Virginia's DMV still off-line
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 Virginia Politics blog reports.
Monday is 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.
Officials with the Virginia Information Technologies Agency, which runs the state computer network, report that work proceeded all weekend to fix the problem. They say that all but three or four of the 26 state agencies that originally had been impacted by the problem have been restored.
Go to the Virginia Politics blog for more on the computer meltdown.
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| August 30, 2010; 11:15 AM ET
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