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Facebook problem

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by reshma, Nov 13, 2007.

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  1. reshma

    reshma Thread Starter

    Nov 7, 2007
    Hi, I know a member has had this prob before me but I don't know if it was ever resolved.

    I'm having problems with one web site - Facebook which is really annoying as many of my contacts are on there.

    When I open facebook, the login page and update page are all fine but when I try to explore messages, my profile and other pages on Facebook, it starts loading the page, (loading bar goes to half way and stops at half way) and then the page freezes.

    It started a week ago - hotmail and Facebook were the first sites I couldn't access at all and then the rest of the internet access went. I had the laptop looked at and the guy de-activated the expired Norton Anti-virus and immediately the internet started working again. I un-installed Norton and put Kapersky anti-virus on instead.

    Everything ran fine after this for a few days and recently only Facebook started playing up.
    Thanks for any help

    Packard Bell EasyNote Laptop, Microsoft XP. I use Vodafone wireless for my internet access.
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