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Http/1.1 Internal Server Error

Dear All,

There may be a prize for solving this one; at the very least the provider of the solution will have the comforting thought that they will have saved my sanity.

So, here goes...

I get this message - Http/1.1 Internal Server Error - on the Ebay site but only in specific situations.

Basically the front page will happily load, and I can do a search. However, if I try to narrow the search (say by limiting the distance, selecting a subcategory, etc) I'll get the above message. I can't sign in either as I get part way through the process before I the same message makes its appearance.

If I delete my cookies I'm able to view the listings pages (though not sign in). The fix though is only temporary - every new page needs a new clean.

This is a recent 'feature' that Windows has developed and I'm suffering in both IE and Firefox.

I don't think that this is a problem at Ebay's end. I think I've jodded something up, perhaps somewhere in that impenetrable registry. I suspect perhaps a McAfee update or something similar.

All thoughts welcome.

Yours,

Topbrief

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  • Mick Wolf Jun 04, 2008

    I've got FireFox2 and Latest IE, have recently been fighting off Spyware/Adware and installed Zoned Out to manage restricted sites (for the ads), same annoying error pops up only on Ebay i've noticed, especially AU site. I've even added various Ebay addresses in both browsers, and still nothing.

    Im not on usual PC but Recently installed XP on this and my regular PC, My other one doesn't have any Problems even though it has same Updates.

    But i have edited the registry and mistakenly deleted something important i think, some domains entry where lots of bad sites were listed, but i deleted the folder and i think one or two next to it.

    I noticed the errors after this while on ebay, so i reinstalled IE and Installed Firefox2 but no improvement. Computer scans are complete and clean (nod32 AV latest definitions) & (SpyBot Search & Destroy with latest definitions)

    I'm thinking i might need a reinstall of xp, not a fix, but a complete install.


  • ravi1-2 Apr 28, 2009

    ive got the latest version of firefox but everytime i try to watch some videos on youtube it gives me this error message
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    how do i fix it?

  • Majeed Hyderkhan May 11, 2010

    can you please solve this Http/101 internal server for me thank you

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I had the same problem too, but I managed to get rid of it. Just go to "Tools/Page Info/Security/View Cookies" and delete from there all the YouTube cookies. I hope I've helped.

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