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Microsoft has vowed to end its reseller partners' woes by fixing the unstable website used to register customer sales: by the end of next month Redmond's deal-registration website will be upgraded and will include a new business intelligence and analytics tool. The online system for inputting deals with IT buyers was launched …

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That's a terrible thing...

To call Steve Ballmer

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Re: That's a terrible thing...

True, he is not very Shiny.

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Re: That's a terrible thing...

Nah, it was obviously a thinly veiled Reg dildo analogy - probably something to do with potentially getting shafted or something.

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"True, he is not very Shiny."

Challenge; go to Youtube, search "Ballmer".

Watch the videos and take a shot every time there's a lens flare from his sweaty pate.

Call me when you get out of rehab.

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Re: Slow ASP

AMD website runs just fine and loads right in fire fox.

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Who'd a thought

MS software crashing, never heard of that before.

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And here I thought..

It was going to be an advert for a ripped of Trojan designed "Personal Masager" Wrapped in 40grit sand paper that promises to give the term "Red Ring of Death" a whole new meaning.

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Haha

They think the site is broken because they think the numbers are low, but the site is in fact working :D

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"But, as revealed by The Channel, the Partner Sales Exchange tool periodically crashed when it was overloaded with work, meaning some product orders had to be processed manually."

Why are the resellers complaining? They are selling what is crashing. They are experiencing what their customers are experiencing.

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