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How do I stop Google from processing my browser's page access errors?

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Whenever I have trouble accessing any web page, I get several "404 Not Found" errors in quick succession followed by a "414 Request-URI Too Large" error from Google. My most recent example of the final URL is :- == http://google.com.au/cgi/errors.cgi?q=http%3A%2F%2Fwww%2Egoogle%2Ecom%2Eau%2Fcgi%2Ferrors%2Ecgi%3Fq%3Dhttp%253A%252F%252Fwww%2Egoogle%2Ecom%2Eau%252Fcgi%252Ferrors%2Ecgi%253Fq%253Dhttp%25253A%25252F%25252Fwww%2Egoogle%2Ecom%2Eau%25252Fcgi%25252Ferrors%2Ecgi%25253Fq%25253Dhttp%2525253A%2525252F%2525252Fwww%2Egoogle%2Ecom%2Eau%2525252Fcgi%2525252Ferrors%2Ecgi%2525253Fq%2525253Dhttp%252525253A%252525252F%252525252Fwww%2Egoogle%2Ecom%2Eau%252525252Fcgi%252525252Ferrors%2Ecgi%252525253Fq%252525253Dhttp%25252525253A%25252525252F%25252525252Fwww%2Egoogle%2Ecom%2Eau%25252525252Fcgi%25252525252Ferrors%2Ecgi%25252525253Fq%25252525253Dhttp%2525252525253A%2525252525252F%2525252525252Fwww%2Egoogle%2Ecom%2Eau%2525252525252Fcgi%2525252525252Ferrors%2Ecgi%2525252525253Fq%2525252525253Dhttp%252525252525253A%252525252525252F%252525252525252Fwww%2Ecopyright%2Eorg%2Eau%252525252525252Fspecialinterest%252525252525252FG051%2Epdf%25252525252526type%2525252525253D404%25252525252526ISN%2525252525253D82A457E6FEDA4185837C1D0EF1FB9512%25252525252526ccv%2525252525253D130%25252525252526cnid%2525252525253D867034%25252525252526cco%2525252525253DUS%25252525252526ct%2525252525253D7%252525252526type%25252525253D404%252525252526ISN%25252525253D82A457E6FEDA4185837C1D0EF1FB9512%252525252526ccv%25252525253D130%252525252526cnid%25252525253D867034%252525252526cco%25252525253DUS%252525252526ct%25252525253D7%2525252526type%252525253D404%2525252526ISN%252525253D82A457E6FEDA4185837C1D0EF1FB9512%2525252526ccv%252525253D130%2525252526cnid%252525253D867034%2525252526cco%252525253DUS%2525252526ct%252525253D7%25252526type%2525253D404%25252526ISN%2525253D82A457E6FEDA4185837C1D0EF1FB9512%25252526ccv%2525253D130%25252526cnid%2525253D867034%25252526cco%2525253DUS%25252526ct%2525253D7%252526type%25253D404%252526ISN%25253D82A457E6FEDA4185837C1D0EF1FB9512%252526ccv%25253D130%252526cnid%25253D867034%252526cco%25253DUS%252526ct%25253D7%2526type%253D404%2526ISN%253D82A457E6FEDA4185837C1D0EF1FB9512%2526ccv%253D130%2526cnid%253D867034%2526cco%253DUS%2526ct%253D7%26type%3D404%26ISN%3D82A457E6FEDA4185837C1D0EF1FB9512%26ccv%3D130%26cnid%3D867034%26cco%3DUS%26ct%3D7&type=404&ISN=82A457E6FEDA4185837C1D0EF1FB9512&ccv=130&cnid=867034&cco=US&ct=7 == I would like to be able to stop this from happening, and instead get a basic error message from my browser as I used to.

The problem with Google's handling of the error generating multiple subsequent errors leading to an overflow makes it difficult to edit an incorrectly typed URL to make corrections, and for other errors it makes it difficult to determine what the original problem was, let alone fix it.

This happened

A few times a week

== I set up Windows 7, installed Firefox, and set Google as my default search provider