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Old 11-01-2006, 06:40 AM   #11
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Ive gotten that one as well just hit the back button or hit Refresh
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Old 11-01-2006, 07:05 AM   #12
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Well, by the looks of things, it's just a time-out kind of message, I used to get it fairly frequently, but not any more. Plus you're using IE, that wouldn't help...

Okay, in truth it probably wouldn't make a difference, since the problem is with CF itself and not the browser. I just don't like IE, too slow with too many errors.
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Internet explorer has nothing to do with server side errors.
there is no way that a browser could cause server side errors...

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using Firefox, and opera, maxathon etc WILL NOT fix these problems for you, these problems are server side, and have no browser preference.
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Old 11-01-2006, 07:07 AM   #13
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ya i got it a few times, but i havent got it for like 2 months now
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Well, by the looks of things, it's just a time-out kind of message, I used to get it fairly frequently, but not any more. Plus you're using IE, that wouldn't help...

Okay, in truth it probably wouldn't make a difference, since the problem is with CF itself and not the browser. I just don't like IE, too slow with too many errors.
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repeat after me....
Internet explorer has nothing to do with server side errors.
there is no way that a browser could cause server side errors...

(keep repeating, or even write it down)...


using Firefox, and opera, maxathon etc WILL NOT fix these problems for you, these problems are server side, and have no browser preference.
Lol, I know man, I was just making the point that I don't like IE... I'm not that stupid

Did you miss-understand something when I said "Okay, in truth it probably wouldn't make a difference, since the problem is with CF itself and not the browser. I just don't like IE, too slow with too many errors."?

It's all good.
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No.. yours was just the first post in a long line of posts that seemed to suggest the error was somehow cause by choice of browser... it'd have taken too long to quote all of them!
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good man... Opera is only for enlightened people like us...
Haha. Opera is cool.. but i'm having trouble switching to it.. i'm just so used to FireFox.. opera seems a bit slower at some sites I go to..
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Internet explorer has nothing to do with server side errors.
there is no way that a browser could cause server side errors...

(keep repeating, or even write it down)...


using Firefox, and opera, maxathon etc WILL NOT fix these problems for you, these problems are server side, and have no browser preference.
Your such a diplomat.
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Old 11-01-2006, 01:49 PM   #17
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Yeah its definitly the server thats wrong not the browser its just that FF is better but liek root says it doesnt matter what browser you use
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Old 11-01-2006, 05:56 PM   #18
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Root the diplomat.
What should have tipped any one off was the two terms in the error line itself.
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my_sql.php and the line number
These are server errors. Probabley just need to do some housekeeping on the server to correct it.
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