Question about Computers & Internet
I suspect a problem with your search engine or web browser. A code 404 means that the webpage you want is not on the server anymore. Obviously this is not the case as it works with other systems you say. Make sure the wording in your search engine's 'address bar' (not the place you type into) is exactly the same as in the browser that does work. Even 1 digit or letter off will cause this. Also, make sure 'http://' is in front of aol.com. Good luck!
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
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