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MacOS Chrome browser - no data received

Posted on 2014-01-20
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Very often when visiting web properties such as opentext.com, I see get an error message NO DATA RECEIVED.  Even after clearing cache and trying again. What can be the cause of this?
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by:Dave Baldwin
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Don't know, I don't have that problem on Mac or PC Chrome.  'opentext.com' comes up the first time on both.
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I get this on some sites usually when they timeout - the website responds initially but then nothing comes back - I put it down to a busy route, that's not the website but the path between your computer and the website.
try a different physical location of a different time of day.
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thanks!
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