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Navigation to the web page is cancelled - error message

Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by Wordup, Jul 7, 2007.

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  1. Wordup

    Wordup Thread Starter

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    I recently bought an HP Pavillion running windows vista. From day 1 of booting up I've been getting an error message that says navigation to the web page has been cancelled. I cannot right click it, as when I do nothing happens. I cannot "x" it out as there is no "x". I can only click the one link in the error message which says "refresh the web page" which brings another error message that says - This program cannot display the web page. THere is no way for me to clear this error box. It is forever there. Any ideas or thoughts are much appreciated.
     
  2. lauraloo

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    I am having the exact same problem!!! It's incredibly frustrating that the only way to get rid of this stupid box is to do the old Alt-F4... I think it has something to do with internet explorer. The aggravating thing is that I only use Firefox. ):<
     
  3. Wordup

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    Thanks Lauraloo. The alt F4 did the trick. if you learn anymore about how to eliminate this for good please pass along the good advice! Thanks again!
     
  4. soccergeek

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    I only get the navigation cancelled through AOL, but if I open up IE, I can surf the web with no issue. AOL seems to direct every entry to 205.188.146.146 and then cancel....Inculding its own homepage and AOL help.

    Any ideas?
     
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