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Only affects the 2400G and 2200G, though.
Reports of their deaths exaggerated.
Freezes on dual-drive installations.
Better hope you had backups.
RepricerExpress sells inventory for 1p.
A problem with the consolidation of three different websites has left some Microsoft customers unable to log in to the Volume Licensing website - in some cases, for several weeks.
If you're playing Batman: Arkham Asylum from a pirated version then we've got bad news for you...
A bug in the latest virus definitions for Computer Associates' range of anti-virus products left customers with important system files missing.
A glitch in an Amazon offer of £3 off purchases on its MP3 Store over Xmas lead to some customers being able to download as much music as they wanted, free of charge.
"Human error" is blamed for a glitch at Google that saw the site warning users that the entire internet could "harm your computer" for half an hour on Saturday.
A fix for a critical data-guzzling bug in Windows Home Server won't be made available until June 2008, a full six months after the problem was brought to Microsoft's attention.
A Halo fan that got his hands on a test build of the new game has been banned from Xbox Live for 7,992 years.
Early reports from Japan suggest that the first batch of Pentium D 900 series processors may not have some or all of Intel's power-saving technologies in a fully functional state. Intel has stated that the problems will be fixed in a BIOS update expected in Q2.
A bug in the SafeSearch feature unleashes a torrid torrent of XXX content. Daughters disturbed, Hell freezes over, etc.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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