27 posts • joined Friday 13th July 2007 15:47 GMT
They can work out how to enable Exchange Only lines at the same time! No fibre for me :( Not yet anyway LOL
Yep, got the news this morning, will stick around for the moment, I am no fan of Sky either and I bet you can be sure that Sky won't continue BE's excellent routed subnet (Muti-Static) IP's on their network. Just got moved over to the new core network as well!
Sadly despite my local exchange being FTTC enabled, I am an EO line, so no fibre for me for the foreseeable future :(
BE worked well, great support and very few problems IMHO, Sky is overloaded at best, adding another 500,000 customers is suicide without shoring up their infrastructure (although the rate of calls to the BE cancellation department did shoot up this morning, so there may not be many left come the sale! :) )
I keeeeel youuuuuuuuu!!!!
Sorry, just watched Jeff Dunham...couldn't resist, I'll get me coat.....
That they can't get their arses in gear and upgrade the analog network in my area in Southampton!!
I'd probably go for a bundle package if they did.
It only seems to affect machines running the 8.7i engine and XP SP3.
Fortunately we had not rolled out 8.7i to everyone yet, so only a small subset of our machines were affected.
I found the easiest solution was to copy the dat files from a 8.5i machine with the 5957 dats and also take a copy of svchost.exe.
Boot machine normally, when you get the DCOM is shutting down crap, open a command prompt and abort the shutdown, open viruscan console, turn off Access protection then go and shut down the Mcafee services.
Copy the dats into C:\Program Files\Common Files\Mcafee\Engine.
Copy svchost.exe to c:\Windows\System32
Reboot, job done :)
RHELS a measurement of time with the Daleks..?
Next the thing with have suckers on the front and go round blasting out exterminate before destroying a target!
Mines the one with the sonic screwdriver in the pocket and the geeks guide to Dr Who.....
How the hell is the shark supposed to press the button???
Wouldn't be so bad if...
Their website actually worked!!
I spent over two hours last night trying to book a flight to Dublin for 14 people, every time I entered all of the passenger names and clicked next, the damn thing kept timing out..
"or areas needing something that makes a lot of noise and has pretty blinking lights."
Yes, I remember those, my boss had me build one and shove it in a rack, it was just a panel with lots of flashing leds, he used to call it the 'Impresser'
Never told any clients what it was, but it did look good in the rack and they seemed to be impressed with it :)
As if they didn't make enough out of it already.
It's all part of the Lizard Army's plan to take over the world, somewhere to control all their mind control robots and taser fitted robots!
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