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Pokerj

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This message Server Busy appears several times within a 30 minute for no reason at all. Two options are given Switch To or Retry. Clicking on Switch To Start menu is displayed I ignore this and click outside the Start menu and the message disappears. Clicking on Retry nothing happens, clicking on cancelation box nothing happens. All other operations appear normal but just is annoying to have to go thru this procedure to delete the message box. Would appreciate any input. Thanks

Edited by Pokerj, 29 December 2005 - 09:13 PM.

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Mile Runner

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i must admit i do not know the awser to your question, servers will occaltionaly be busy, the best way to avoid that message all together is too try to avoid high hit sites, at peak hours.

i hope this is somewhat helpful, as i am not quite sure how too help you with closing that window, if you suspect it may be malware connected then i suggest you post a log there, but from what you have said i doubt that.
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Johanna

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How do you connect to the internet? Does this happen on one website or all? How dependable is your ISP? Have you dumped all your temp files recently?

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