Question about Computers & Internet
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.
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.
Posted on May 12, 2009
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