[Chugalug] OT Funny IT Stories
chad78 at gmail.com
Thu Aug 22 00:26:19 UTC 2013
Back when I worked in an office full time, we lost power during a lightning
storm, so someone called and reported it to the EPB, and we were waiting
for our turn to get power back, and one lady came over and said "My
computer isn't working".
"Yes, the power is out."
"I know that, but I can't get my computer to come on."
"You mean the computer needs power to work?"
"Yes, yes it does."
Apparently she thought that since laptops have batteries, all computers do.
//The More You Know!
*- Chad W. Smith*
On Wed, Aug 21, 2013 at 7:13 PM, Matt Keys <mk6032 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> A coworker responds to a frequent caller/emailer with a list of
> instructions to resolve an issue. The list was labeled 1 through 10. She
> responds back "Where do I start?"
> On 08/21/2013 09:58 AM, John Aldrich wrote:
>> Back in the day when I was working tech support for a certain local ISP
>> (now no longer in business) I was on the phone walking a customer through
>> setting up her email. After it was all set up, I told her something along
>> the lines of "now you can get on-line and download all your email." Her
>> response was "You mean I need to be on-line to get my email???"
>> I put the phone on hold and let out a shriek of anguish, then picked the
>> call back up and nicely told the lady, "Yes, you'll have to be connected to
>> the internet to get your email" at which time we exchanged pleasant
>> goodbyes and hung up.
>> At that point in my Tech Support career, I was walking customers through
>> making a dial-up using Trumpet Winsock in Win311/95 while working in Linux
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