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This is due to lost network connectivity or slow internet connection.
Posted on Dec 15, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is a problem with Microsoft's RSS Feed Reader. As most people use a different Reader (or don't use RSS at all) this can be disabled. Please follow the instructions below to disable it.
Open Internet Explorer.
Click Tools>>then Internet Options.
Click on the Content tab.
At the bottom, under the Feeds section, click Settings.
Uncheck all boxes and click OK.
Click OK to close the window.
Close Internet Explorer and reopen.
Posted on Nov 21, 2009
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Go to Tools / Internet options / Content / Feeds / Settings and uncheck all the boxes so feeds do not apply to IE any more (or you can keep some checked if you actually use them but this is where the problem is coming from).
That should resolve the problem.
1. When exactly do you receive this error message?
2. How long have you been facing this issue?
3. Did you make any software or hardware changes on your computer prior to this issue?
If you are facing the issue in Internet Explorer, let's follow these steps & check if the issue persists:
a) Open Internet Explorer, click on Favorites button located on the top of your browser. Right-click the gray toolbar if you do not see the "Favorites" button.
Click the Favorites Bar option.
You should see the "Favorites" button.
b) Click the Feeds tab.
You should see a list of the RSS feeds downloaded on your browser.
c) Right click on the feeds and click Delete.
Repeat this same process to delete all RSS feeds.
Close "Favorites" when you finish.
d) Reopen Internet Explorer & check if the issue reoccurs.
Hope the helps.
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