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Minor problem resulted in multiple posts

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Last evening I replied to a recent thread under the Beginning Carping section, titled "All Guests Non CAG Member Please Read". However, when I tried to post my reply, after a while it appeared to time out, so I clicked the "post" button again -- with the same result. I copied my response and saved it, intending to try again later. But when I logged on again today, I found that BOTH of my posts had appeared twice, so both of my attempts to post had actually succeeded.

Normally I would just chalk this up to a local problem with my own computer or wireless connection. But I noticed that "So Cal Carper" also had a post that appeared multiple times on that same thread -- and his posts appeared immediately ahead of mine (they all appeared within about 10-15 minutes of each other). Putting both his and my "incidents" together, I thought that perhaps the CAG website might have experienced a glitch around the time that we were posting.

This hasn't been a problem before, and might have been a one-time thing. Or it could have just been a coincidence that we both experienced similar (but local) problems. Anyway, I was curious to see if these were just isolated cases, or if the web site -- or maybe even the web host -- had a problem.

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With the ICE Storms and power outrages I've noticed so lag on the server and other internet sites.

That will result in the "OK" msg not getting back to your PC to confirm delivery.

I'll remove the duplicates.

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Thanks, Willem

That seems like a good explanation. I overlooked the weather issues, since we've only had rain here -- no ice or snow. :huh:

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I have had difficulty in attempting to post ideas on D.I.Y. projects, this very morning. I get most of the printing complete, when for some unknown reason, my computer shuts down. I have made three attempts, but am reluctant to proceed until this has been rectified. I cannot recall what was put into print, each time, which is most frustrating.

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I have now found that the problem was caused by a faulty modem.I am in the process of replacing this and trust that I do not have any further troubles.

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