We’ve all had a frustrating 404 error that leaves us with a blank page.
You might not be sure where to go next, and you might even be looking for a way to reset your password.
Here’s what you can do to make sure you get your password reset, or get it automatically, when your browser doesn’t have the latest version of the website.
If you can’t get a 404 error, and the error message looks like this: 404 Not Found , you may need to try the following steps: Check your network settings: You may have to log in to Polygon.com to see the results of your request.
You can check your internet connection by using your browser’s address bar or the menu bar in the upper-right corner.
Click the Network icon at the top of the screen.
Click Internet Settings.
Check the Security tab.
Click Reset Password.
Click OK to close this dialog box.
If that’s the case, check the “Confirm” box next to the “OK” button, and then click OK to save the changes.
Check your firewall settings: Open up your Internet browser and go to your firewall configuration.
To do this, open up the Internet Options window.
On the Network tab, click the Advanced tab.
If it’s not there yet, click it.
Click Advanced and then Advanced Firewall Settings.
In the Security and Sharing tab, select the Default User for your account and then OK.
Check that the “Change default user” button is unchecked and then check the box next a “Confirmation” checkbox to confirm that you want to change your default username and password.
Check if the request is successful: Open the browser and visit Polygon’s site.
To get the error code, you’ll need to navigate to your browser and then select the Request Error tab.
From there, you can either type in the URL you’re getting an error from, or click the “Open with” button at the bottom of the page to see if the URL is available.
If the error comes from the URL, you will need to change it to a valid one.
You’ll also need to click the Edit button at bottom of your screen.
If all of the steps above have worked, you should see a new Error Code box appear next to “OK.”
If not, the request will still work and you should be able to enter the URL into the form to resolve the issue.
If there are no other options available to resolve your issue, you may have entered an invalid URL in your request or you may want to make a note of the URL on your web browser to ensure you enter it correctly.
To help you figure out how to get the right response from Polygon, here’s a handy chart that explains how to solve some common errors.