Since yesterday, whenever I try to log into Facebook, I get the following error message:
Sorry, an error has occurred.
We're working on getting this fixed as soon as we can."
However, if I type the URL (http://www.facebook.com/common/error.html) into Google, I can get to Facebook's Help Center, from which I can access my Facebook page, without actually logging in. This just started yesterday for no apparent reason and is very frustrating. Any ideas?
Although I would still like to be able to access Facebook using Internet Explorer (and I still am not able to do so), I was able to work around the problem by installing the Firefox internet browser. Using it, I was able to access Facebook without a problem.
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Re: Cannot access Facebook's log-in page
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They urge you to upgrade your browser or install firefox , both of these are suggested by way of the old "more secure" scare. They are more secure, more securing your info buddies. More hidden files have to be deleted that restore themselves. Need to find out more you can email me. I'm not posting all of that info here. email@example.com
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As long as you have your email account, you should be able to log in to FB (use your original message from Facebook if nothing else works. Link can be found from your email by searching Facebook...the first two messages from them).
Knowing that one account is dying, it's time to go to Facebook setting on top right corner and choose ACCOUNT SETTINGS - there you find all options from changing email address to password etc...
Dear you have log in this web address and solve your problem. please log in this url
However, if I type the URL (http://www.facebook.com/common/error.html)
into Google, I can get to Facebook's Help Center, from which I can
access my Facebook page, without actually logging in. This just started
yesterday for no apparent reason and is very frustrating. Any ideas?