Recently I had a problem with my Vaio constantly blue screening with different errors each time. Further investigation of the errors led me nowhere, however, whilst trying everything I could think of I stumbled upon the problem.
It was the wireless!
The machine would function quite happily until I switched on the wireless device and then it would die.
Submitted by Dan White on February 20, 2007 - 1:57pm
Came across a bizarre problem today. Two PC's on a domain yesterday started printing to an OKI C5200n were producing nonsensical outputs (here's the standard Windows Printer Test page it produced). Other PC's on the domain were spooling through the server onto this printer and were printing correctly, as well these two machines. Printing directly from the server was also working correctly.
Submitted by Jamie Neil on December 19, 2006 - 12:09pm
There seems to be some problem in the way the Thunderbird email client handles certain kinds of attachment which means the message "This body part will be downloaded on demand" is displayed when you try to view a message. We've seen this problem both with VCard attachments (.vcf) generated by Thunderbird when combined with other attachment types, and with certain attachments sent from Microsoft Outlook.
Submitted by Dan White on December 13, 2006 - 11:46am
It seems that Access 2003 has a bug. Rarely, if the default printer is a PCL printer, this version of Access will simply refuse to recognise any printers - and they will not appear in the "Print" dialog window. There are three solutions that help.