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Hi, I am trying to access my ebay. Recently i have been unable to log on, it keeps coming up with "bad request invalid verb" or Http 1.1 internal server error. I am not a techie so it will have to be in plain english please!!!!
The funny thing is, sometimes it will let me into my ebay then when i want to look at another page it brings up the error OR i just can't log onto ebay at all. Can someone please help!
I have the same problem with firefox and when I go to the same pages on IE it tells me that I am not connected to the internet. I even have trouble getting to this page using either browser. I have a laptop that runs the exact same set up using Windows XP on both machines and the laptop works just fine. I sat down and went through all the settings I could think of and compared between the laptop and the PC and could not find any difference (For the most part) except one thing kind of stood out. Forceware Drivers. The onboard video card drivers that should be deinstalled. I cannot get rid of them for the life of me. Not sure if that is part of the problem or not as I have recently upgraded my vid card. All this started happening one day when my video card locked up my computer when playing a game and I was forced to reboot. After that it has never been the same. Maybe someone else has had a similar experience and maybe these details might help troubleshoot. Installing a new browser is not the answer.
You may have spyware redirecting your browsing attempts.
You may also have flakey internet settings.
I dobut it has anything to do with your video drivers.
Verify your internet settings. Try to reset internet explorer to its defaults. And the same with firefox. As I am not at my PC right now I cannot walk you through the exact step by step for resetting IE. but instructions for this process can be found at the Microsoft site and are normally harmless to try.
Other then that, I would make sure any antivirus software is functioning properly and try and disable any third party firewalls TEMPORARILY.
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