If you have been trying to resolve a Windows Error code 6400 you are in luck. Our how-to guide will walk you through the steps needed to clean up the problem from your PC.
This error code may pop up when using a software as a service, such as Google Gmail. It does not occur when using a resident program.
When you get this message, the problem is likely not in your own computer. It is an error that is sometimes given when a host is having problem processing requests on their own servers; for example, the host is experiencing unusually high traffic or a problem in connectivity on their end. In this case, the best course of action is simply to wait a minute or two, and then try to execute your task again. If you are still unable to execute your task, you may try clearing your cache or your temporary Internet files, exit your browser, and then re-launch your browser again. This may clear up the problem. Again, if you are still unable to execute your task, the only other course of action is to contact the service provider’s tech support department. If they are having temporary problems, they may offer a recorded announcement telling you so, and how long you may have to wait before the problem is resolved. Go have some coffee and do something else for a while—it’s not your problem!
TipFor more information, please see: How to fix Connection error #6400