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Problems Loading CNET News in IE and Firefox 1.0PR

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by cHIwAwITa, Sep 20, 2004.

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    I am having difficulty loading CNET News on both IE and Firefox 1.0PR. I recently installed Firefox 1.0PR, but it was still working then. It currently displays a grey background without any images and all the text is blue underlined (as though it were a link). I tried eveything I could think of, from clearing cookies and cache to restarting. I have scanned for spyware using S&D and Ad-aware. Norton is also active: my system is clean. I have attacted two screenshots that are from both IE and Firefox. This was a random thing, it happened without any related event (restarting firefox, installing firefox, upgrading extensions, etc.) Please help! Thanks a lot.

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