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but What's that! What does that mean?

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Not entirely sure, but I believe this happens when PHP is unable to process the request, so Apache has nothing to send to the buffer with no headers (blank). Without a file type header, your browser attempts to "download" the blank "index.php" like a file download. This can happen when the server get's busy, or there is an internal error with PHP that's not related to the script. I *think* it is either a PHP crash, or a random occurrence where the request doesn't get to PHP.... If the script had an execution problem, PHP would return something like "Maximum execution time" or something...

Kind of a random thing :).

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