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    What Does This Mean!? Help...

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    "ERROR CREATING THE XMLREQUEST OBJECT" I am trying to load a website and this is what I keep getting. What do I do?
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    Re: What Does This Mean!? Help...

    I would assume that there is a problem with the website. Can you access it using your PC?

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    yup im on it all the time
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    Re: What Does This Mean!? Help...

    Apparently the RIM BlackBerry server cannot render the page for display.

    Which does not necessarily mean it is the BBserver's fault; it could be that the page is not written to Web standards, and the BB is more demanding than a browser on a PC... which can support a measure of "quirks".

    If you have Firefox, install the Firebug extension and visit the page; it will show you any errors that may be there, even while the page displays. Nice little contraption... analyses HTML, XML, CSS, DOM, Net... You don't have to be up the curve (ouch!) on these, though... it is informative enough anyway.

    I often see errors in standard, mainline pages (which admittedly are not always the page's fault either)

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