have a problem that I can't fix, and hope that the truly expert members of this forum are charitable enough to help me.
That seems a rather extreme reaction to what reads mostly as a factual and reasoned debate up to that point. Black Hole is right - you stated that the OP should install auto-unprotect
without saying why and without providing the information needed for him to make an informed choice - that is, much slower copying back of HD content versus that content remaining encrypted; it also wasn't clear that this was an optional step.
You've both provided lots of good debate and information to this forum and the CFW and it would be a shame to lose either of you!
Do you know the saying "Arguing with an engineer is like mud wrestling with a pig; after a while you realise the pig likes it..."? There's nothing wrong with a good debate and I have experienced times when I'm happily continuing an argument only to find that the other person has at some point become angry. I suspect that often BH is just trying to clarify something or refine our collective understanding.
Re-read your post #11
- perfectly sound advice that would guide the OP through to a resolution, but that doesn't mean that BH isn't right when he points out the ambiguities or inaccuracy, just that most of us probably wouldn't have.