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  1. #11
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    Default Re: PressF1 is buggy AF?

    Yea, get piroska's friend employed!!

    Really amazing how this has been let to drag on.

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    Default Re: PressF1 is buggy AF?

    I think it's a hardware problem, most likely their server is about to die.
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    Wow been up for a couple of days, now!

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    Default Re: PressF1 is buggy AF?

    Quote Originally Posted by Rod J View Post
    I think it's a hardware problem, most likely their server is about to die.
    I think not.
    But if it was, hell, all of us could fix that!
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    Wow still going this morning, fingers crossed.
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    Default Re: PressF1 is buggy AF?

    Quote Originally Posted by Rod J View Post
    I think it's a hardware problem, most likely their server is about to die.
    Quote Originally Posted by piroska View Post
    I think not.
    But if it was, hell, all of us could fix that!
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    Default Re: PressF1 is buggy AF?

    If I go to pcworld.co.nz page, and click on pressF1 tab, the "pressf1 site is currently down", the next page says.

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    Default Re: PressF1 is buggy AF?

    Quote Originally Posted by rumpty View Post
    If I go to pcworld.co.nz page, and click on pressF1 tab, the "pressf1 site is currently down", the next page says.
    I had the same issue but then changed the bookmark to go directly to the forums page. I found I could access it this way but not by clicking through from the home page.
    I found this by using another browser which showed the forums were working even though the original browser couldn't access it as mentioned.

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    And now there is no one to remove the spammers!!! This is getting even more ridiculous.

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    Default Re: PressF1 is buggy AF?

    Is there any update on this... seems the issues are starting again.

    For the past week or so I've been getting the service unavailable, bad gateway and vBulletin database error messages. Refreshing multiple times does eventually get me back to the site but seems the issues have either returned or no action has been taken....yet.

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