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HyperText Transfer Protocol

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by beetlejuice, Feb 8, 2005.

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  1. beetlejuice

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    on some web sites it shows an error message. and when i right click on it and go to properties under protocal it says, HyperText Transfer Protocol.

    so im assuming that my computer cant read these things or somehting. does anyone know how to change that? do i need to install something?
     
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    Http is an addressing scheme used by the internet. Please describe (as accurately as possible) the 'error message', and tell us the make and model of your computer, The software (Operating System and Browser), your ISP (Internet Service Provider) and whether you have Dial-up or Broadband connection. It might also help if you described what websites you are having problems with. ---911
     
  3. beetlejuice

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    on some forums where they will post a picture all i will see is a red X sign. then i click on that and it says its a http. thats the error message. no display of image.
    i have a dell dime XPS T850r, runs on win 98, internet exploror, i have cable (probably broadband or somehting) comcast.

    its just on randome sites at different times i think. but it always seems to have problems.
     
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    try browser.ie.help\2 (y)
    it will help
     
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