Computer whisperer.

  spikeychris 19:41 29 Jun 2010

It's just so obvious now....if it doesn't work use the whispering technique. click here

  canarieslover 20:06 29 Jun 2010

My wife doesn't just limit the technique to just computers. Anything that moves, including me, gets the same treatment if it doesn't do what she thinks it should.

  ronalddonald 20:55 29 Jun 2010

why not just a sledge hammer.

  MAT ALAN 21:06 29 Jun 2010

Priceless, these a bit of all of us in that sketch...

  MAT ALAN 21:08 29 Jun 2010


  Þ² 22:54 29 Jun 2010

didn't laugh once, not even a smile and the canned laughter should have remained sealed.

  spikeychris 10:06 30 Jun 2010

just as long as you're happy..

  jack 11:04 30 Jun 2010

Going back to the dawn of Micro computers, the most effective treatment for recalcitrant devices was the 'Bruce Drop'
Simply close down, disconnect all.
Hold the the machine about 50cm above a pile carpet.
Then let go.
It went with a gentlest of thuds - and when restarted - Worked - most of the time.

  rawprawn 11:16 30 Jun 2010

Brilliant, how many times have we been there?

  wee eddie 15:45 30 Jun 2010

but it wasn't an Apple

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