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Ie,firefox,safari Problem

Discussion in 'All Other Software' 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: Safari , Firefox , MS IE 7 and Shiira. 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 Safari prefs, but no help.

    Any ideas? :(

    Max
     
  2. hamdy

    hamdy

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    could be becuase of a virus . uninstall this browsers and do afull scan then install it againe I hope it work and fix this problem .

    ..... ...........

    wait other ideas from members .​
     
  3. Goku

    Goku

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    Well,all you have to do is update the existing versions.Moreover,you can open them only in two browsers.They are:-

    >>Internet Explorer 6 or 7
    >>Mozilla Firefox 2.0.0.4

    Check your firefox version and report back here.If it is older than 2.0.0.1,then Yahoo! and Google probably won't work.Anyways,try it and report back here.Good Luck.:)
     
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