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hi there! :) try to clear the cache and cookies it might work! :)
for firefox At the top of the Firefox window, click on the Firefox button and then click Options. Select the Advanced panel. Click on the Network tab. In the Offline Storage section, click Clear Now.
for internet explorer 1.On the Internet Explorer Tools menu, click Internet Options. The Internet Options box should open to the General tab. 2.On the General tab, in the Temporary Internet Files section, click the Delete Temporary Internet Files button and Cookies. This will delete all the files that are currently stored in your cache and cookies
for google chrome Click the wrench icon on the browser toolbar. Select Tools. Select Clear browsing data. In the dialog that appears, select the checkboxes for the types of information that you want to remove. Use the menu at the top to select the amount of data that you want to delete. Select beginning of time to delete everything. Click Clear browsing data.
dont forget to close your browser and open a new one once your computer is done clearing the cache and cookies. hope it works! :)
heello mam....Suggested cures range from Update Adobe Flash Player and Java script to
clear IE7 cache, cookies, and browsing history. Different things seem to
work for different people. It's causing attachments to not show, 999
errors where it won't let you do a particular action and some people
cannot send receive delete or move mail.
In china mobile there is very minimum internal memory provided by the manufacturer , For good surfing remove your History, cookies and catches from your recent visits home pages from setting, Use memory card and make it as an storage device for all downloads, Always clear you cookies and histories. make free your internal memories to work mobile application smoothly
Hi, If this problem is still occurring for you and is only specific to Google Chrome, can you try clearing your browsing data to see if that helps? To clear your browsing data, follow these steps:
1) Click the Wrench menu in the upper right corner 2) Select "Tools" 3) Select 'Clear browsing data' 4) Ensure that check boxes for 'Clear browsing history' and 'Empty the cache' are selected 5) Click 'Clear browsing data'
I hope this helps.
So you need to clear the cookies and cache, please let me know the browser you are using, let me help you how to clear them. You can use ccleaner periform if you are not using Internet Explorer for fast action. Simply download and install this application and click run cleaner. Good luck.
The information your browser stores is sometimes incomplete or corrupt. Deleting your browser's cache and cookies will often fix Gmail issues.
For instructions, please select your browser below:openm Internet explorer click on tools>internt option and then delete cookies, Temporary files and clear history then click on ok and exit out of internt explorer and the relaunch it and it will fix the issue.
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 :