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Shad, I know what a bear of a time you had betting MLS back on line and humming, so here's some info that might help in the future.

According to Dilbert, "If the framistan starts to gabol, just purge the cache within sixty seconds and the servers won't explode." :)

Actually, that senetence makes about as much sense to me as some of the error messages I've received.
 

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Windows Vista has crashed because of the bluescreen.

This is makes no sense either lol, IM trying to find the crash screen,  "windows vista crash recovery has crashed" I have seen it before lol




Andrew-
 

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Actual email from one of our users (in my company):

Read the original email first (at bottom) (horde is a web mail program)


You send an email to say it's not working? That's funny...

If I am able to read the email then it's working.

If I cannot get your email, then I would never know you were having trouble!

I have to keep this email and bronze it.

It's working now. Larry and I were modifying the system most of the evening, from about 2pm on...

Regards, Greg

-----Original Message-----
From: Sylvie Atanasio (125) [mailto:[email protected]]
Sent: Saturday, February 09, 2008 8:42 PM
To: 'Greg Elmassian'
Subject: help

Hi Greg,
I can not receive any e-mail, and I can not login to horde.
Thanks,
S.
 

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I was astounded last week when my Windows XP system gave me a real 'blue screen of death'. Yes, it went blue and the text in the middle said something like "windows is unable to continue.."

I thought they were gone forever - guess not.
 

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Posted By Pete Thornton on 02/23/2008 9:09 AM
I was astounded last week when my Windows XP system gave me a real 'blue screen of death'. Yes, it went blue and the text in the middle said something like "windows is unable to continue.."

I thought they were gone forever - guess not.


There is one error that is considered to be more drastic than the BSOD...

When the computer expels all the cables that are plugged into it and then hurls itself off the edge of your desk.
 
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