This is the result of a company being cheap. Using multiple vendors to work on their “system” has left them with a rats nest. Needless to say they were having connection issues that day. Gave them a quote to cleanup and examine the issue. Never heard back.
I know it could look a lot worse but this is the kind of crap I hate to deal with. They expected a cheap and fast fix. Turns out someone plugged in a residential wireless router so they could surf the net on the sales floor. I found an extension cord coming out of a ceiling tile leading up to the router. I told them to unplug it and like magic the network came back to life. Two DHCP servers on one network, tisk tisk.
Having to answer stupid questions just to get the removal tool for Norton was more than I could take that morning. I was removing it because it was flagging a legit program as malicious, Dragon Naturally Speaking.
Wow, this brings back memories. I should have linked this for Wayback Wednesday, but it is just too cool to share.
Watch the boot sequences for some major OS’s throughout the past 20+ years. I spy OS/2 Warp, early MacIntosh releases, Windows 3.1. There’s even a NeXT bootup in there.
via: [The Restart Page]
I really don’t think the circle is necessary…
PC or Mac it’s more common than it should be.
Makes visits a little more awkward!
You’re using the wrong type of phone…