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#1 Posted by Falcon084 (8757 posts) -

Evertime I try to change my user pic I get a white page saying:

An error occurred while processing your request.

Reference #97.da81093d.1347428832.a35608fb

#2 Posted by kitty (114541 posts) -
Are you using a image hosted by gamespot? or another site?
#3 Posted by Falcon084 (8757 posts) -

I've tried both. If I try another site nothing happens. If I try GS I get the error.

#4 Posted by Scalper (437 posts) -
You should be able to just paste the direct link url from an image host in the User Icon: field and then hit apply and it should take(it might take a while to change). It just worked for me yesterday when I changed from the now not working gamespot server to imgur
#5 Posted by Falcon084 (8757 posts) -

You should be able to just paste the direct link url from an image host in the User Icon: field and then hit apply and it should take(it might take a while to change). It just worked for me yesterday when I changed from the now not working gamespot server to imgurScalper

I tried that yesterday, and the day before. Nada :(

#6 Posted by Falcon084 (8757 posts) -

Now I'm getting a 404 message :(

#7 Posted by finalstar2007 (24927 posts) -

My user pic not even showing

#8 Posted by kitty (114541 posts) -

Now I'm getting a 404 message :(

Falcon084
Have you tried a different browser?

My user pic not even showing

finalstar2007
IS your image hosted by gamespot? If so, upload it to imageshack, tinypic or photobucket and host it from there. :)
#9 Posted by gmax (6861 posts) -
For users that have had their profile images hosted on GameSpot until now, this is essentially the same "userimage" issue that is mentioned in Jody's Avatar not displaying thread. For users who have their profile images hosted elsewhere, most problems with their profile images are likely to be the result of issues with the image hosts, whoever they are. For myself, I'm just going to leave my profile images alone since that will help me keep an eye on the status of the userimage situation. Switching to other image hosts may be a quick fix for those inclined to go that route, but image host reliability varies, and further maintenance should be expected no matter where you take your images.