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IE 7 will not display certain sites

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by jgblake, Jan 22, 2007.

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  1. jgblake

    jgblake Thread Starter

    Dec 29, 1998

    Downloaded IE7 and certain sites (Georgia government--I'm an accountant) refuse to display. I removed back to IE6, same problem. Other sites display fine. Am forced to use Firefox 2 to get to these sites, but Firefox has issues, too. Sites display fine on other machines on my network, some using IE7 and some IE6. Have tried reloading, and still does not work. Anyone have any ideas? Thanks!
  2. By George

    By George

    Jan 14, 2007
    I have an earlier post in this same forum "Sites using ad.Doubleclick.net". Might be the same problem. Two other computers on my home network do not have this problem and can get into those sites.
    So far I have not received help from anyone.

    Do you get the same message in the bottom tool bar about Doubleclick?
  3. Ctaaj


    Jan 9, 2007
    I had this problem also, got no reply here, so I'll tell you what I did. This may not work for you. I reinstalled my winsock.dll, got that online. No change, but shut down and waited a night and all was normal. Since then, when it happens, I go to tools on the IE7 window, manage add-ons and disable them one at a time, shutting them and reopening each time until it works. Look for the add-ons with a publisher that isn't necessary, so save the microsoft/symantec type ones for last.
    Hope this helps,
  4. gargoyle189


    Dec 28, 2006
    Since you updated to IE7 have you cleared out your cache and cookies, i found i had this problem where some pages did not display and others were slow, try Right Clicking on your IE7 icon on the desktop and choose properties, then click advanced and then click the RESET at the bottom, this may do the trick.
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