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Tip from MS. Re: Difficulties in getting to Web sites.

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by RAM-PAGE, Jan 26, 2005.

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  1. RAM-PAGE

    RAM-PAGE Banned Thread Starter

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    Tip from Microsoft.

    While we strive to enhance your online experience, there may be times when our Web servers are unavailable. This downtime is necessary to perform site maintenance or to add additional features. There may also be times when the Internet or Internet Service Providers are experiencing heavy traffic which can affect the connection to our Web sites. Additionally, individual Browser or PC settings can also affect the functionality of many Web sites.

    Please make sure that your browser's cookies have been cleared out (the error page may be "stuck" in your browser's memory) and visit the site again to place your order.
     
  2. DaveBurnett

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    Did you copy this?
    Whoever wrote it is a danger to the online community and should be SHOT at dawn.
    You delete all your cookies if you want to (with the consequences of it). I'll clear out my ONLINE CACHE.
     
  3. RAM-PAGE

    RAM-PAGE Banned Thread Starter

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    Hello Dave,

    Shooting people is a capital offence.

    You had better tell WinXP 64-Bit Edition Order Admin.

    I keep the cookies I want to keep in a Cookie safe, especially to protect them from the Hunny Monster. :)

    "Computers were invented when a geek met a gook and decided to become nerds." Anon.
     
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