I Am Fed Up With This Internal Server Error 404 Constantly Showing Up.

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Hi, every time I try to access some web pages using the internet browser, a message saying Internal Servererror 404 not found shows up as shown in the pic. Any idea how to come around this problem?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #293587

I Am Fed Up With This Internal Server Error 404 Constantly Showing Up.

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Hello, it is an HTTP status code which means the webpage you tried to access is not on website’s server.  You encounter it when the page has been moved or removed from the website. Here are some of the things you can try:

  1. Press F5 to refresh the page or try the same from URL button.
  2. Error-proof the URL. Check for any typos in the address.
  3. Try moving back one directory level until you find something.
    For, e.g., if techyv.com/a/b/c.htmgives you the 404 error, move back to www.techyv.com/a/b/.This might confirm the removal.
  4. Google search the page in case if you have mistaken the URL.
  5. Try clearing browser’s cache and Changing DNS servers.

If everything fails and you are desperate try contacting the website directly.

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I Am Fed Up With This Internal Server Error 404 Constantly Showing Up.

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A “404” error indicates that the page or content you are trying to access is not available or cannot be found on the server. You normally see this error on a web browser when visiting a website. In websites, this HTTP status code may appear in many different ways because it can be customized by individual websites.

You might see it as “404 Error”, “404 Not Found”, “HTTP 404 Not Found”, “404 Page Not Found,” and more. If you are entering a link on the address bar of the web browser manually and you misspelled it, it will trigger a 404 error. To troubleshoot the problem, check that your internet connection is working.

Unplug the network cable from the network port at the back of your CPU the plug it back in. Open your web browser and visit a website then try clicking some links. Verify that your internet connection is working. If this doesn’t work, disconnect the other end of the cable from the Wi-Fi router and connect it back. If this doesn’t work, restart your router.

If your router has a power button, press it to turn it off then unplug it from the power for about ten to twenty seconds (10 to 20 seconds). Press any button on the router to drain any leftover power or to power cycle. After this, plug the router back to the power and turn it on. See if this works.

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