15 years ago
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I get a error on internet explorer and it close Y?

I get a error on internet explorer and it close Y?
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15 years ago
Anonymous
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Get help with HTTP error messages HTTP errors are sent to your web browser from a website in response to a request to view a webpage. If the webpage cannot be displayed, Internet Explorer will display either the actual error page sent by the website or a friendly error message built into Internet Explorer. Below you will find some of the most common errors and ideas for how to solve the problem that's causing them. The following table lists the most common HTTP errors that Internet Explorer will display. For information about HTTP protocols, error codes, and causes, visit the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) (http://www.w3.org/Protocols) website. HTTP error message What it means The webpage cannot be found (HTTP 400) Internet Explorer is able to connect to the web server, but the webpage cannot be found because of a problem with the web address (URL). Usually, this is caused because the website address is typed incorrectly. Make sure the address is correct, and try again. The website declined to show this webpage (HTTP 403) Internet Explorer is able to connect to the website, but Internet Explorer does not have permission to display the webpage. This can happen for a variety of reasons; here are some of the most common: The website's administrator has to give you permission to view the page or the web server does not accept public webpage requests. If this is a website that you should have access to, contact the website administrator. The webpage you're trying to view is generated by a program, such as a shopping cart or search engine, and the folder on the server the program is contained in is not correctly configured by the website administrator. You have typed a basic web address (for example, www.example.com), but the website does not have a default webpage (such as index.htm or default.html). Additionally, the website does not allow directory listing, which allows you to view files in a web folder. The webpage cannot be found (HTTP 404) Internet Explorer is able to connect to the website, but the webpage is not found. This error is sometimes caused because the webpage is temporarily unavailable (in which case, you could try again later) or because the webpage has been deleted. The website cannot display the page (HTTP 405) Internet Explorer is able to connect to the website, but the webpage content cannot be downloaded to your computer. This is usually caused by a problem in the way the webpage was programmed. Internet Explorer cannot read this webpage format (HTTP 406) Internet Explorer is able to receive information from the website but the information is not in a format that Internet Explorer can display. The website is too busy to show the webpage (HTTP 408 or 409) The server took too long to display the webpage or there were too many people requesting the same page. Try again later. That webpage no longer exists (HTTP 410) Internet Explorer is able to connect to the website, but the webpage cannot not be found. Unlike HTTP error 404, this error is permanent and was turned on by the website administrator. It is sometimes used for limited time offers or promotional information. The website cannot display the page (HTTP 500) The website you are visiting has a server problem that prevents the webpage from displaying. This often occurs as a result of website maintenance or because of a programming error on interactive websites that use scripting. The website is unable to display the webpage (HTTP 501 or 505) Error 501 (HTTP 501 - Not Implemented) means that the website you're visiting is not set up to display the content your browser is requesting. For example, the browser is asking for a file with a video extension (.AVI), but is telling the website it's looking for an HTML page. Error 505 (HTTP 505 - Version Not Supported) means the website does not support the version of the HTTP protocol your browser uses (HTTP/1.1 being the most common) to request the webpage. Websites display HTTP errors in one of two ways: by showing a custom webpage or by sending a simple error number to Internet Explorer. If a website offers a custom webpage for the error, Internet Explorer will always display it. If a website sends a simple error number instead of a custom webpage, Internet Explorer will read the error number and display an error message that provides a bit more information than the number alone (these errors are also known as friendly error messages). Follow the steps below to tell Internet Explorer to turn off these friendly error messages and simply display the error number sent by the website. To turn off friendly HTTP error messages In Internet Explorer, click the Tools button, and then click Internet Options. Click the Advanced tab, and then scroll down to the Browsing section. Clear the Show friendly HTTP error messages check box, and then click OK.
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15 years ago
♥ miss.bobbie ♥
Hi, This will help if you have BETA MAIL. Sorry, it is just part of the new format's glitch! CAN NOT FIND SERVER: Go to Tools, Internet Options and on the general tab, Delete Cookies. That should do it for you! Other Problems: I believe it will solve most all the problems people are having if you Switch Back to Original Mail, until it is out of the TESTING STAGE. Please try it and if it doesn't solve your problem just SWITCH BACK TO BETA MAIL!!! Tech Dept. says to Switch Back to ORIGINAL MAIL if you are having the String Verification Problem. I believe it will solve most all the problems people are having if you SWITCH BACK TO ORGINAL MAIL until the testing is complete and ready to reinstall. NOTE: Use BETA software at your own risk; it is intended for testing and evaluation purposes only. Do not install beta software on your primary computer or production environment. The following is from another Asker that I responded to, and their feedback to me. It pertained to the Message string verification problem. Asker's Rating: "Going back to Original Mail did solve the problem. I can now send emails. I was still using IE6, so that was not the issue." Hope this helps you.
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15 years ago
Anonymous
No one would be able to answer you unless you at least say what the error was.
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