How to Fix the Facebook Loading Content Text Problem
When you see an error message that says “Sorry, something is wrong”, what do you normally do? Most people immediately head to Facebook to find out what’s going on. This is what I used to do too when I first saw the “loading content text” error. I couldn’t figure out why it was happening or how to fix it. I thought that I was going to have to close Facebook for good but there was a way to fix this problem and keep my Facebook open.
So, here’s what you can do… Just go into the “Help” section of Facebook. The top of the screen will be divided into three panels. The top one will display all the known errors that you have on your Facebook site. Clicking on one of the links will take you to the specific problem you are seeing.
If the problem you’re seeing is seen in the news feed, click the link and read about it. This will tell you what the problem is and give you the details of the problem. For example, if you’re seeing the error, “You are currently seeing this message in the newsfeed,” then you will know what the problem is. It could be anything from a Facebook glitch to a connection issue. You’ll need to contact Facebook and get it fixed.
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The other two panels, the “Help” and “FAQ” will tell you what is wrong with your Facebook account. If you’re seeing the error “You are currently seeing this message in the news feed,” but you aren’t connected to the Internet, then it could be a minor technical problem. In this case, you might just need to download the latest update for Facebook. You can always reinstall Facebook if this is the case when this happens it’s usually because of the owner’s Facebook message.
However, if the error you are seeing is in the” Loading content” section of your Facebook page, then you’re probably seeing an actual technical problem with your Facebook server. If you have an iPhone or an Android phone, then you can use the “Google” application to see if you have an issue with your Facebook loading content text. This works on all devices. Just go to the” Settings” menu and then click” Apps.”
This will bring up the list of apps on your phone. Search for Facebook and open that app. If you still have the error, then you need to fix your error. There are a few ways to do this, and we will discuss them below.
The first thing you can do if you see the error is to go into the “Settings” menu and look at the Connection tab. This should show all the files that are being used by your Facebook server, including the ones you don’t recognize. You may just need to download those files and re-install the app. If it doesn’t, then your problem is most likely an external connection problem.
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External connection problems include virus infection, wireless card issues, software issues, and others. If you see one of these things, then you need to go into the settings and clear out any files that are taking up space on your computer. This will take some time depending on the size of the file you want to remove. In many cases, you will be prompted to insert a new USB drive or CD. Then, everything should be fine again.
Another way to fix the Facebook error loading screen is to see if you can change the language setting in the “Settings” menu. If you see an option for the language you’re using in the Facebook interface, then you probably have the problem. Simply change this setting to the language you’re accustomed to using, and the error should be fixed. Sometimes this is all it takes.
However, if the problem persists after making these changes, then you may need to get your PC repaired. Sometimes, problems with the CPU can lead to Facebook not being able to load pages properly, even though you have an internet connection. If this happens, then you should consider changing your CPU’s speeds to eliminate the problem.
If none of those methods work, then it may be time to get a new computer. Your old PC should already be capable of handling Facebook if it’s been on your machine for a while. In that case, all you have to do is use the steps above to see if the error still occurs. If so, then you know for sure that you’re going to need to run Facebook in Compatibility mode. That will make Facebook run correctly, and it will be much easier on your system.