Specific website not loading Firefox does not work - Common fixes to get you back up and running Server Not Found - Troubleshoot connection problems Websites show a spinning wheel and never finish loading cor-el Moderator 14591 solutions 132319 answers Posted 5/19/14, 12:53 PM Check the date and time in the clock on your computer: (double) click the clock icon on the Windows Taskbar. All rights reserved. These should usually be set at 0775 (-rwxr-xr-x). uninstalled Firefox.....cleaned out registry of instances of Firefox.....rebooted........reinstalled.....still the same.....and was working ok up to a week ago and no progs were installed and no settings were changed in the interim. http://orgias.org/internal-server/http-500-internal-server-error-virtual-server.html
At the top of the Firefox window, click on the Firefox button and then click Options 2. AND not having time nor wanting to go thru profile nonsense again, I went to dreaded IE. I can get to https with IE. check firewall settings if error occurs in both browsers. https://support.mozilla.org/questions/826501
Firefox returned into my life!! The problem started when a video player made in Flash crashed (channel4.com). Note: More specific information about the cause of a particular HTTP 500 error is often provided when it occurs on a server using Microsoft IIS software. Your feedback helps us improve our site.
I think I might be doing something wrong-o? Please ask a new question if you need help. If those load and you then refresh the Add-ons page, does it get styled properly? That worked :-) cor-el Moderator 14591 solutions 132319 answers Posted 5/24/11, 3:27 PM You're welcome You're welcome Portions of this content are ©1998–2016 by individual mozilla.org contributors.
For those of you who STILL think this is a browser error, go google "http 500 error" and read what it means. Thank you for signing up. See: https://support.mozilla.com/kb/Server+not+found https://support.mozilla.com/kb/Firewalls Read this answer in context 0 Question tools Get email updates when anybody replies. Answer: An HTTP Error 500 (Internal Server Error) indicates that there is a problem inside of your script or with your servers configuration.
your Web browser or our CheckUpDown robot) for access to the requested URL. http://orgias.org/internal-server/http-internal-server-error-500.html Leading me to believe the problem is related to Firefox. -Anyone have an idea for a solution? -My location is Norway. -I have not installed any updates just before this problem occured (almost three weeks between last update and problem). -http://mobile.twitter.com works fine, also Tweetdeck. but if there is a link there that is to a SECURED site .. If this is too difficult: Just uninstall Firefox, reboot and reinstall it.
I get the above message: ERROR CODE 500 Message: Internal Server Error. When I started up again I was presented with the screen when Windows fails to load normally and I selected the "Start Windows normally", which booted up Windows successfully. Going to addons.mozilla.org or clicking the addons button gives me a bulleted list of links. http://orgias.org/internal-server/http-500-internal-server-error-iis-6.html The 500 Internal Server Error message might be seen in any number of ways because each website is allowed to customize the message.Here are several common ways that you might see the HTTP 500 error:How You Might See a 500 Error"500 Internal Server Error""HTTP 500 - Internal Server Error""Temporary Error (500)""Internal Server Error""HTTP 500 Internal Error""500 Error""HTTP Error 500""500.
It is up to the operators of your Web server site to locate and analyse the logs which should give further information about the error. Reply Reply With Quote March 21st, 2011,04:32 PM #20 weedavy69 View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries Junior Member Join Date Mar 2011 Posts 1 Was having same Problem! If there's a problem with the cached version of the page you're viewing, it could be causing HTTP 500 issues.Note: Internal Server Errors are not often caused by caching issues, but I have, on occasion, seen the error go away after clearing the cache.
My partner just informed me that on her laptop she is now getting "web page cannot be found" errors on Firefox, swapped her over to Mozilla and no probs. Published 08/03/2012 03:00 PM | Updated 05/20/2015 01:20 AM | Answer ID: 3600 The error says: "There was an error communicating with the server.Please refresh the page and try again.If the problem persists, please contact system administration." Technical Description: Type: error Error: XMLHttpTransport Error:500 Internal Server Error This is because the Mozilla Firefox browser is storing (caching) some information in its memory that is conflicting with the updates.To resolve the problem, you will need to clear your browser cache.Depending on your version of Firefox, you will have to do it one of two ways (See attached PDF document for screen shots): Instructions for clearing browser cache in Mozilla Firefox: If you are running a version of Firefox with the menu across the top, follow these steps: 1. again, that's a secure site evidently and I got the error message. Windows was completely unresponsive and I could not exit full screen mode of the video.
AND THANKS. And what is worse, I know have the same problem with IE. Has Firefox presented any error pages indicating a certificate problem since this problem began? check over here Replace AVG with McAfee.
when a solution is found. The addons page will not work correctly. btc-e gives: GET http://www.btc-e.com/ [HTTP/1.1 302 Moved Temporarily 62ms] GET https://btc-e.com/ [78ms] I am not aware of IE being passed through filters differently than FF or Chrome. Content available under a Creative Commons license.
Leading me to believe the problem is related to Firefox. -Anyone have an idea for a solution? My computer is bigger than yours! So I checked everything (hey, I don't know any better) and problem has again disappeared. mozilla Ask a question Sign In English Search Home Support Forum Firefox I'm getting this error: "Status: 500 ...
https://support.mozilla.org/kb/Secure+Connection+Failed You can try these steps in case of issues with web pages: You can reload web page(s) and bypass the cache to refresh possibly outdated or corrupted files.