Question about Facebook Computers & Internet
The first thing you should do is try going to facebook.com and when you get the error try holding down the Shift key and then press the reload button on your browser. This should clear the cache for that page in the browser and it should allow you to access the site properly, or this could be a glitch, or it could be that someone has removed their profile and FB system hasn't updated the user profile directory yet to acknowledge the change. I had instances where both a direct link to a user profile, one with an ID number, displays this message when accessing it, and will also display the same message when using a Browse by Name link that uses a First.last formatted URL for the same user.
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
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