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Error’d: X Marks the Close

"This popped-up when I wanted to abort the installation of this network driver," writes Tjerk S., "makes sense I guess since there's a nice big X in the top right corner."

 

"This was the mailing label on a package a co-worker received," writes John, "we have no idea how it got here or how the mail room in our (large) building figured out who it was for."

 

"This picture nicely summarizes the level of service we have received from this company," writes Roman, "fortunately we've used someone else for most the last year."

 

Tony writes, "do I need to hit 'Cancel' to not cancel? And where is the 'Yes' button?"

 

"My opinion of AtTask's project management software went up when I discovered they were giving me a bonus Saturday this week," writes Tim.

 

J. Janssens writes, "I guess you have to use some ALT+[number] to solve this one."

 

Matti Niemelä discovered how the "Company of Heroes" game selects language during install.

 

"I got this message from TinyGrab," writes Will Martin, "I don't know whether to be impressed because they're manipulating the time stream, or terrified because they got it wrong."

 

Error’d: $$.$$

Error’d: $$.$$: “

“The little sticker next to the ATM said that the fee shown on the screen would be assessed,” writes Matt, “I guess if I have to ask what $$.$$ is, I can’t afford it.”

 

“I really am not sure what to make of this,” Nick Hartley wrote, “do I owe them nothing or not?”

 

“I haven’t known anyone to have this type of tree in their yard,” writes Brian, “I might need to do more research before getting it.”

 

“Oh, makes sense, I can’t install Office Project 2011 32-bit, so let me switch to the 64-bit edition,” Aaron wrote, “… well then. They could have just said I couldn’t have it in the first place.”

 

“This is from a company with direct access to my credit card account,” notes Adam Thompson.

 

Craig Mulvaney spotted this at an ATM in Newcastle.

 

“Apparently, my payment is 2011 years overdue,” writes Petr O., “I wonder what the interest for $0 USD is going to be…”

 

Paul Collins writes, “I just finished installing Lenovo Fingerprint Software… do I install Lenovo Fingerprint Software?”

 

“I hope it’s not that important,” writes Brendan L.

 


 

(Via The Daily WTF.)