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Re: 400 bad request
Kindly find below the solution:
How to clear cookies temporarily:
1. Tools > Clear Private Data > Uncheck all but cookies > Clear Private Data Now or
2. Tools > Options > Advanced > Network > Offline Storage (Cache): “Clear Now” or
3. Tools > Options > Privacy > Cookies: “Show Cookies” (specific problem sites)
If you have tried those resolves and are still not satisfied, try A different route:
Right click Start Button > Properties > Select Start menu (not classic) > Apply > Ok
Type %APPDATA% into search box at the bottom of the open start menu.
Goto “roaming” > Mozilla > FireFox > Profiles > should only be one folder left to choose.
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install playstation media server on your pc http://www.ps3mediaserver.org/ setup your shared directories in that program
go to roku media player on your roku and click on the pms server to browse your videos.
look at this for example http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LVLGgRPZpbo. serviio is also a media server.
Your computer has port 80 on it already, It is just not activated. Port 80 is used for web servers generally that are hosting web pages.. If you want to host a web page on your computer you can use software like wamp which stands for Windows Apache Mysql Php. This will allow you to host a website on your pc if you desire.. Getting the outside world to see it past your router is another issue.
your request is a bad or oversized cookie. (The same thing is true
for request Error 400"). Simply solution is delete your
"Cookies" Don't worry about erasing
them;nothing bad will happen. You won't lose your internet
browser "Bookmarks" or "Favorites" As
you're dumping your cookies, you should also erase all your
"Temporary Internet Files" and "History". When u 'll d this your
computer 'll be totally fresh in YouTube's. After doing this restart your PC whatever u r using browser to delete cookies, history and temporary internet files Go to Tools > Internet Options See where is the option of "Delete Cookies and Clear History. Click on respective options to delete them
this solutions will
work and helpful 4 u. Best of luck
Please do rate if it is helpful THANKS & keep using fixya
Your computer may be infected with spyware. Consider trying lavasoft ad-aware and AVG antivirus (both free) or any other combo of virus and adware scanning.
You may also try using a different browser. Try Firefox or Opera or Safari if you are using IE. If it doesnt do it in the other browsers, reset IE to factory defaults (tools, internet options, advanced, press reset, press reset to confirm)
If this happens in all browsers you will have to continue troubleshooting spyware/virus/configuration.
I wonder if the site is experiencing technical difficulties...you might try to wait for a few hours to see if it is the website..sometimes webmasters bring site down to update site and clean up servers.
Go to Start > Control Panel > Windows Firewall> Exceptions> Click on add port. Call it port 80. In port number type in 80. Then click on OK. Then close all the windows.
Basically on the computer that is running apache (Server), YouTube is unblocking the port called 80. On some systems mainly XP home we found that port 80 was always blocked. Even though localhost worked, computers connecting to it would get an connection error. Also, if you have a 3rd party firewall, you have to unblock YouTube. If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it. Thanks, Joe