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"invalid url "/" is not valid" only appears for my laptop
i received the message "invalid url the requested url "/", is invalid. reference number #9.3e556acb.1337262673.220f958c" this message only appears for facebook webpage. other website is fine. Also only my laptop have this problem,my friend laptop connected to same line have no problem. Have tried different browser and all also cant connect to facebook. Have also tried https and http and result still the same Have tried many different solutions found on internet such as: 1.)start in safe mode 2.)set internet network to "auto search proxy" 3.)restart pc
i cant restart modem cause i'm using hostel line.
Hi, i've fixed my problem using the information in the blog http://dotnetfish.blogspot.com/2012/05/facebook-invalid-url-requested-url-is.html , hope this can solve your problem as well. It's not able the browser but the setting in hosts file.Read this answer in context 👍 13
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Hi, i've fixed my problem using the information in the blog http://dotnetfish.blogspot.com/2012/05/facebook-invalid-url-requested-url-is.html , hope this can solve your problem as well. It's not able the browser but the setting in hosts file.
The first thing is that I suggest you upgrade to Firefox version 12. New releases include security patches that are important for safely browsing the web.
If you can't connect to facebook from other browsers either then I don't think this is a firefox issue.
Can you access facebook through a proxy? Try through Hide My Ass
Modified by Ed
now can access already after changing some code thing from the blog.Thanks man =)
Glad it is working now.
Did it suddenly stop working? If so it may be that a virus or worm modified the hosts file. I'd do a full virus scan.
Yea. The info in the blog really helps.
i did a full virus scan,but turn out no virus detected it just suddenly stop working during afternoon. it may be possible cause the previous night i turn off my firewall cause was playing LAN games with friends. Just letting you know...
That does sound like spy/malware to me. See here:
Maybe try a full scan with malware byes or spybot s&d just to be on the safe side.
thanks man...really appreciate it =)