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Old 11 June 2011, 05:55   #1
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"No data received"

Using Chrome and get this REGULARLY. After about ten clicks of "reload" it eventually comes up but slowly.
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Old 30 June 2011, 17:23   #2
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Old 01 July 2011, 05:12   #3
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Gotchi / CJL,

When this is happening can you run a traceroute. If you can't post the results straight away then perhaps cut and paste into notepad and save for later and either post it in this thread or PM Janet or Andy?

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Erm OK,

Can you advise me on how to do a traceroute?

I'm running Windows 7 and Google Chrome both with auto updates.

Most of the time it works fine then it keeps happening over and over again. If I click refresh whilst its trying to connect and download the pages it won't work. However if I click stop and then refresh it sometimes works.

It also sometimes does it when I use the YBW forums as well.

Every other site, Facebook, Beeb etc continue to work without fault.

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Chris,

To run the trace route, this is how I normally advise people to do it.

Click start, then in the box bottom left, type "cmd" and press enter.

type "cd desktop" (without the quotes) and press enter

then type this exactly "tracert All about rigid inflatable boats -- for RIB enthusiasts and all rigid inflatable boat users > trace.txt" and press enter

It will look like its doing nothing for a minute or two, but once its finished, you will go back to the C:\Users\username\desktop> prompt again, and if you check on your desktop you will find a file called "trace.txt"

The contents of that file is what the guys need, once you've sent it you can delete the file

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Erm OK,

Can you advise me on how to do a traceroute?

I'm running Windows 7 and Google Chrome both with auto updates.

Most of the time it works fine then it keeps happening over and over again. If I click refresh whilst its trying to connect and download the pages it won't work. However if I click stop and then refresh it sometimes works.

It also sometimes does it when I use the YBW forums as well.

Every other site, Facebook, Beeb etc continue to work without fault.

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The info from a traceroute report can really help ID an issue - often there's a hang up some where between your computer and our server and locating the problem is the first step.

Here are some nice instructions and a demo about how to do this: How to Use the Traceroute Command
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Finished school since 22nd so obviously my ISP has changed. Using same laptop haven't had the error since coming home. Although I haven't been using the site as much I guess. All other sites have remained consistantly the same. Other forums are the best direct comparison I guess. I used to go on BM for a few mins check things weren't my fault when i had one. They came in batches though. Loads one day and none the next.
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I'm having a similar problem. Using Firefox on Win XP SP2 via a Vodafone mobile broadband connection at the moment. I've never seen it before from the Falklands but I get a blank page with "Received a invalid response" at the top left corner, getting it quite regularly the last couple of weeks so it may be connection specific though no problems with other sites. I'm going home on Wednesday so if it is a connection issue, it doesn't matter

Tracert gives



Tracing route to All about rigid inflatable boats -- for RIB enthusiasts and all rigid inflatable boat users [174.37.94.77]

over a maximum of 30 hops:



1 681 ms 401 ms 408 ms 10.252.225.53

2 327 ms 381 ms 387 ms 10.252.224.211

3 315 ms 369 ms 399 ms host206.msm.che.vodafone [10.206.64.182]

4 * * * Request timed out.

5 * * * Request timed out.

6 * * * Request timed out.

7 * * * Request timed out.

8 345 ms 380 ms 389 ms 162.97.117.173

9 325 ms 410 ms 398 ms xe0-2-2-10G.scr3.CDG2.gblx.net [67.16.148.106]

10 416 ms 459 ms 482 ms xe1-3-2-10G.scr3.NYC1.gblx.net [67.16.166.30]

11 434 ms 467 ms 459 ms lag1.ar9.NYC1.gblx.net [67.16.142.50]

12 398 ms 459 ms 449 ms softlayer-technologies-inc.ethernet11-3.ar9.nyc1.gblx.net [206.165.75.234]

13 409 ms 437 ms 469 ms ae7.bbr02.tl01.nyc01.networklayer.com [173.192.18.177]

14 404 ms 509 ms 459 ms ae1.bbr01.eq01.chi01.networklayer.com [173.192.18.132]

15 437 ms 489 ms 489 ms po3.bbr01.eq01.dal01.networklayer.com [173.192.18.136]

16 447 ms 509 ms 520 ms ae8.dar02.sr01.dal01.networklayer.com [173.192.18.191]

17 449 ms 509 ms 519 ms po2.fcr04.sr05.dal01.networklayer.com [66.228.118.218]

18 458 ms 558 ms 517 ms 174.37.94.77-static.reverse.softlayer.com [174.37.94.77]



Trace complete.

Not sure if that is helpful or not?
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