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When I browse to the TI E2E Community main page and click on the "ARM® & DSP Microprocessors" link under Support, I end up on a Server Error page that says "404 - File or directory not found." I suspect a name change.
The workaround is to go back, click on the "+" link to the left of "ARM® & DSP Microprocessors" and then select the desired sub-forum, e.g. "C5000 Ultra Low Power DSP"
We have had this happen for some people, its not for others. What browser and version are you using. We have our team looking into trying to figure out whats happening.
Foe - Texas Instruments WW Community Program Manager
We are working to resolve this issue and I will post an update once we have it resolved.
Blake Ethridge, Social Media Community Engagement Manager, Texas Instruments
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I am using OmniWeb 5.10.2
OmniGroup has been shipping browsers since the nineties, and were the first browser on OSX - before Safari. IIRC, their rendering engine is based on Apple's WebKit.
Strangely, though, Safari seems to have no problem with this link.
Perhaps there is something about the ® character after ARM® that could be causing the issue?
This issue should now be resolved. Let me know if you have any further issues.
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