Improper performance of the publish function on the compiler page

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The publish function on the compiler page is not performing as needed. When the publish is completed, the server responds by returning to an error. In the dialogue box, there is a progress bar.

It seems to freeze for 5 minutes or so and then shows an error message.

The same thing happened last month and it seems to happen on all PC platforms, Windows/Mac, also on Chrome and Safari. The annoying thing is that this is not consistent. Sometimes, the error is there and at other times, it isn't.

The daily activity on the server must be affecting it in some way or the other. Any ideas please?

Publishing program, please wait…

Connection Error: Server responded with a failure code – 0. Click OK to retry.

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Improper performance of the publish function on the compiler page

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If this is the first time it happened when the program is doing the publishing, try restarting your computer then try it again. If it still stuck with the same error, try checking your computer for any possible errors. Use a disk utility application to check the system.

For a much thorough diagnostics test on your computer, use disk utility applications like PC Tools Performance Toolkit, or Norton Utilities. You may also try checking your internet connection. Maybe your present connection is kind of unstable because of heavy web traffic within your network or with your Internet Service Provider [ISP].

You may also try doing a clean installation of the program you are using to publish to the web server. This will fix any corrupted files that may be present and restores the program to its default configuration.

Uninstall the program then restart your machine when asked. After booting, you may check again your computer for any possible errors using any of the disk utility applications you may have. After this, install the program again then check if this fixes the problem. Try publishing it again.

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