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Instead of partitioning hard drive can i create seperate guest accounts like say 5 and run multiple amazon and ebay on each without them being linked?? using different dia;lup locations for all.
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Many people here doing that. You should be OK
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Instead of partitioning hard drive can i create seperate guest accounts like say 5 and run multiple amazon and ebay on each without them being linked?? using different dia;lup locations for all.
Some users are doing this.

For myself, I would not be running multiple accounts via one dial up provider.

Not stealth enough for my practices.

Consider other options.

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You want to run several eBay and Amazons on each user account? Better to stick to one EB and Amazon account per Windows user account. Unless of course I have misread and that is what you meant anyway

If you are going to be running a number of eBay and Amazons, may want to look into something other than Dial Up. Phone tethering and mobile USB sticks are good options.
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Thanks I have two different dial up providers and dial up all my accounts from different locations.

so I have my laptop partitioned 5 times(drive is small laptop is old) so on each partition I can create say two more guest accounts which would give me a total of 15 accounts with no chance of linking as long as I mix up the dialup providers through out each partition.

Am I correct. the guest accounts act like there own hardrive? Just want to be 100% before I go forward.. thanks in advance.
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Still not ideal to operate, imo.

Would not do it as I said.

For that many accounts, you want better diversity with IPs.

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I use different user accounts with fresh new window user accounts.

For dial-up, I simply vary the access number - different State/Province to get different IP.

Works well
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Thanks I have two different dial up providers and dial up all my accounts from different locations.

so I have my laptop partitioned 5 times(drive is small laptop is old) so on each partition I can create say two more guest accounts which would give me a total of 15 accounts with no chance of linking as long as I mix up the dialup providers through out each partition.

Am I correct. the guest accounts act like there own hardrive? Just want to be 100% before I go forward.. thanks in advance.
There is no need to partition the hard drive. Just have one, with 15 user accounts on it. Much easier

Really you want a larger pool of IP's than dial up will generally provide.
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Really you want a larger pool of IP's than dial up will generally provide.
In a nutshell.

To look totally different, the IP range must be totally different.


The flag system used by amazon demands this.

Simple as.

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To get that larger pool of IPs, you can vary the access number for the dial-in
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