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Rixander
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what is causing this and im seeing this lately

 

its this request thing and i have to go back or remove extra tabs

 

 

HP forum error 001.PNG

 

not sure if im getting this to the right forum section and i cant post on the hp support forum home

 

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Hello rickp400,

Thanks for the post. We are aware of the issue and are working on fixing the issue.


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youre welcome

 

and thank you for the reply

 

 

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>> ... We are aware of the issue and are working on fixing the issue ...

 

This response was dated 2012-12-17 (nearly 7 weeks ago).

 

I've also been getting this error almost every time that I use this forum (I use the Chrome browser running on a Windows 8  Pro 64-bit system).

 

Is there any update on when a fix for the problem might be available?

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dansdaduk, Try clearing the cache and see if there is any improvement. Let us know if this did not fix the issue.



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I've emptied the cache used by Chrome.

 

I'll monitor the situation over the next few days and report back on whether or not the problem reoccurs.

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Error re-occurred (on logout):

 

Request Entity Too Large

The requested resource
/t5/community/page.logoutpage
does not allow request data with GET requests, or the amount of data provided in the request exceeds the capacity limit.

 I emptied the Chrome cache yesterday, and since then have only looked at about 20 pages on the forum (and a few on the Business forum as well).

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From what I'm hearing, it's clearing cookies that temporarily solves the problem...

 

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>> ... clearing cookies that temporarily solves the problem ...

 

How often - and once the problem occurs, will clearing cache and/or cookies resolve it in the current session, or (as I currently (have to?) do) finish current browser session and start a new session & login again.

 

... and does that imply that a permanent solution will eventually be provided?

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@dansdaduk wrote:

>> ... clearing cookies that temporarily solves the problem ...

 

How often - and once the problem occurs, will clearing cache and/or cookies resolve it in the current session, or (as I currently (have to?) do) finish current browser session and start a new session & login again.

 

... and does that imply that a permanent solution will eventually be provided?



Since I neither represent HP nor lithium, I cannot offer any official answer to your questions.

 

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