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Can you recommend any decent error blockers or something


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#1 The-Administrater

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Posted 30 April 2017 - 11:10 AM

Bit pised off of getting 404 errors instead of being able to view certain online content. What can I do to get round these dam errors, they're infuriating.



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Posted 30 April 2017 - 01:08 PM

Nothing, unless you have something that's giving you bogus 404 errors, in which case you have an infection of some kind and should probably ask about that on the "Am I Infected?" forum.  Do you not get 404s when you're using a different device to try to look at the same web address that's giving you one when you're getting a 404?

 

A legitimate 404 error means the thing you're trying to load no longer exists (or never existed) at the web address specified.


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