The Virginia DMV reports computer problems have been fixed at the Tysons Corner and Fair Oaks DMV centers, and drivers can once again get new licenses at both locations.

A DMV spokeswoman had said Wednesday that kiosks where a computerized driving skills test is administered had not been working properly at the two sites since Friday. As a result, she had warned drivers not to go to either site looking to take the test and get a new license.

But spokeswoman Melanie Stokes says the problem was resolved earlier Thursday and both locations are now operating as normal.