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"400 Bad Request "


 Posted 12 days ago More by Cyriacus C.

Is anyone experiencing this or have I missed any post concerning this? For few days now, I am unable to play my Eager Zebra games and T-Time entry I used to do before. I don't know what is the Problem. Is it from my Device or what? Thanks.
Is anyone experiencing this or have I missed any post concerning this?
For few days now, I am unable to play my Eager Zebra games and T-Time entry I used to do before. I don't know what is the Problem. Is it from my Device or what?
Thanks.
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Cyriacus C.

Nigeria

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 Posted 12 days ago

Dear Cyriacus C , View this post : [url=https://www.sfimg.com/forum/thread?id=123024]https://www.sfimg.com/forum/thread?id=123024[/url] Post is also a member from Nigeria. See on your forum, maybe it's an Internet operator? All the best ! Zoran Vukovic
Dear Cyriacus C ,
View this post :
https://www.sfimg.com/forum/thread?id=123024
Post is also a member from Nigeria.
See on your forum,
maybe it's an Internet operator?
All the best !
Zoran Vukovic
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Zoran V.

Serbia

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 Posted 12 days ago More by Cyriacus C.

Whenever I tried to play Eager Zebra games and T-Time entry, I'm having a notification of "400 Bad Request " Please help me out to clarify me.
Whenever I tried to play Eager Zebra games and T-Time entry, I'm having a notification of "400 Bad Request "
Please help me out to clarify me.
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Cyriacus C.

Nigeria

E365 Country Champion
 
Posts: 160 | Followers: 82 | Joined SFI: Sep 16, 2016

 Posted 12 days ago

Hi Cyriacus, Affiliates have posted possible solutions to your "400 Bad Request" problem. Affiliate Zoran steered you in the right direction, but, since you have not posted if the problem has been resolved, I thought I would post this on the Forum for you and others. HTTP Error 400 Bad request What is Error 400 The Web server (running the Web site) thinks that the data stream sent by the client (e.g. your Web browser or our CheckUpDown robot) was 'malformed' i.e. did not respect the HTTP protocol completely. So the Web server was unable to understand the request and process it. It almost always means bad programming of the client system and/or the Web server. Fixing 400 errors - general There is a low-level problem in the client or the Web server or both. 95% of the time this is because of a problem on the client system e.g. there is something unstable on your PC running the Web browser. Is your PC secure ?. If your PC is not well-protected, then all kinds of problems may occur - including HTTP 400 errors. If you run Windows, stay up-to-date with automatic security updates from Microsoft and possibly consider getting a registry cleaner. Always have good anti-virus and spyware protection. Invest in a hardware firewall if you can afford one. Be sensible surfing the Web - block pop-up windows and avoid bad sites. If your PC security is compromised, then Web traffic out from your PC to the Internet may be secretly corrupted by malware (spyware, viruses, etc.) running on your PC. This can be difficult for you to detect. Have you installed web-based software ?. Some social networking and games sites ask you to download and run software on your PC so you can interact with other people on the Internet directly (without using your Web browser). This software, if badly written or even criminal, can corrupt all HTTP traffic from your PC. Getting rid of that defective software can be difficult. At worst you may have to reinstall your operating system again (possibly losing all your personal data on your PC if you do not have backup). How stable is your Internet connection ?. If you have recently changed ISPs or your ISP is very slow or unreliable, then Web traffic from your PC out to any site on the Internet may be corrupt. Your ISP may have reconfigured some of their setups (e.g. introduced new proxy servers or caching) that is causing some instability. A possible sign of problems here is if you can not easily browse the Web site of your ISP. You can also try to check that the Web site you are actually visiting is the one you think you are visiting. For example, you may have a DNS problem. You can check this using a ‘ping’ test. A DNS problem may be caused by your ISP or may be on your own system e.g. in a ‘hosts’ file. Do you get the error on more than one Web site ?. If you get the error on lots of Web sites, this indicates the problem is on your PC, not on those sites. Do you get the error using more than one browser ?. If you have two or more Web browsers installed on your PC and the behavior is not the same (one Web browser gives an HTTP 400 error visiting a site, another Web browser does not give the 400 error visiting the same site), then one of your browsers may be defective. Try to find an upgrade or security fix for the problem browser. If you recently changed some configuration options in the problem browser, try reversing the change to see if that helps. Do you get the error on big Web sites ?. If you get the problem on quite a small site, visit some of the bigger sites like Amazon, eBay, Google, Microsoft, and Yahoo. If you get the problem only on small sites, it indicates a problem with only those sites or the traffic from your PC to those sites. Do you get the error on simple URLs ?. If you get a problem with a long complicated URL (such as http://www.xxx.com?PHPrequest=643&value=dres&cookies=No) but not with a shorter simpler URL for the same site (such as http://www.xxx.com), this can indicate a problem with the Web server on the site you are trying to visit. This is not conclusive evidence but is a good starting point. Contact the owners of the Website and describe the problem to them. You may find for example the problem occurs with POST methods (you are both submitting data to the Website and retrieving data from the Website), but not with getting methods (you are only retrieving data from the Website). Do you have a cache problem ?. Try clearing your cookies, browser cache and browsing history in your Web browser. Disable or remove any third-party caching or ‘web accelerator’ software you installed. Then try rebooting your PC and any firewall/router you use to connect to the Internet. That may not fix the error, but at least may eliminate any problem due to old settings on your PC. What has changed since you started getting the HTTP 400 problem ?. In general, terms, think about what has changed on your PC since you first started seeing the problem. This may cover any of the items mentioned above. Work backward and see if undoing those changes makes any difference. So there are a lot of things that you can check on your own PC. If you contact the owners of the Web site giving you the HTTP 400 error and they say "We have lots of other users who do not have your problem - so there must be something wrong with your PC", they are right most of the time - and you can not expect them to be interested in fixing your own PC problems. However if they know there is a problem with their Web site, they should hopefully tell you so and tell you when they plan to fix the problem. From MDN web docs moz://a 2005-2018 Cyriacus take what you want from this and throw away the rest. I hope it helps you and your business. Wheels up! Ron Pate
Hi Cyriacus,

Affiliates have posted possible solutions to your "400 Bad Request" problem.

Affiliate Zoran steered you in the right direction, but, since you have not posted if the problem has been resolved, I thought I would post this on the Forum for you and others.

HTTP Error 400 Bad request
What is Error 400
The Web server (running the Web site) thinks that the data stream sent by the client (e.g. your Web browser or our CheckUpDown robot) was 'malformed' i.e. did not respect the HTTP protocol completely. So the Web server was unable to understand the request and process it.

It almost always means bad programming of the client system and/or the Web server.

Fixing 400 errors - general
There is a low-level problem in the client or the Web server or both. 95% of the time this is because of a problem on the client system e.g. there is something unstable on your PC running the Web browser.

Is your PC secure ?. If your PC is not well-protected, then all kinds of problems may occur - including HTTP 400 errors. If you run Windows, stay up-to-date with automatic security updates from Microsoft and possibly consider getting a registry cleaner. Always have good anti-virus and spyware protection. Invest in a hardware firewall if you can afford one. Be sensible surfing the Web - block pop-up windows and avoid bad sites. If your PC security is compromised, then Web traffic out from your PC to the Internet may be secretly corrupted by malware (spyware, viruses, etc.) running on your PC. This can be difficult for you to detect.

Have you installed web-based software ?. Some social networking and games sites ask you to download and run software on your PC so you can interact with other people on the Internet directly (without using your Web browser). This software, if badly written or even criminal, can corrupt all HTTP traffic from your PC. Getting rid of that defective software can be difficult. At worst you may have to reinstall your operating system again (possibly losing all your personal data on your PC if you do not have backup).

How stable is your Internet connection ?. If you have recently changed ISPs or your ISP is very slow or unreliable, then Web traffic from your PC out to any site on the Internet may be corrupt. Your ISP may have reconfigured some of their setups (e.g. introduced new proxy servers or caching) that is causing some instability. A possible sign of problems here is if you can not easily browse the Web site of your ISP. You can also try to check that the Web site you are actually visiting is the one you think you are visiting. For example, you may have a DNS problem. You can check this using a ‘ping’ test. A DNS problem may be caused by your ISP or may be on your own system e.g. in a ‘hosts’ file.

Do you get the error on more than one Web site ?. If you get the error on lots of Web sites, this indicates the problem is on your PC, not on those sites.

Do you get the error using more than one browser ?. If you have two or more Web browsers installed on your PC and the behavior is not the same (one Web browser gives an HTTP 400 error visiting a site, another Web browser does not give the 400 error visiting the same site), then one of your browsers may be defective. Try to find an upgrade or security fix for the problem browser. If you recently changed some configuration options in the problem browser, try reversing the change to see if that helps.

Do you get the error on big Web sites ?. If you get the problem on quite a small site, visit some of the bigger sites like Amazon, eBay, Google, Microsoft, and Yahoo. If you get the problem only on small sites, it indicates a problem with only those sites or the traffic from your PC to those sites.

Do you get the error on simple URLs ?. If you get a problem with a long complicated URL (such as www.xxx.com?PHPrequest=643&value=dres&cookies=No) but not with a shorter simpler URL for the same site (such as www.xxx.com), this can indicate a problem with the Web server on the site you are trying to visit. This is not conclusive evidence but is a good starting point. Contact the owners of the Website and describe the problem to them. You may find for example the problem occurs with POST methods (you are both submitting data to the Website and retrieving data from the Website), but not with getting methods (you are only retrieving data from the Website).

Do you have a cache problem ?. Try clearing your cookies, browser cache and browsing history in your Web browser. Disable or remove any third-party caching or ‘web accelerator’ software you installed. Then try rebooting your PC and any firewall/router you use to connect to the Internet. That may not fix the error, but at least may eliminate any problem due to old settings on your PC.

What has changed since you started getting the HTTP 400 problem ?. In general, terms, think about what has changed on your PC since you first started seeing the problem. This may cover any of the items mentioned above. Work backward and see if undoing those changes makes any difference.

So there are a lot of things that you can check on your own PC. If you contact the owners of the Web site giving you the HTTP 400 error and they say "We have lots of other users who do not have your problem - so there must be something wrong with your PC", they are right most of the time - and you can not expect them to be interested in fixing your own PC problems. However if they know there is a problem with their Web site, they should hopefully tell you so and tell you when they plan to fix the problem.


From MDN web docs
moz://a
2005-2018

Cyriacus take what you want from this and throw away the rest. I hope it helps you and your business.

Wheels up!
Ron Pate




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Ronald P.

Philippines

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Posts: 393 | Followers: 147 | Joined SFI: Sep 9, 2016

 Posted 12 days ago More by TEMITOPE NOAH O.

It can be your device or network. Just keep trying, I know it will be resolve.
It can be your device or network. Just keep trying, I know it will be resolve.
 
Posts: 5 | Followers: 4 | Joined SFI: Apr 25, 2018

 Posted 12 days ago More by TEMITOPE NOAH O.

Have tried playing on another device? Try it on a desktop computer. Ok.
Have tried playing on another device? Try it on a desktop computer. Ok.
 
Posts: 5 | Followers: 4 | Joined SFI: Apr 25, 2018

 Posted 11 days ago

I did come across the same problem. It seemed that that particular ECA or products were not existed or the website was not available. SFI had rectified the error and the appearance of the new product made T-time accessible. If the problem is still persist, it might be the problem with your computer or internet connection.
I did come across the same problem. It seemed that that particular ECA or products were not existed or the website was not available. SFI had rectified the error and the appearance of the new product made T-time accessible. If the problem is still persist, it might be the problem with your computer or internet connection.
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James N.

Malaysia

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