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2020/07/31 16:34:54 (permalink)
I tried to post on somebodies mod in mods and rigs section on the forum I got this

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    Re: what does this mean 2020/07/31 16:42:56 (permalink)
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    Re: what does this mean 2020/07/31 20:10:01 (permalink)
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    Re: what does this mean 2020/07/31 20:51:02 (permalink)
    You can also close that notification, copy/cut everything you typed, refresh the page, then paste it back..That way you won't lose all what you typed in.

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    Re: what does this mean 2020/07/31 22:09:44 (permalink)
    ok thanks, I try again later.

     
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    Re: what does this mean 2020/08/01 19:43:34 (permalink)
    I am having the same problem on my PC. On my PC, no matter how many times I view a thread, or when I viewed it in the past, every single thread is labeled as "New". Also, on my PC, I cannot post any response to any thread, no matter when I try (no matter today or yesterday nor how many times I log in and out or refesh) as I get the same message. On my phone, it is keeping track of my view history just fine, and I can post replies. Very weird.
    My problem started around the same time as yours. I wonder what changed.
     
    Edit: Using Chrome on my PC, BTW.
    My Chrome is set to automatically clear all site data and cookies every time it is closed, but I have tried manually clearing cookies and site data too, and that makes no difference.  Oddly enough, I typed the above from my phone (because I had no other option), but now it is letting me edit from my PC.  I still can't post a reply, but I can edit a previously reply apparently.  And, of course, even my edited reply is still labeled as "New".
     
    It seems that either there was a recent Chrome update which broke things, or a recent ASP Playground update which broke EVGA's forums in Chrome.  Seems like this is another nudge pushing me to try Microsoft Edge. 
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    Re: what does this mean 2020/08/01 20:39:20 (permalink)
    ^^ I had been having some similar issues recently [Chrome]. I couldn't reply to a forum thread or reply to a PM. Contacted EVGA they said they could post a reply as well as a PM reply on my account. I cleared cache and restarted, it has been working since. I was getting the permissions or something error, when trying to reply. Hope you get it sorted guys. 
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    Re: what does this mean 2020/08/01 21:52:21 (permalink)
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    Contacted EVGA they said they could post a reply as well as a PM reply on my account.

    Wait, what?  EVGA took control of your account for testing purposes?  That is super freaky.  Since proper password encryption algorithms make that impossible for even EVGA to do, that freaks me out big time.  If I am understanding what you said correctly, either you willingly shared your password with EVGA, or EVGA's security process is screwed and we should all be worried in the event that someone gains access to that database.  If properly designed, it should not be possible for EVGA's employees or administrator to hijack your session nor figure out a valid password to log into your account.  .. Unless they changed your hash to a known hash matching a known password, logged in as you with the new password, tested, and then either reverted the hash or asked you to reset your password again.  Still troubling.
     
    Please clarify.
     
    Greetings from Edge, by the way.  I am going to give Edge a spin.
     
     
    post edited by ty_ger07 - 2020/08/01 22:01:25
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    Re: what does this mean 2020/08/02 12:20:00 (permalink)
    Maybe my wording wasn't the best. here is what was done: 
     thank you for contacting the EVGA Customer Service Team. My name is Adam Bateham and I will answer your question today.
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    Hello,

    I was able to look into your member account and successful make a test post and also a test PM. Have you tried to clear your browser cookies and cache at all? Are you experiencing the issue on a desktop browser or on mobile? Please try logging out and logging back into your member account and try again. If you still continue to have issues, please provide us with a screenshot of the error and we would be happy to look further into this for you.

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    Subject:[External]Website forums won't let me send comments in forum threads or send PM's.


    Hello, I have had an issue posting anything on the forums. I can type out a comment on a thread or type a PM, but when I click on send, it gives me an error about permissions or something.  
    Here we go: 

    Either the feature is disabled, or you do not have sufficient permission.

     
    I hope this clears up any confusion. 
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    Re: what does this mean 2020/08/02 14:03:23 (permalink)
    No issues posting / viewing on the Forums all of July .... then bang ..... I've had nothing but issues since 01 August ...
     
    today I had to turn off "enhanced tracking protection" in Firefox .. ver 79.0 & allow tracking content .. just to get some functions working in the Forums
     
    Now I can open posts & make posts again ... still very sluggish --> but Only on the Forums
     
     

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    Re: what does this mean 2020/08/02 14:53:07 (permalink)
    A lot of issues here. About a week ago I noticed if I wasn’t logged in the Distributed forums were missing. Log in and there they were. And just generally slow today and yesterday.
     


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    Re: what does this mean 2020/08/02 16:21:58 (permalink)
    yo, guys clear your cookies and cache. because I was using edge browser everything worked I even posted in mods and rigs. so I went back to chrome gave it a good cleaning and it works.

     
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    Re: what does this mean 2020/08/02 17:03:51 (permalink)
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    yo, guys clear your cookies and cache. because I was using edge browser everything worked I even posted in mods and rigs. so I went back to chrome gave it a good cleaning and it works.






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    Re: what does this mean 2020/08/02 19:39:21 (permalink)
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    yo, guys clear your cookies and cache. because I was using edge browser everything worked I even posted in mods and rigs. so I went back to chrome gave it a good cleaning and it works.

    Like I said, my Chrome is set up to do that by default AND I tried doing it manually, and it didn't work for me. In fact, my cache is on a RAM drive, so every time I turn my computer off (at least daily), it goes without saying that the cache is cleared.

    Something is up with EVGA's forum.
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    Re: what does this mean 2020/08/02 20:38:20 (permalink)
    I've been using chrome and it works fine.

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    Re: what does this mean 2020/08/03 04:08:54 (permalink)
    Using Safari on iPad and Firefox on windows and linux. It’s loading slow and even switching threads is slow. Clearing cookies did nothing. 


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    Re: what does this mean 2020/08/03 05:00:47 (permalink)
    Having issues here too ty_ger07 and yodap  ....  pages are slow to load but seem to load the second I click on some other website , when I go back it's stuck not loading again.  I know it's not my system because my wife's system , my laptop , and 2 tablets are doing the same thing

             
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    Re: what does this mean 2020/08/03 05:28:07 (permalink)
     
    I've been having issues with EVGA for the past week or so.. the main EVGA.com website is ok, but the forums often spit out the 'oops something went wrong' page and it takes several refreshes to get in, or else I have to come back later. This very thread just now I had to refresh 5-6 times to get it to display, and a couple more times to get the text input box to appear so I could type this message. Since the main site always seems to be working and only the forums have an issue, seems like they have a database problem... slow connectivity and timeouts. Getting a little frustrating, although it's not all the time, it's intermittent. I wonder if EVGA switched hosts recently, or their database server got switched...
     
     
     
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    Re: what does this mean 2020/08/03 05:42:50 (permalink)
    The forum has been acting up for me too...can't click links, can't post sometimes...
     
    Something is going on.
     

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    Re: what does this mean 2020/08/03 08:48:34 (permalink)
    A day later, checked again, and still broken for me in Chrome on my PC.  Like I said before, my Chrome has been set up for a long time to clear all cookies and cache every time it is closed, and my cache is on a RAM drive which -- goes without saying -- is naturally cleared every time I turn my computer off (at least once every day that I turn my PC on).  Nevertheless, I tried, again, manually clearing the cache and cookies in Chrome (only 7 were there, and none from this site, but I did it anyway), and of course the problem remains for me.
     
    Again, what is the problem for me in Chrome?  I can log in fine.  I can view the forum fine.  But, every post and every thread is marked as "New", it never remembers what I have viewed no matter how many times I viewed it, and I cannot post anything because of the exact same "Either the feature is disabled, or you do not have sufficient permission." message.
     
    Posting this on my PC from Edge.
     

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    Re: what does this mean 2020/08/03 09:33:45 (permalink)
    I can confirm we were having some odd server issues on Friday, which was also affecting us inside the office.  It's possible that some of the after effects (like caching) may have been causing these issues over the weekend.  Also, we recently overhauled the home page at https://www.evga.com, which, although it shouldn't cause any issues with the forums, there were a few minor bugs here and there. 
     
    Either way, I've passed this over to our IT team to review.
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    Re: what does this mean 2020/08/03 11:18:01 (permalink)
    yes, I can confirm the forums have been erroring out all day today...all over the place.
    Forums, posting, creating new threads ,..etc...

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    Re: what does this mean 2020/08/04 13:20:53 (permalink)
    I can't get into the RTX 20 series sub section while using Chrome.

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    Re: what does this mean 2020/08/04 14:02:28 (permalink)
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    I can't get into the RTX 20 series sub section while using Chrome.


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    Re: what does this mean 2020/08/04 15:17:19 (permalink)
    I've never seen the forums this borked since I joined in 2008..Not anywhere near close..Not even in the same Zip Code as close.

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    Re: what does this mean 2020/08/04 17:19:52 (permalink)
    haha yeah, it's pretty bad right now. It's taking a while for pages to load and when they do, they are broken.

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    Re: what does this mean 2020/08/05 04:14:52 (permalink)
    These forums are screwed so bad. I don't know what eVGA changed, but they really should revert until they can figure it out.
     

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    Re: what does this mean 2020/08/05 10:42:43 (permalink)
     
    Seems to be operating much better over the last hour or so... then again, it was up and down previously too, just more down than up lol.
     

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    Re: what does this mean 2020/08/05 10:47:03 (permalink)
    nope..still borked for me. If I click on "All Forums" i can get back to the forum list..if I click home, I get an error...if I click on the forum name I get an error..
    if I click on the name of a post, I can mostly get to the post...then I can click on the forum name and I can get the list..
     
    it's bizarre.
     

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    Re: what does this mean 2020/08/05 13:32:09 (permalink)
    transdogmifier
    nope..still borked for me. If I click on "All Forums" i can get back to the forum list..if I click home, I get an error...if I click on the forum name I get an error..
    if I click on the name of a post, I can mostly get to the post...then I can click on the forum name and I can get the list..
     
    it's bizarre.

    Seems I spoke too soon.. took 8+ refreshes to get this page to load just now, and even then the text box wasn't showing without more refreshes.
     

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