SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — California DMV offices are still feeling the impact of this week’s “catastrophic” computer failure, but most Bay Area offices are back up and running.
DMV officials say the computers were not hacked or targeted. They have not explained what went wrong.
The offices without computer services will not be able to provide driver license and vehicle registration services. However, they can still provide driving tests, make appointments for customers to return, help with paperwork, and answer customers’ questions.
The department’s online services were not harmed.
Bay Area offices affected as of October 27, 10 a.m.
Concord – DL/ID Only (Vehicle Registration Not Available)
Mountain View IBC
San Jose DLPC
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— Terisa Estacio (@TerisaEstacio) October 27, 2016