Hi Suny, disable any adblocker browser extensions, make sure third-party cookies are enabled within your browser settings, and ensure that your Flash player is up-to-date. Also, make sure your computer is set to configure TCP/IP (DHCP) automatically. Then try to access watchtv.cox.com again. -Becky, Cox Support Forums Moderator
I've been getting this too, since last night, trying to watch Contour via browser. The full message is:
"Please clear your browser's cache
Sorry, we're having some trouble. Please clear your browser's cache and then refresh this page. Learn how to clear your cache by clicking here.
Except clearing my cache, including cookies and everything else, does no good: I keep getting that error. And I get it with three different browsers: FF, ME, and Chrome. So I'm pretty sure if doesn't actually have anything to do with my cache. I've also tried rebooting my computer and modem, just in case, and that also made no difference.
Right now in Chrome, though, I can see the login box on watchtv.cox.com, but when I enter my credentials and click the sign in button I get this:
Whitelabel Error Page
This application has no explicit mapping for /error, so you are seeing this as a fallback.
Sat Aug 25 14:49:11 UTC 2018
There was an unexpected error (type=Unauthorized, status=401).
Hi Imno007, disable any adblocker browser extensions, make sure third-party cookies are enabled within your browser settings, and ensure that your Flash player is up-to-date. Then try loading watchtv.cox.com again. It's working for me on Chrome this morning. -Becky, Cox Support Forums Moderator
Done all those things, nothing has changed. I've even added the address and set to allow under the Flash settings in Chrome. In Edge I don't have any addon's at all because I rarely use it, still doesn't work. I'll just wait it out, I guess. This happened one day last week and resolved after a while. Thanks
If I try to connect on my home network (which has not changed) I get the ftde.0001 error, but if I connect over my cell network it works correctly. This just started yesterday. As soon as I can I will play around with my network setting to see if I can fix this issue.
Well, needless to say, if you're using Cloudflare, or even another dns, try setting your dns to default to see if that fixes it. I'm convinced they've been messing around with something. Even though I'm having no trouble now accessing Contour and watching content, there have been several brief intermittent service interruptions in the last couple hours.