"401 Cannot find a Site/URL/Address" - Possibly a mistyped address or the site has moved or shut down.
"404 Not Found" or "404 Access Denied"
- The Web page doesn't exist anymore. Try running a search for the site's
on Yahoo! and see what comes up-the page may have just moved.
"403 Forbidden" - The site hasn't
been set with "read permissions." You can't view the site because the person
maintains the page doesn't want you reading it. Like death and taxes, there is little you can do about it.
"Network connection refused by the server"
Too many users are trying to access the same page. If you receive this
message at your favorite Web site, try it again in a few minutes or during the off-hours.
"A Network error occurred while Netscape was
receiving data. (Network Error: Connection reset by peer)
Try connectin again." - That web site is having problems transmitting data, you will have to try again later.
"Unable to locate the server. The server does
not have a DNS entry" - DNS (Domain Name System or Server) is
the means used to look up the Net address for the name you entered. Either
the site does not exist or your connection to your ISP
is faulty. Try a site that you know has a DNS entry (such as www.yil.com). If you still get a DNS error, there is probably something wrong with your ISP's connection to the Internet. You also should try emtying your cache, just in case.
"The program has performed an illegal operation and will be shut down" - Otherwise known as a GPF (Genreal
1. double left click on My Computer
2. double left click on Control Panel
3. double left click on Internet
4. single left click on Connection tab
5. single left click on Settings button
6. check on line reading: Disconnect if idle for ## minutes
7. make sure you have the check-box in front of the above line UNCHECKED
you may enter a different number of minutes to be warned of disconnection
8. make sure you click on OK to save the change and close all menu boxes