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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 97761 20-Feb-2012 10:06 Send private message

For some reason I cant get stuff.co.nz with chrome. All I get is 

Internal Server Error

I can access it via IE. Its been going on for more than a month and I havent really bothered with it.
Im running no ad blockers or anything in chrome and its just a standard install of the latest version

IE traps a jscript error (but still displays)

On google there are a couple of other hits with the same issue, but no solutions. Anyone else seen this?









 

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Uber Geek
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  Reply # 583727 20-Feb-2012 10:06 Send private message

TBH I'd count your self lucky to not so that awful trash.....





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  Reply # 583746 20-Feb-2012 10:32

Yes, I got this the other day - seems to be a corrupt cache/cookie issue.

To fix it, go to Options - Under the Hood - Content Settings - All Cookies and Site Data.
Delete the entries for stuff.co.nz

 

 





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  Reply # 583749 20-Feb-2012 10:44 Send private message

Sorted - cheers :)

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