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Re: Any Key... or Any Other Key

2007-11-16 15:36 • by XIU
Press the 'a' key or any other key? :P

Re: Any Key... or Any Other Key

2007-11-16 15:36 • by Someone You Know
Your password has expired and must be OK?

Re: Any Key... or Any Other Key

2007-11-16 15:39 • by FireJayPa (unregistered)
Your password has expired and must be special??

/Captcha -- dubya ; special huh

Re: Any Key... or Any Other Key

2007-11-16 15:41 • by OneMHz
"Your password has expired and must be."

That's what Hamlet really said.

Re: Any Key... or Any Other Key

2007-11-16 15:42 • by Jon H (unregistered)
CTRL - G enters the RAID BIOS Console, we better hope that CTRL is not the "Any key", or he will never get into the RAID console :)

Re: Any Key... or Any Other Key

2007-11-16 15:46 • by BlueXero
So what if it enjoys making him sad?

Re: Any Key... or Any Other Key

2007-11-16 15:47 • by Sarcastic (unregistered)
Seventh!

Re: Any Key... or Any Other Key

2007-11-16 15:47 • by catch22 (unregistered)
:p it's like Home Simpson asking
'Press any key... Where the "any" key?'

I shut up, this joke is way too old.

Re: Any Key... or Any Other Key

2007-11-16 15:51 • by Jack (unregistered)
Your password must be or not to be.
Your password has expired and it isn't is any more.

Re: Any Key... or Any Other Key

2007-11-16 15:52 • by vt_mruhlin
lisa:
That's also a sentence fragment.

Linguo:
Must...conserve...battery...power...

Re: Any Key... or Any Other Key

2007-11-16 15:54 • by Some Playwrite (unregistered)
161238 in reply to 161235
Jack:
Your password must be or not to be.
Your password has expired and it isn't is any more.


Alas, poor Yorick! I knew him, Horatio:

Awww shit ... now you know my password; Horatio.

And I can't even change it!


Re: Any Key... or Any Other Key

2007-11-16 16:08 • by ParkinT
"Your password must be..." Broadcast all over the Internet!

Re: Any Key... or Any Other Key

2007-11-16 16:19 • by dan (unregistered)
Master Yoda last message wrote, it like "And your password must be expired" look should.

Re: Any Key... or Any Other Key

2007-11-16 16:23 • by FredSaw
161243 in reply to 161233
Sarcastic:
Seventh!
Sorry, it's not official unless it's misspelled. "Sventh" or "Sevenst" would work, for example.

Re: Any Key... or Any Other Key

2007-11-16 16:24 • by dtech
Press a key to enter ... or any other to continue

Shouldn't you press the 'a' key then? like I do below:
aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

Re: Any Key... or Any Other Key

2007-11-16 16:28 • by w00t (unregistered)
161245 in reply to 161238
Some Playwrite:
Jack:
Your password must be or not to be.
Your password has expired and it isn't is any more.


Alas, poor Yorick! I knew him, Horatio:

Awww shit ... now you know my password; Horatio.

And I can't even change it!




Looks like someone... lost his head..

*CUE CSI:MIAMI TUNE*

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_sarYH0z948

Re: Any Key... or Any Other Key

2007-11-16 16:29 • by FredSaw
161246 in reply to 161238
Some Playwrite:
Jack:
Your password must be or not to be.
Your password has expired and it isn't is any more.
Alas, poor Yorick! I knew him, Horatio:

Awww shit ... now you know my password; Horatio.

And I can't even change it!
To be, or not to be: that is the password:
Whether 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer
The slings and arrows of outrageous security,
Or to take arms against a sea of login errors,
And by hacking end them?

Re: Any Key... or Any Other Key

2007-11-16 16:30 • by Vechni
press the any key?

i pressed pause break and nothing happened

Re: Any Key... or Any Other Key

2007-11-16 16:45 • by hallo.amt
161248 in reply to 161243
FredSaw:
Sarcastic:
Seventh!
Sorry, it's not official unless it's misspelled. "Sventh" or "Sevenst" would work, for example.

so nintenht would be ok ?

Re: Any Key... or Any Other Key

2007-11-16 16:47 • by W (unregistered)
The first one should probably say "Press 'a'...".
The third one is obviously

Re: Any Key... or Any Other Key

2007-11-16 16:50 • by Renan_S2
Incomplete sentences can cause

Re: Any Key... or Any Other Key

2007-11-16 16:58 • by Keyless (unregistered)
Looked all over the keyboard and can't find a key, but I did however find a couple of locks....

captcha tesla - shocking

Re: Any Key... or Any Other Key

2007-11-16 17:06 • by Weff Jebster (unregistered)
That's not a sentence fragment. It has a subject and a predicate, so it's a full sentence; the password must be, or exist. Not only is it a full sentence, it is true, however uninformative it may be.


CAPTCHA: muhahaha, the evil giggle of the Grammar Geek.


Re: Any Key... or Any Other Key

2007-11-16 17:11 • by AdT (unregistered)
Did anyone else have a déjà vu?

Of course it's not the same message, but oh so similar.

Re: Any Key... or Any Other Key

2007-11-16 17:12 • by DaemonWTF
That BIOS is all sorts of messed up. Even the word "handled" is misspelled.

Re: Any Key... or Any Other Key

2007-11-16 17:19 • by wikipantia (unregistered)
161256 in reply to 161254
My favorite part about the bios one is "disks(s)". wtf?

Re: Any Key... or Any Other Key

2007-11-16 17:26 • by purge
The Windows logon message is set by the sysadmin. I want to build an application that will ajax-browse the InterWeb. I can do it, too!

Re: Any Key... or Any Other Key

2007-11-16 17:30 • by Walton T. Fudgeslinger (unregistered)
161258 in reply to 161254
DaemonWTF:
That BIOS is all sorts of messed up. Even the word "handled" is misspelled.


No it isn't, it just means that the BIOS has filled your logical drives with baroque music.

Re: Any Key... or Any Other Key

2007-11-16 17:56 • by Grimoire
161259 in reply to 161258
Walton T. Fudgeslinger:
DaemonWTF:
That BIOS is all sorts of messed up. Even the word "handled" is misspelled.


No it isn't, it just means that the BIOS has filled your logical drives with baroque music.


Winner!

Re: Any Key... or Any Other Key

2007-11-16 19:48 • by curtmack
This is beginning to look like a Candlejack thre

Re: Any Key... or Any Other Key

2007-11-17 04:39 • by Patrik (unregistered)
The real WTF is that that BIOS is using Comic Sans.

Re: Any Key... or Any Other Key

2007-11-17 04:45 • by Izzy (unregistered)
I pressed my car key. The car went "beep-beep."

Re: Any Key... or Any Other Key

2007-11-17 07:19 • by Thomas (unregistered)
161285 in reply to 161258
Walton T. Fudgeslinger:
DaemonWTF:
That BIOS is all sorts of messed up. Even the word "handled" is misspelled.


No it isn't, it just means that the BIOS has filled your logical drives with baroque music.


Nice one.
:-)

Re: Any Key... or Any Other Key

2007-11-17 08:44 • by dkf (unregistered)
161287 in reply to 161282
Patrik:
The real WTF is that that BIOS is using Comic Sans.
Can't be. The BIOS is using a fixed width font (compare the widths of 'i' and 'm') and yet Comic Sans is a variable-width font.

Re: Any Key... or Any Other Key

2007-11-17 10:38 • by durnurd
161291 in reply to 161252
That's not a sentence fragment. It has a subject and a predicate, so it's a full sentence; the password must be, or exist. Not only is it a full sentence, it is true, however uninformative it may be.


A full sentence ends with a punctuation mark, does it not? It is a full clause, but it is out of context.

Re: Any Key... or Any Other Key

2007-11-17 11:30 • by niteice
Maybe Candlejack captured the author of th

Re: Any Key... or Any Other Key

2007-11-17 12:56 • by AppleMunkey (unregistered)
The DCOM submitter doesn't know how to make screenshots.

Captcha: waffles, hmmmm

Re: Any Key... or Any Other Key

2007-11-17 14:07 • by gygax (unregistered)
161299 in reply to 161256
wikipantia:
My favorite part about the bios one is "disks(s)". wtf?

Gollum is a programmer nowadays? Damn. ;)

Re: Any Key... or Any Other Key

2007-11-17 14:13 • by An apprentice (unregistered)
The second one is actually not that bad. I'd me much more worried, if my computer wrote:

A DCOM error occurred - LOLOLOL!

Hey Everyone, I Messed Up in Iraq

2007-11-17 16:45 • by George W. Bush (unregistered)
"Your password has expired and must be OK"

It means OK as in valid. The password was clearly valid because otherwise the luser couldn't pick it as his password.

Re: Any Key... or Any Other Key

2007-11-18 03:35 • by Thera (unregistered)
This password must be exterminated

Re: Any Key... or Any Other Key

2007-11-18 17:08 • by Anonymous (unregistered)
161348 in reply to 161287
dkf:
Patrik:
The real WTF is that that BIOS is using Comic Sans.
Can't be. The BIOS is using a fixed width font (compare the widths of 'i' and 'm') and yet Comic Sans is a variable-width font.

looks like Monaco to me

Re: Any Key... or Any Other Key

2007-11-18 17:38 • by lyricnz (unregistered)
Well, the BIOS wasn't looking good, even from the previous line, where they spelt "handled" incorrectly...

Re: Any Key... or Any Other Key

2007-11-18 19:13 • by real_aardvark
161352 in reply to 161252
Weff Jebster:
That's not a sentence fragment. It has a subject and a predicate, so it's a full sentence; the password must be, or exist. Not only is it a full sentence, it is true, however uninformative it may be.

CAPTCHA: muhahaha, the evil giggle of the Grammar Geek.

Sadly, you are entirely correct.

However, beyond mere grammar, there is the fertile field of epistemiology. I feel that this is an area as yet unconsidered by "Error'd."

If your password has expired, and therefore "must be" -- which is an entirely reasonable assumption -- then is it true to say that "before it expired, it might have been?"

And what of the new password? Must it be? Might it be? Should it have a choice in the matter?

These are deep waters, and I suspect that popping up a "dialog box" with a single "OK" button is the best alternative to drinking yourself to death in a Parisian cafe on absinthe.

On the other hand ... I kinda like Parisian cafes.

Re: Any Key... or Any Other Key

2007-11-18 19:19 • by rycamor (unregistered)
161353 in reply to 161258
CONFIGURATION ERROR: ONE OR MORE HARD DRIVES IS BAROQUE. HAYDN'T YOU FIX THIS YET??? IS BAD.
HIT BACH KEY TO ENTER DISK BIOS. HIT ESC KEY FOR LISZT MODE.

Re: Any Key... or Any Other Key

2007-11-19 00:26 • by nomdeplume
We have some HP access points that prompt you to "Press specific key" to interrupt the boot sequence when the bootloader is loading.

I'm assuming that's programmer humour.

Re: Any Key... or Any Other Key

2007-11-19 03:37 • by NeoMojo (unregistered)
161430 in reply to 161250
Renan_S2:
Incomplete sentences can cause


There are 2 types of people in this world

1) Those who need closure.

Re: Any Key... or Any Other Key

2007-11-19 07:50 • by T $
161435 in reply to 161230
Jon H:
CTRL - G enters the RAID BIOS Console, we better hope that CTRL is not the "Any key", or he will never get into the RAID console :)

Or the G for that matter.

Re: Any Key... or Any Other Key

2007-11-19 11:35 • by Chris (unregistered)
Your password must be... let me guess... I've got it on the tip of my tongue...

Re: Any Key... or Any Other Key

2007-11-19 12:44 • by Malfist (unregistered)
161509 in reply to 161430
NeoMojo:
Renan_S2:
Incomplete sentences can cause


There are 2 types of people in this world

1) Those who need closure.


Do you realize what you DONE? My god. Help!
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