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Blanket 404 errors in firefox
ServiusTheBear  posted on Mar 30, 2014 12:02:37 PM - Report post

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originally posted by Tsukihime

originally posted by jackbig

originally posted by Tsukihime

I'm running FF 28.0 now aswel no addons still, it still 404's me every time.

edit: anyone know of any programs that might influence it the same way some addons may?

[Edited by Tsukihime, 3/30/2014 8:13:37 AM]

some more info with those 404 errors


in case of dns you can also flush the dns cache

go to start > search bar > type in CMD

then in the new window type ipconfig /flushdns

also check if using proxy , if so tell it to do no proxy

goto firefox > tools > options > advanced > network > settings > put a checkmark by no proxy

[Edited by jackbig, 3/30/2014 8:30:01 AM]

[Edited by jackbig, 3/30/2014 8:31:30 AM]

Nothing that worked mate, I tried that stuff in both the old and the updated firefox, the dns has been flushed to its nice porcelain shine twice now and nothing.

I've got an IT Diploma myself, trust me I can find some troubles if not most of em myself, i'm just asking if their are any known programs that may cause issues, cause I'm not running that many.

You have something on your rig or on you network that is blocking the site's data transfer. I sugest. Striping back to bare min and retesting one stage at a time.

Oh btw. A peace of paper doesnt always mean a thing

It is possible your AV might stop data. But that is a wild card. As towards sites.

Tsukihime  posted on Mar 30, 2014 1:42:31 PM - Report post

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Trust me I know that a piece of paper doesn't mean anything, one of the few assumptions in life you can be assured are good ones are the ones that tell you theirs always someone better or more knowledgable than you are. The piece of paper DOES however usually indicate a basis of competency... though how some get theirs baffles me.

That said there isn't much I can strip down in terms of running programs, I already killed my AV as I did my firewall just to test it, other than that, unless there's a process running silent (read: invisible) that I can't access I only get errors shutting down any more.

I currently started up some of the processes I killed for testing, and I'm pretty much resigned to the fact that I'm gonna have ta use IE for the forseeable future on this rig.

[Edited by Tsukihime, 3/30/2014 1:43:23 PM]

Neo7  posted on Mar 30, 2014 5:32:21 PM - Report post

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Have you tried reinstalling Firefox?
Does the issue persist in Chrome? IE? Other browser?
Have you ran Firefox in safe mode? Link
Have you tried with Windows in Clean Boot Mode? Link
PWizard  posted on Mar 30, 2014 5:43:32 PM - Report post

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PM me your IP address and I might be able to provide more info as to what is causing the issue.
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