Error appears when tries to login to McAfee forum

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By the time I try to log in into the McAfee forums, this error always appear on the screen:

Error:

 

An unexpected error has occurred

 

Please give me some idea on what causing this issue and how to deal with this kind of problem?

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Best Answer by Sharath Reddy
Answered By 0 points N/A #150642

Error appears when tries to login to McAfee forum

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This error may occur if forum site is underfinanced or possibly a server error, or what you can to isolate this issue is to try to open the McAfee website using a different browser to check if it is browser related issue, If this issue occurs only in Internet Explorer you can try resetting the browser.

Other way is try to open the browser using a second computer, it might be that there are 3rd party software is blocking your computer from loading the page. If you can open the website on a second computer, you can try to disable your anti-virus or do a selective start up to isolate what is causing this error.

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Answered By 563000 points N/A #150643

Error appears when tries to login to McAfee forum

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I think with that error on your screen appearing maybe in your web browser every time you visit McAfee’s forum page, it’s possible that the link you are trying to access may have already been deleted. If the link you are trying to access came from a file you probably saved before, maybe the link you are trying to access no longer exist. This problem usually happens on forum sites where some discussion threads are missing because it has been deleted due to very little user activity on the page.

As you can see on the screenshot, the message says that “The specified discussion was not found”. This obviously means that the link you are accessing no longer exists. There is no solution to this since this problem is on the site. The only thing to do now is to browse the site for other contents that is somehow similar to the one you are looking for.

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