Guide to Fix Mac Error Code 403
In the Mac OS X, you usually use Safari web browser for the surfing and browsing. For this reason, you connect your computer to any server. But when you are trying to connect with the HTTP server, you may get Mac error code 403. It will say “Forbidden: You don’t have permission to access [directory] on this server. Error code 403”.After getting this error message on the computer screen, you will not be able to access the web browser and the computer may get stuck. In this critical situation, you can go through some manual methods if you have a sound technical knowledge to fix the issue. You can also use MacKeeper Tool to fix the problem automatically.
Causes of error 403 in Mac OS X –
Main causes or reasons behind the Mac error code 403 are that you are going to access the server that you don’t have permission to use, incomplete installation of the Mac or the Safari, corrupt or misconfigured Mac file system, virus infections, unfinished uninstalling of some files, problem with the server, internet disconnections, etc.
How to fix Mac error code 403 –
Error 403 in Mac OS X can be fixed with the help of the below mentioned manual method:
- Check the URL of the website that you want to access.
- Try to clear the entire caches of the website.
- Clear the cookies of the browser.
- Contact the server provider and then resolve the issue.
- You can also reinstall the Mac OS X and reconnect with the server to fix the issue.
With the help of the above manual method, you may fix Mac error code 403 properly. But if the issue is not resolved with these steps, then you must download and install
MacKeeper Tool in your computer automatically.
MacKeeper Tool will help you to fix the Mac problems completely. It will scan the whole computer and find out the errors to remove them automatically. It will clear the caches and cookies of the website, repair the corrupt or misconfigured Mac file system, etc very easily. The tool will also optimize the performance of the system greatly.