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Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by Michelle546, Oct 30, 2006.

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  1. Michelle546

    Michelle546 Thread Starter

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    okay i'm pretty new at all this forum stuff so forgive me if i mess up. but recently, a couple websites that used to load on my computer won't load. Especially myspace. i can click on links to view profiles, but the background just stays gray and it says it's done loading. it's not the myspace website with the problem because my roomate can get on it just fine. a couple other websites won't work either. it's basically websites that have a lot of stuff on their page (i'm sorry if i lost you guys, i'm not really internet-lingo smart) such as abc.com or other tv websites. i've done virus scan a bunch of times and everytime nothing comes up. it's been like this for about a month now. any suggestions? thanks!
     
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    Hi and welcome to TSG.
    First thing to try..clean out temp..cookie..history files in IE.
    Click on Tools in IE>internet options.
    Under General Tab>clean temp..cookies..history files. include offline content.
     
  3. Michelle546

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    thank you for the tip! but still no success..
     
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    thanks for the tip again, but still no success..=\
     
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