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Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by twooclockjoe, Oct 8, 2008.

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  1. twooclockjoe

    twooclockjoe Thread Starter

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    Hi, a number of users on our network are intermittently getting a IE 7 error "web page cannot be displayed" where an immediate refresh will load the page successfully. It's does not seem to be website specific - I have had it happen on any number of pages including google. Any help would be appreciated.

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  2. AcidBurnz95

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    How many machine on the network? What kind/speed of network? What kind of ISP connection (DSL/CABLE/FIOS)?
     
  3. twooclockjoe

    twooclockjoe Thread Starter

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    We have 38 Windows XP Pro users on Windows SBS 2003 and have a T1 connection.
     
  4. AcidBurnz95

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    The only thing I can guess is that you are getting heavy network traffic that is causing the time outs. Does this happen more at certin times (i.e. first thing in the morning, lunch time and right before quiting time)?
     
  5. twooclockjoe

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    I have not pinned down a certain time. I just had it happen to me as I was going to this forum and I clicked refresh and all is well. One other note, I run a "Ping www.google.com -t" and let it run while I was browsing and the same time the problem occurred, google timed out then it went back to normal ping times.
     
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