Topeka Kansas hasn't been able to issue driver's licenses or non-driver identification cards for several hours because of a computer problem.
The state Division of Vehicles said Tuesday that a problem with a vendor's server took down the license-issuing system at all 111 offices statewide. The division said the vendor expected to replace a part in its server by mid-afternoon.
The division is in the midst of a $40 million computer upgrade.
The offices are issuing paper slips extending licenses or ID cards for 15 days. Spokeswoman Jeanine Koranda says that's standard when people come into an office late in the day and the line is too long.
About 3,000 people visit driver's license offices each Tuesday. It's typically a busy day because the offices are closed Monday.