Friday, November 14, 2008


"When I try to log in I get this message: bX-tu3f3q Anyone have any ideas of what this means and how I can over ride it to log in?"

Simply put it means that you are getting one of the "infamous" bx error codes! It just simply means that something went wrong when you were trying to do something with your blog - in your specific case you got this bx error code when you were trying to log in.

A LOT of people have been getting bx error codes (that's one of the reasons why I decided to start this blog) so you are not alone in getting them!

Generally speaking you cannot "override a bx error code! Although there have been some people who have posted different solutions to different bx error code problems, there is not one way to over-ride ALL bx error codes! has said that a lot of these bx error codes are temporary so you may want to wait a few days to see if the problem solves itself.

One of the most often-giving suggestions for a solution (suggested by one of the employees) is that you first try to clear your cache and cookies and then re-start your browser. A lot of people have posted that this has worked for them.

If these solutions haven't solved your problem then the next that suggests that you do is to do a search for your specific bx error - hopefully someone has posted a solution for them and hopefully that solution will work for you!

If that still doesn't help then you can post about your bx error code at the Blogger Help Groups. You first have to sign up and join but this is free!

After you post about your bx error code, hopefully someone will reply (hopefully one of the employees) with an answer - and hopefully a solution.

If that still proves to provide no results you can then report your bx error code problem to directly by clicking on the link titled "Report Your BX Error Code Problem that is provided on the right side of this blog.

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