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How to troubleshoot and get rid of various HTTP error codes?

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on November 14th, 2012 | Leave a comment

When connecting via HTTP, it is quite common for the users to come across various types of HTTP error codes, such as HTTP 500 Internal Server Error or “Error 310 (net::ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS)”. .. Such errors may stop you from properly accessing some webpages properly as usual as well as may cause some unexpected damages to the web browser & the whole computer. So, is there any way to fix and prevent such HTTP error codes from interrupting your smooth web surfing ad enjoy a pleasant online browsing all the time? Of course! Lets’ learn together how to do now!

get rid of HTTP error codes

No matter whenever you encounter a HTTP error code message, check on whether the address typed in is correct or not and then reload the page again. There will be times for you to type a page incorrectly and cannot open it properly. Most of the time, this simple checking and reloading process helps to deal with many common web browser problems.

Sometimes, some HTTP error codes might be caused when the the server being unable to fulfill an apparently valid request from a visitor. If you have refreshed the page for many times without success but it is a need for you to access it, you will need the assistance of the server administrator to investigate the problem. It is also important to bear in mind that in many cases, a chain of servers is handling an HTTP request, and then it may not be the actual web server that is returning the error.

If nothing with the web address and the sever, but the HTTP error codes remain, there is no doubt the problem exists in the computer and the web browser itself. The first thing you should do is to check and make sure the web browser is updated to the latest one. Some fixes within the update package itself may deal with the HTTP error code for you at some points.

Then, you have to check the add-ons that you have ever added to your browser. In is the case that some might incompatibly with the machine or the web browser and then bring in a HTTP error code message when you are trying to visit a page. You can check the add-ons one by one to identify the problematic one and immediately uninstall it. To uninstall an add-on, follow these steps:

*At the top of your web browser window, click Tools, and then click Add-ons to bring in the Add-ons Manager tab.
*Within the appearing window, select the Extensions or Appearance panel.
*Locate and select the add-on you wish to remove.
*Click the Remove button and follow the on-screen steps to continue.
*Restart your browser as promoted when the removal finishes.

Thirdly, you need to check the security settings of your web browser. Even though the security settings helps to protect your computer from potentially harmful or malicious online content, an incorrect setting can bring in undesired HTTP error codes including frequent certificate error notifications. Check and directly reset the security setting to default can most of the time solve the error. Here, I take IE as an example to show you how to reset the browser’s security settings: open your Internet Explorer, click the Tools button, Internet Options and then the Security tab. Here, select the “Default Level” within the “Security level for this zone”, click “Apply” and then OK to save your change.

If possible, you’d better clear the browser’s cache completely. This at some cases will deal with some kinds of HTTP error codes on your PC.

Fifthly, you have to completely scan and remove all PC viruses from the PC. Once the viruses get onto your computer, besides collecting & stealing your personal information, it will randomly reset your web browser’s setting, add some undesired items to your favorite, or navigate you to some strange pages and finally cause various HTTP error codes. For the security of your personal info and a smooth online surfing, you’d better let your computer protection program running in the background to detect and remove any potential and existing threats.

Last but not least, to get rid of various HTTP error codes, you should not ignore to check and repair computer registry errors. Whenever any piece of hardware or software is installed to the system, the registry gets updated as the corresponding keys and registry values will be automatically added to this database. As time goes, this database gets larger and larger with many useless, broken and corrupted entries. The problem is that such entries may stop the computer, the web browser to properly display your desired accessing contents. So, it is quite important that you can regularly check and repair all errors inside the registry database. This can most of the time deal with the HTTP error codes and allows you to surf the Internet pleasantly.

In a word, there are many things you can do when getting a HTTP error code message before rushing to the repair store. If you are able to keep on those web browser maintenance tips in your daily life, you can enjoy an error-free PC all the time.

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