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I didn't break it! Answered

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

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

No need - it seems to have solved itself.

*slowly hides hammer behind back*

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

look on your homepage, the forum is there twice.

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

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

The BBC is my home page!

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

9 years ago

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

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 ...

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

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

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...

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

it must be an British problem ;-)

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

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