Wednesday, March 4, 2009


what is this? bX-l6y4ub?

What this is is that you are getting one of's infamous bx error codes. It just means that something went wrong when you were trying to do something with your blog. If it is any comfort then please believe that you are not the only one getting a bx error code.

There is a procedure that would like you to follow in case you do get one of the bx error codes.

First of all has said that a lot of these bx error codes are temporary so you may want to give it a few days to see if the problem solves itself.

It is also suggested that you may want to clear your cache and cookies and then re-start your browser. Some people have posted that this solution has worked for them.

If you still continue to have a problem then suggests that you do a search for your particular bx error code to see if anyone else has posted about it and hopefully they have provided a solution as well.

If you can't find any more information on your particular bx error code then you can start a message thread and post it to the help forums - hopefully you will receive a reply to your post.

If after that you still haven't managed to solve the problem then you can report your specific bx error code to by clicking on the link that is provided on the right side of this blog titled Report Your BX Error Code Problem Here.

It has been posted that when receives enough reports about a bx error code that they will assign someone to look into it further.

Unfortunately you did say what you were trying to do with your blog when you got this particular bx error code. Knowing what you were trying to do when you got this particular bx error might help us to help you more since not all bx error code problems have a simple solution.

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