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Website Connection Problems on Google Chrome

Discussion in 'Windows 8' started by BanjoWyatt, Sep 29, 2013.

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  1. BanjoWyatt

    BanjoWyatt Thread Starter

    Sep 29, 2013
    Hi, I am running Windows 8, and I have WEBROOT as an anti-Virus program. I usually use Google Chrome for all my needs, but for the last 4 weeks or so every single time I log on I have to reload because the page either does not load fully, or little squares show up in the middle of the screen. I have Yahoo as my default and 8 times out of 10, when I first sign on, I have to reload the page, and then every website after that the same thing happens. When I use IE10, this doesn't happen, and when I do use IE my WebRoot doesn't show-up in the upper right hand corner of the page as being active like it does on GC. I have done everything except restore to a previous version, which I truly hope I don't have to do. I've tried adjusting my WebRoot Firewalls but that doesn't seem to do anything, I have cleared all history, cache, everything! And still nothing works. Can someone please help me with this issue? Thank you very much.
    Wyatt - See more at: http://www.komando.com/messageboard/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=33230#sthash.Uujdf1Kb.dpuf
  2. dvk01

    dvk01 Derek Moderator Malware Specialist

    Dec 14, 2002
    continue with the help you are getting on the other message board
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