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Va . DMV problems to stretch into Tues.

4:30 p.m. Update: Virginia's computer problems will stretch into Tuesday as commonwealth officials say that the Department of Motor Vehicles will be unable to process driver's licenses or ID cards at its 74 customer service centers.

More details to come.

Original post: State computers continue to be plagued by a network problem that will be a particular hassle to drivers who need to renew their expiring licenses, the Post's Roz Helderman reports.

Today marks the fourth business day in a row that the state's 74 DMV offices have been hamstrung by the widespread computer failure, a problem that's been traced to a hardware malfunction at the state's data center near Richmond, which caused 228 storage servers to go off-line.

Read the full post here.

By Washington Post Editors  | August 30, 2010; 4:34 PM ET
Categories:  Virginia  
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