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Paul#25
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404 Fault Message.

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I'm getting a message that tells me I'm trying to perform an illegal operation when I try to post on a thread. It says that it is a 404 Fault.
Any help to fix this.
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Mad Manny
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Your neighboyr has downgraded his WiFi.

Try mooch of a wealthier neighbour...
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Then how did you post this thread?
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Kurt if I start a new thread or preview my post before posting it there isn't a problem. As I said it's when I try to reply / posts on an existing thread. It does happen intermittently.
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It would seem it's possible it's either your local cache in your browser, or your connection to the web, unless others also have the same trouble? If anyone else is also getting it we can double check the files are all correct, and such. I've noticed lately in South JHB the Fibre internet has had tremendous troubles recently where half the browsing and internet use barely works.
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