13 posts • joined Friday 9th May 2008 16:11 GMT
disguise them as wheelie bins? no-one will notice a few extra...
My local CollectPlus
IS in town. The PO, and DHL, HDNL, Yodel depots are ALL nearer
Read the HP support forums - this has to be one of the worst printers HP ever produced. Problems with paper feed and printheads are common - the heads are £40 EACH +/- and seem to have a high failure rate.
Race to Infinity winners
Served by one of the winning exchanges in the Race, what happens when most of the cabinets ARE in satellite villages?
It would generate a spectacular publicity disaster if BT failed to fulfil its "promise" Place your bets.....
(By the way at least 2 of the winning exchanges are not on El reg list)
The problem with the "100%" exchanges lies squarely with BT and their estimates of the total voting population in the exchanges. It became clear from the door-to-door campaigning in my area (Madingley) that BT's database had substantially under-counted the number of eligible premises. Most of the "100% exchanges" stil have votes to register!
Has all the makings of a great BT pr disaster.....
left hand down a bit..
Let's hope they never meet a Sudanese pirate dinghy. It would be a short fight, and £1bn goes to Davy Jones's locker. Alternatively the pirates take it into port and kit it out with some serious firepower
All OK now (at last)
After putting SP3 on my Acer AMD Turion laptop the machine refused to shut down. Eventually a huge crash corrupted the AV (Avast) and firewall (Comodo) plus programe settings for anything elsethat was running.
Eventually tracked the problem down to the Buffalo Drivestation attached to the Firewire port. After switching it to a spare usb port all is fine, fingers crossed