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Error code SDFB003

I'm trying to upload photos but I keep getting error code SDFB003.
What is going on? This never happened before.

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  • kismetco99 Nov 09, 2008

    I try to upload a picture to Ebay and it errors out on this SDFB003. I have tried it all and nothing seems to work. I have turned off the McAfee firewalls, I have no other firewalls, I have looked for spyware and other programs I have tried Hijackthis and it is clean. I do not know what is wrong.

  • Anonymous Dec 04, 2008

    I have the same problem error SDFB003. I have been uploading photos for the past few weeks . then all of a sudden this error appears. I can not find a remedy. Went on ebay Live chat... All I did was wait. Anyone have a way to remedy this? Thank you!

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Your images are too big. Resize in a photo editor and try to upload again.

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