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Old 05-01-2014, 11:02 AM
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It's a problem with my laptop for sure. I connect fine with my phone. I just logged off and signed back in and it's working fine again.
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I have this problem with my samsung s4 phone. Any ideas how to fix? Can only view threads with more than 3pages. Even then I can't see the last two. Help?
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No problems on this end. Must be something on your phone's end.
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I don't have any issues with my phone either.
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I occasionally get that message on my lap top at home, if I sign out then sign back in it goes away..... Don't know if that actually addresses the problem, but it has worked so far! I have not experiened it on my phone or work computer.
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No issues on my phone either.
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Never had the issue til recently
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I've also had issues with it.
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A sporadic 404 could be a sign server capacity is being maxed out. An average server will only be able to take 300-400 simultaneous connections for dynamic pages, probably thousands for static content. Once it's too much pressure the relief valve opens and it starts serving 404s . So if you hit the site at the same time as a couple hundred other people or the google bots you might get that. It's a timing issue which is why it's sporadic and hard to reproduce. At least that's my hypothesis.

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I'm having the same problem with my Samsung S5. At the beginning of the summer I did not notice any problems. Now, I can view some posts but normally not all the pages. It's very sporadic. I've only noticed the 404 error on this forum. Desktop computer has always worked great. I've always thought it was my phone but now I'm not sure. Maybe it's a setting on my phone and on other peoples desktop. If I find a solution, I'll post it.
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