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You need to delete your cookies if you use internet explorer go to "Tools," then click Internet
options. Then click "delete cookies," you tube will now work in mozilla its tools then options then show cookies then delete cookies
Delete cookies by going to Internet options and try to re-log in the browser. Also try another browser if deleting cookies doesn't work. Some virus prevent you from logging into particular sites. Install a good anti virus software and scan for virus. I use kaspersky anti virus and haven't had any trouble in a long time.
Sounds like you've done one of three things. 1. You've got a bad cookie somewhere and should maybe consider deleting all your cookies. 2. You've changed your internet settings in internet explorer and changed something about the way they handle hyperlinks. 3. You have a virus, spybot or malware problem. I've never clicked on a hyperlink that it says "Bad Request". I doubt that it's option #1 so try opening internet explorer, go to Tools go to Internet Options and go to the Advanced tab. Tell it to Restore Advanced Settings and if that doesn't work, return to same place and click on the Reset option.
Clear all private data cookies etc first then retry. My Firefox does this from time to time until I clear the private data for that session. This needs to be done by hand in the tools menu as the auto clean up usually misses stuff that is causing this.
try clearing your cookies and history. to do this, go to the internet browser > click tools in the top right hand corner > go down to the bottom and click internet options > go to where it says browsing history and press delete > go to the bottom and press delete all.
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 :
What you can do is delete your cookies by going to Tools, and then
clicking on Internet Options. It will take you to a separate screen,
and one of the buttons says "Delete Cookies." Click on that, and it
should work after that.
It is probably because you have been swicthing in and out of YouTube accounts too quickly.