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Browser cannot load the page correctly, Solution: Delete temp internet files and cookies
If using IE: 1. From Menu bar go to Tools then select Internet Options, 2. In the general tab look for browsing history and click Delete button, 3. Select temp internet files and cookies then delete. 4. Restart IE and try to login again
If using Firefox: 1. From menu bar go to Tools 2. Select Clear Recent History, delete the history from the date that it was working 3. Restart Firefox and try to login again
It is very easy to go the sites of youtube and watch all the videos uploaded from around the world... Let us start... double click your web browser (example: mozilla firefox or internet explorer).. on the top portion of the web browser you will find the address bar.. this is where directories and url is being type.... Now type on the address bar the site "www.youtube.com" then press enter... the youtube web page will appear... on the you tube homepage address bar.. type the name of the videos that you want to watch, then press search.. A list of videos related to the name that you type from the address bar of youtube will appear.. Play one of the video by pressing the name of the video or clicking the image of the video.
That's it.. you have learn how to use youtube..Enjoy watching!!
For some very odd reason, it seems that 9 out of 10 error messages like this deal with Firefox.
If "Your browser sent a request that this server could not understand", plus "Size of a request header field exceeds server limit", that strange request may be a bad or unusually big cookie. (The same thing is true for "Error 400" codes.)
Simply clear all of your cookies and everything should be fine. Don't worry about getting rid of them; absolutely nothing bad will happen. You won’t lose your internet browser's "Bookmarks" or "Favorites". The worst-case scenario is that you will have to type your username/password again when you first revisit YouTube and a few other websites -- that's all.
While you're erasing your cookies, you should also be deleting your "temporary internet files" and "history" to get them out of your computer memory, and make everything fresh. After that, it's best if you shutdown and then reboot:
Internet Explorer 6: → Tools → Internet Options → Delete Cookies → OK → Delete Files → OK → Clear History → Yes → OK
Internet Explorer 7: → Tools → Internet Options → Delete... → Delete files → Yes → Delete cookies → OK → Delete history → OK → Close (browsing history window) → OK
Mozilla Firefox → Tools → Clear Private Data [x] Browsing History [x] Download History [x] Saved Form and Search History [x] Cache [x] Cookies → Clear Private Data Now
wow, your solution is more specific than mine 3BOODX. but mine's this:
Go to Tools. Hit Options. Hit the Privacy button. Press "Show Cookies"
in the middle of the page. Go all the way down to Youtube.com and
double click on it. Click on the first one. It will tell you something
in the space called "Content".in the description. On the server problem
on You Tube, look at what is says. It will say stuff like :