Back in the days, daptecs EasyCD Creator installed a bad set of aspi drivers which would result in bluescreens when booting, random lockups & blue screens (assuming you made it back into windows) , bad CDR burns, and CD's not being recognised.
When someone released an installer to replace the aspi layer with a newer version (or was it older version), adaptec set their lawyers onto him.
Not only did they inflict great pain on their customers, they then defended their stance with bulldogs.
2) Blindsuite - nuff said.
3) Sony - nuff said.
4) Sin - The game was not even playable from the CD install, without instantly jumping online and downloading the freaking huge patch - at a time when 56K modems was all the rage.
5) Starforce .. CD copy protection ... urgh.
6) Creative ... Sound blaster drivers ... don't even go there. They're released the same hardware, overclocking when fabrication technology progressed so they could shrink it, then claimed it was a new product ... for 15 fricking years
7) Apple ... don't hold that phone when you're using it. Have a shiny new case.
8) Apple ... virus's? What virus's? Oh ... bugger.
9) D-Link (DNS-323) -> Format Drive SDA .. OK (Formas Drive SDA, but upon reboot, switches SDB to SDA, and then formats that drive too).
10) Belkin. 802.11n access points/routers operate at speeds slower than 802.11G.
11) Vodafone. Would you like a scandal with that call?
Enough for you?