delay in loading IE at each new domain

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gabe

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situation: upon opening IE, homepage loads immediately (as in i can see everything), but the page is inaccessible (mouse is a pointer, cannot click on anything) for anywhere from 30 to 60 seconds, after which point, everythings fine. when browsing within the domain, i can click between pages without any delay, however, once i leave a domain for a new one (say go from google to yahoo), i must again wait 30 -60 sec for the page not be frozen.

if i am unclear, please ask for specifics.
any help resolving this problem would greatly help

i have emptied my temp internet file folder, and have increased the temp internet file cache size to no improvement.

-gabe-
 
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Firstly - Welcome to TSG.

What type of connection are you on ? Cable ? DSL ? Dialup ?

Have you checked your system for spyware or other junk that you may have accumulated over time while surfing ? If not then you could perhaps start by downloading Spybot Search & Destroy from here :

http://security.kolla.de/

Install > Run > click Online > Check for updates > Get all updates > close IE > click Check for problems > Fix all checked.

No doubt others will suggest more things to try.

Hope you get it sorted.
 

gabe

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fyi, i am on a T1 line, work machine.
i'm thinking that S&D is the way to go.
thanks for the suggestions and the warm welcome.
keep up the good work
 
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