Windows Live Internal Server Error 500

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Hi techyv guys, I am posting here my problem while using Windows Live, an error message appeared on my screen, I pasted below the screen shot of the error.

Server Error

The server reported an error with the following

“URL: http://       .com/xmlpc.php

500 Internal Server Error

 

 

 I am  pondering on the error message, It is pointing the error to my connection towards the server, because of that I check on my internet connection, it seems to be up and running  because I can browse the internet, and there is no settings on my computer that will restrict me of any connection, I already check on what is necessary based on my knowledge, please share some thoughts on what else shall I check, thanks.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #123547

Windows Live Internal Server Error 500

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Janesprant,

 

Try the following steps to work around the issue:

  1. Click the “Blogs” tab on the Menu bar and choose “Edit blog settings…”.
  2. Click “Pictures” option on the left panel.
  3. Choose “Upload images to an FTP server” option and click “Configure”.
  4. Enter the following details in the newly opened window:
  5. FTP hostname: Type in the FTP server name.
  6. Username and Password: Type the user name and password of the FTP account.
  7. Publish pictures into this folder: Type the full path to the folder on the FTP server. You can also browse the path.
  8. Click OK to close all the windows. 

Hope this helps.

Cheers,

Nayeli

Answered By 562865 points N/A #123548

Windows Live Internal Server Error 500

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This 500 internal error is caused by website server error and there are numbers of ways why this is happening.

This can be fix by reloading the webpage, refresh or close and re-open your browser and try the webpage again.

The website you are accessing might be temporary down and this can't transmit data from their server to your computer.

Most webhosting or any given domain name probably and already knows the problem and but getting in touch with them might give you fair deal and reasonable excuses.

You can contact them by emailing to (webmaster)@website.com – this is the administrator of the website you are accessing.

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