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Posted: 11-Mar-2003, 12:38 PM
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Our radio server has been running non-stop over 1 year and yesterday the power-supply died. Thanks to some quick thinking by my awesome most talented wife, the station was down for less than an hour or two.

Actually, it only took her less than 45 mins to diagnosis the problem, open up the server and replace the dead power supply. So a big thank you goes out to her today. In between driving kids to dance, karatee, horse, pre-school classes, home schooling our teenage daughter and a 1000 other things during the day she was able to fit this in. She has also kepts the station running smooth when an occasional error pops up, so I just wanted to say........

Thank you Shari!!!

P.S. Her birthday is on St. Patrick’s day so feel free to wish her a happy birthday.

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Posted: 11-Mar-2003, 01:24 PM
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Wow well done shari! Yeah i wondered what happened yesterday afternoon as both winamp and media player didnt reach yer station. But in the evening it was allright again thank God! Cheers again, Shari, and I hope Paul gets ye a bunch of flowers! :) :D ;) :laugh:

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Posted: 11-Mar-2003, 02:00 PM
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I'm new here and tried to give the station a listen yesterday as well and wondered if it was just my crazy computer that couldn't gain access....Thanks to you Shari I am enjoying the music now!!   :)

Thanks to ALL who make this forum possible....I know what a pain as well as a blessing they can be :cool:

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  Posted: 11-Mar-2003, 06:10 PM
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Thanks Shari!!!

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Posted: 12-Mar-2003, 04:09 PM
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Sometimes it takes a WOMAN to think quick and fix it. :D Thank you, Shari

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