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Ie 7 - Firefox

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by ladibus, Jul 3, 2007.

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  1. ladibus

    ladibus Thread Starter

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    The Yahoo and Google homepage stopped working in all my browsers: Firefox , MS IE 7 . I get a page with almost no content and a notice that says:

    In order to see all the new Yahoo! home page has to offer, please upgrade to a more recent browser.
    Supported browsers include:
    Internet Explorer 7 optimized by Yahoo!
    Internet Explorer 6
    Firefox 2.0.04

    It was working fine until Monday this week. I can't think of anything I did system-wide that would have caused this problem (actually, I didn't make any system-wide changes at all).

    On an outside chance, I threw out all Yahoo cookies and Firefox prefs, but no help.
    Im using Windows XP.


    Any ideas?

    Max
     
  2. briealeida

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    What version of Firefox are you running? You get the same error in both browsers?

    Do you have connectivity still? IE, can you browse to other websites from that machine?
     
  3. ladibus

    ladibus Thread Starter

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    Firefox version : 2.0.0.4
    IE 7

    I can enter to all websites from both browsers but the problem is that Yahoo and Google doesn't work properly,also Netflix or Blockbuster.
     
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