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It wasn't me, but somebody seems to have broken the internet. Maybe dented it a bit. This site is fine, but the BBC keeps timing out, and I've noticed that several adverts here are doing the same. Any ideas or comments?

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lemonie (author)2009-02-10

Wild stab, but see what happens if you stop your DNS Client under Services

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Labot2001 (author)DJ Radio2009-02-14

lemonie left before you existed...

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DJ Radio (author)Labot20012009-02-14

I know that, but RS hyped him up so much.

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Kiteman (author)lemonie2009-02-10

No need - it seems to have solved itself.

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Labot2001 (author)2009-02-14

*slowly hides hammer behind back*

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The Jamalam (author)2009-02-14

:O Kitey, you double posted! I wouldn't expect that from you ;)

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Kiteman (author)The Jamalam2009-02-14
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The Jamalam (author)Kiteman2009-02-14

look on your homepage, the forum is there twice.

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Bartboy (author)2009-02-12

:O Same thing happened to 50% of my things!

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Goodhart (author)2009-02-11

Well, it has a nice accurate analog clock in the upper right hand corner anyways. :-)

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stinkymum (author)2009-02-11
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LinuxH4x0r (author)2009-02-10

YOU BROKE IT!
I've also noticed problems with ads :D
i'm a little excited/hyperactive because i'm ordering an arduino clone as i type (well actually resetting my paypal password...)

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Gjdj3 (author)2009-02-10

Haha, that seems like it would be useful if you didn't want things advertised at you on the internet.

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Goodhart (author)2009-02-10

I am not having any problems.....2 tabs open in FF, Media Player playing Beethoven's Last Night in the background from a CD, and I juts signed off from looking at me Work email, before closing up shop here and going in ...

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CameronSS (author)Goodhart2009-02-10

If you have TSO playing, that makes everything perfect, so it's not really a fair example.

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Goodhart (author)CameronSS2009-02-10

:-) well, MS Media player does put a bit of strain on the ole resources sometimes.

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Kiteman (author)Goodhart2009-02-10

Lots of sites in my bookmarks are working fine - it's just the BBC and the adverts.

The BBC are fine on TV, so nobody's bombed London...

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Goodhart (author)Kiteman2009-02-10

I have been checking out a few new sites this morning....still no problems

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Goodhart (author)Goodhart2009-02-10

it must be an British problem ;-)

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Joe Martin (author)2009-02-10

Sorry that MUST of been me severing butter into the interwebs.

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Kiteman (author)Joe Martin2009-02-10

Greasing the wheels of progress, eh?

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Joe Martin (author)Kiteman2009-02-10

You lied, you have broken it. I still have the BBC!

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