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ie10 will not open facebook

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by paulboca, Feb 10, 2013.

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  1. paulboca

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    But it opens perfectly in chrome. What I get is facebook with a blank page. No matter what I try and do in fb, nothing happens. But, as I said, it works just fine in chrome. Other webpages in ie10 work fine. I tried uninstalling ie, rebooting, re-installing ie, rebooting. Same problem. This just started happening yesterday

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    I'm using Internet Explorer 10 Pre-Release and Windows 7 and the Facebook home page loaded fine for me.

    I'm not a Facebook user though, so I can't comment on any issues that it has.

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