SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) – The number of stricken California Department of Motor Vehicles offices is down to three. The DMV said Friday it expects to all offices to recover from a widespread computer outage by the end of the day. Officials say field offices in Brawley and Inglewood can process driver’s license matters but not vehicle registrations. A test center in Fontana for commercial driver’s licenses also still has problems. A failure of multiple hard drives on Monday wiped out most functions at many DMV’s 188 offices for several days. At the peak of the outage, two-thirds of DMV offices were affected. Computer experts tell The Associated Press that the DMV does not appear to have had a viable disaster recovery system in place.