Computer problems continue at Va. DMV
Virginia's Department of Motor Vehicles offices still are unable to issue new or replacement driver's licenses, a day after a computer outage caused the state's largest digital malfunction since 2007.
The computer troubles were caused by hardware issues at the state's data center late Wednesday, when 228 servers went offline. Workers tried to repair the malfunctioning servers overnight, bringing 60 percent of those attached to the state's storage system back online.
But the state's 74 DMV locations are still facing problems, with customers unable to obtain new, replacement or duplicate driver's licenses, said Melanie Stokes, a Virginia DMV spokeswoman.
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