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ID10T (plural ID10Ts)
- Leet spelling of used humorously to refer to computer errors (pronounced ID ten T) to indicate that the error is the result of the user's stupidity.
- 2002, Harold A Covington, The Stars in Their Path:
- Hoffman was one of his few friends, a fellow Net5 droid whose forté[sic] was telling the customers that their problem was beyond the company's scope of support, and they should call Microsoft and say that they had an ID10T error.
- 2005, J R Okin, The Internet revolution:
- Another variation on the above is ID10T: "This guy has an ID-Ten-T on his system."
- 2009, Todd Lammle, CompTIA Network+ Study Guide:
- An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, and you'll experience dramatically fewer ID10T errors this way.
- 2010, James Borg, Body Language:
- ...leave any questions until we go—at the end of each lesson—to our informal Chat Room. Also be careful of ID10T Errors.