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Possible PC Advisor Website Problem?


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Is anyone else having problems with the PCA website over the past few days, or is it just me?.

The other day (possible Friday)it was server overload and site error plus 'waiting for' delays.

This morning trying to send posts are resulting in redirection to 'site error', with 'waiting for' delays.

I have even had a post that I have tried posting to, that repeated site error messages, and when it eventually took the post, a previous person and myself who had just managed to post, appeared to have no usernames attached (just envelope), but the originator of the post had theirs.

I am not having any problems with other websites. Using Google Chrome.

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wee eddie

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My 'Contact FE' Button has not been loading for the past week or two, but I gave up trying to contact anyone as the 'Contact us' - Peter Thomas bounces!

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Nontek

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wee eddie - the glitch is either fixed, or that makes two of us!

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Conny

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Seems fine for me. Can access all boards no problem. Wonder if my name comes up though?

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Conny

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Either 3 of us or fixed. Need one of the original repliers to try again I suppose.

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