Bad Signs, Cont.

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Well, you’re doomed.

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10 Responses to Bad Signs, Cont.

  1. well, I’ve always strived to avoid that. Because it seems often it results in computer encountering a window.

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  2. well, that is a disconcerting message to see at the entrance to the Microsoft campus.

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  3. Ten Bears says:

    I’m guessing the ‘puter needs a (re)boot but the billboard is the monitor that no one is … monitoring. Back when I was in the business we called that not an ID10T error but a buke: between user and keyboard error. And no, I’m not at all surprised, that joint’s all honcho no janitor.

    [posted from my somewhat modified M$ Surface (Pro) Windows10* tablet]

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    • MDavis says:

      We used to call it BCAK – Between Chair And Keyboard,

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      • We use PEBCAK: “Problem Exists Between Keyboard and Chair” I could list like three examples just from today in our helpdesk ticket system…sigh

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      • tengrain says:

        Back when I was writing help desk software, we had a primitive AI that would “bubble-up” the solutions that solved the case problem so that the phone team could suggest it earlier in the call. The problem was that the most common solution was always RTFM.

        I like the BCAK and PEBCAK acronyms better.





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  4. spotthedog says:

    Try turning it off and back on.

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