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Hi, This is Pratik Prajapati. my website url is perceptionsoft.com or netiquette.in i m getting the 406 error on lynx browser. i tried and change my code to simple html file. bt its still not working. even i tried the uploading project that is working on some other server. bt its giving error on my server. wht is the prob plz suggest me Thanks alot.

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