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This Web Site Is So Slow


redbarron

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Is anyone else having a problem with the speed of this web site. It's a joke. Since the upgrade/new look I find it almost impassible to use. Snails move quicker.

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john bunyan

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Yes - very slow. I checked my broadband speed and am getting 8.3Mbps so it seems a PCA site problem.

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cocteau48

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Definitely PCA at fault. All other sites are loading as normal but PCA Helproom has been virtually unusable for much of the day.

I shall go and watch paint dry instead!

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buteman

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It has been like that for most of today.

lets hope tomorrow will be a bit better.

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woodchip

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Just been watching TV till it speeded up as I could not get back in

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Aitchbee

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I am on dial-up. And it's working ok.

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Aitchbee

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You see : here I am again.

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Aitchbee

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That's all folks!

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mrwoowoo

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Very slow with chrome, but it's faster using ie8.

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Nontek

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Probably a bit of maintenance by the back-room boyos! Even slower earlier on today, on my Over 37Mb Internet speed.

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VCR97

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It's OK here.

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