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Client and server data are out of sequence

When i input data in data view i read the above statemet. why is that so and what can be done to alter?

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Fixing 500 errors - general

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Fixing 500 errors - CheckUpDown

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HTTP Error 408 Request timeout
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Fixing 408 errors - general
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Fixing 408 errors - CheckUpDown
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Any of these conditions may generate an 408 error. But they are all fairly unlikely to occur. In normal IP communications, the time interval between the two steps should be much less than 10 seconds, which should be completely acceptable to the Web server.
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411 errors in the HTTP cycle
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Fixing 411 errors - general
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