LOS ANGELES--After a, Microsoft says its are now a thing of the past.
Although a, which is due to be launched Wednesday, a representative said the problem is not a glitch with the new operating system.
"We can say with certainty that Windows Server did not contribute to this incident," Windows Live Product Manager Samantha McManus said in a statement to CNET News.com.
Microsoft was far less detailed when it comes to what the problem actually was.
"This issue appears to have been related to an unexpected event which caused device overload and failure," McManus said.