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Baby Get Shaky!
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Topic # 57499 15-Feb-2010 18:37 Send private message


While browsing the mobile version of geekzone on Vodafone I've noticed I regularly get Runtime Errors when trying to read threads in the Telecom board. Its only happened on the Telecom board and doesn't effect all posts, just a random few. Currently the thread on Tworld costs and Employers reading your texts are stuffing up for me.

Has been going on on and off for last three months. Couldn't find the thread dedicated to the mobile version sorry.


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  Reply # 299198 15-Feb-2010 19:48 Send private message

I am having same problem. On xt thou.

BDFL - Memuneh
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  Reply # 299199 15-Feb-2010 19:49 Send private message

Thanks folks!

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Red Jungle

  Reply # 299261 15-Feb-2010 20:42 Send private message

Thanks - Should be fixed now. Let us know if you have any further troubles.

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Baby Get Shaky!
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  Reply # 299330 15-Feb-2010 22:05 Send private message

Cheers, I'll thrash it tomorrow and see what happens.

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