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Granny
07-09-2005, 11:25 PM
My system is WinXP, SP2, with Norton Internet Security. DSL with Bellsouth.
All of a sudden I am unable to access ONE web page. Everyone who has tried
on their pc, it works. I've searched multiple message boards, found various
solutions. One was to test TCP/IP configurations using ping command.
My own IP address times out, although I have no other problem web pages. The
page which I can't access, I tried the IP address---it too times out. Not
sure of what DNS server is--how do I get their IP address?
I"ve run Norton, Panda, Housecall----added blockers-took off
blocking--nothing works. Told Norton & IE to accept this page. I ran the
WinSock XP fix--no help.
By the way, same thing happens on Firefox. Tells me that connection was
refused.
Any suggestions, I'm afraid to change any settings unless I really
understand why.
Thanks for any assistance, this is getting frustrating.

T. Waters
07-09-2005, 11:25 PM
Granny wrote:
> My system is WinXP, SP2, with Norton Internet Security. DSL with
> Bellsouth. All of a sudden I am unable to access ONE web page.
> Everyone who has tried on their pc, it works. I've searched multiple
> message boards, found various solutions. One was to test TCP/IP
> configurations using ping command.
> My own IP address times out, although I have no other problem web
> pages. The page which I can't access, I tried the IP address---it too
> times out. Not sure of what DNS server is--how do I get their IP
> address?
> I"ve run Norton, Panda, Housecall----added blockers-took off
> blocking--nothing works. Told Norton & IE to accept this page. I ran
> the WinSock XP fix--no help.
> By the way, same thing happens on Firefox. Tells me that connection
> was refused.
> Any suggestions, I'm afraid to change any settings unless I really
> understand why.
> Thanks for any assistance, this is getting frustrating.

It wll be helpful to know what the one page you cannot connect to is.

Granny
07-09-2005, 11:26 PM
"T. Waters" wrote:

> Granny wrote:
> > My system is WinXP, SP2, with Norton Internet Security. DSL with
> > Bellsouth. All of a sudden I am unable to access ONE web page.
> > Everyone who has tried on their pc, it works. I've searched multiple
> > message boards, found various solutions. One was to test TCP/IP
> > configurations using ping command.
> > My own IP address times out, although I have no other problem web
> > pages. The page which I can't access, I tried the IP address---it too
> > times out. Not sure of what DNS server is--how do I get their IP
> > address?
> > I"ve run Norton, Panda, Housecall----added blockers-took off
> > blocking--nothing works. Told Norton & IE to accept this page. I ran
> > the WinSock XP fix--no help.
> > By the way, same thing happens on Firefox. Tells me that connection
> > was refused.
> > Any suggestions, I'm afraid to change any settings unless I really
> > understand why.
> > Thanks for any assistance, this is getting frustrating.
>
> It wll be helpful to know what the one page you cannot connect to is.
>
> ****************
> www.broward.org

t.cruise
07-09-2005, 11:26 PM
I didn't have any problems opening the page. I looked at the source code, and it depends
heavily on Java Scripts. Is it possible that in either I.E. /Tools/Internet Options, or
Norton Internet Security that you've selected a security option that doesn't allow Java
Scripts to run?
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>
>
> "T. Waters" wrote:
>
> > Granny wrote:
> > > My system is WinXP, SP2, with Norton Internet Security. DSL with
> > > Bellsouth. All of a sudden I am unable to access ONE web page.
> > > Everyone who has tried on their pc, it works. I've searched multiple
> > > message boards, found various solutions. One was to test TCP/IP
> > > configurations using ping command.
> > > My own IP address times out, although I have no other problem web
> > > pages. The page which I can't access, I tried the IP address---it too
> > > times out. Not sure of what DNS server is--how do I get their IP
> > > address?
> > > I"ve run Norton, Panda, Housecall----added blockers-took off
> > > blocking--nothing works. Told Norton & IE to accept this page. I ran
> > > the WinSock XP fix--no help.
> > > By the way, same thing happens on Firefox. Tells me that connection
> > > was refused.
> > > Any suggestions, I'm afraid to change any settings unless I really
> > > understand why.
> > > Thanks for any assistance, this is getting frustrating.
> >
> > It wll be helpful to know what the one page you cannot connect to is.
> >
> > ****************
> > www.broward.org

felicia
07-09-2005, 11:26 PM
Granny wrote:
> "T. Waters" wrote:
>
>> Granny wrote:
>>> My system is WinXP, SP2, with Norton Internet Security. DSL with
>>> Bellsouth. All of a sudden I am unable to access ONE web page.
>>> Everyone who has tried on their pc, it works. I've searched multiple
>>> message boards, found various solutions. One was to test TCP/IP
>>> configurations using ping command.
>>> My own IP address times out, although I have no other problem web
>>> pages. The page which I can't access, I tried the IP address---it
>>> too times out. Not sure of what DNS server is--how do I get their IP
>>> address?
>>> I"ve run Norton, Panda, Housecall----added blockers-took off
>>> blocking--nothing works. Told Norton & IE to accept this page. I ran
>>> the WinSock XP fix--no help.
>>> By the way, same thing happens on Firefox. Tells me that connection
>>> was refused.
>>> Any suggestions, I'm afraid to change any settings unless I really
>>> understand why.
>>> Thanks for any assistance, this is getting frustrating.
>>
>> It wll be helpful to know what the one page you cannot connect to is.
>>
>> ****************
>> www.broward.org

You have certainly done a thorough job of troubleshooting this. I do not
have Norton, so cannot advise you in that regard. One other thing
(experiment) you might try is to set up a new user or guest account and try
to access the page. Disable your Norton when you try this, but enable your
Windows Firewall.

Granny
07-09-2005, 11:26 PM
I have Java(sun). Is that the same? Or do I need to get Javascripts? I didn't
find anything for Jscript.
Checked Norton--javascripts enabled.
Thanks

"t.cruise" wrote:

> I didn't have any problems opening the page. I looked at the source code, and it depends
> heavily on Java Scripts. Is it possible that in either I.E. /Tools/Internet Options, or
> Norton Internet Security that you've selected a security option that doesn't allow Java
> Scripts to run?
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> >
> >
> > "T. Waters" wrote:
> >
> > > Granny wrote:
> > > > My system is WinXP, SP2, with Norton Internet Security. DSL with
> > > > Bellsouth. All of a sudden I am unable to access ONE web page.
> > > > Everyone who has tried on their pc, it works. I've searched multiple
> > > > message boards, found various solutions. One was to test TCP/IP
> > > > configurations using ping command.
> > > > My own IP address times out, although I have no other problem web
> > > > pages. The page which I can't access, I tried the IP address---it too
> > > > times out. Not sure of what DNS server is--how do I get their IP
> > > > address?
> > > > I"ve run Norton, Panda, Housecall----added blockers-took off
> > > > blocking--nothing works. Told Norton & IE to accept this page. I ran
> > > > the WinSock XP fix--no help.
> > > > By the way, same thing happens on Firefox. Tells me that connection
> > > > was refused.
> > > > Any suggestions, I'm afraid to change any settings unless I really
> > > > understand why.
> > > > Thanks for any assistance, this is getting frustrating.
> > >
> > > It wll be helpful to know what the one page you cannot connect to is.
> > >
> > > ****************
> > > www.broward.org
>
>
>

t.cruise
07-09-2005, 11:26 PM
Java and java scripts are not the same thing. You do not "need to get Javascripts." Your
Windows XP internet security settings , and/or Norton Internet Security might have java
scripts disabled.
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"Granny" <Justme@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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> I have Java(sun). Is that the same? Or do I need to get Javascripts? I didn't
> find anything for Jscript.
> Checked Norton--javascripts enabled.
> Thanks
>
> "t.cruise" wrote:
>
> > I didn't have any problems opening the page. I looked at the source code, and it
depends
> > heavily on Java Scripts. Is it possible that in either I.E. /Tools/Internet Options,
or
> > Norton Internet Security that you've selected a security option that doesn't allow
Java
> > Scripts to run?
> > --
> >
> > T.C.
> > t__cruise@[NoSpam]hotmail.com
> > Remove [NoSpam] to reply
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> >
> >
> > "Granny" <Justme@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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> > >
> > >
> > > "T. Waters" wrote:
> > >
> > > > Granny wrote:
> > > > > My system is WinXP, SP2, with Norton Internet Security. DSL with
> > > > > Bellsouth. All of a sudden I am unable to access ONE web page.
> > > > > Everyone who has tried on their pc, it works. I've searched multiple
> > > > > message boards, found various solutions. One was to test TCP/IP
> > > > > configurations using ping command.
> > > > > My own IP address times out, although I have no other problem web
> > > > > pages. The page which I can't access, I tried the IP address---it too
> > > > > times out. Not sure of what DNS server is--how do I get their IP
> > > > > address?
> > > > > I"ve run Norton, Panda, Housecall----added blockers-took off
> > > > > blocking--nothing works. Told Norton & IE to accept this page. I ran
> > > > > the WinSock XP fix--no help.
> > > > > By the way, same thing happens on Firefox. Tells me that connection
> > > > > was refused.
> > > > > Any suggestions, I'm afraid to change any settings unless I really
> > > > > understand why.
> > > > > Thanks for any assistance, this is getting frustrating.
> > > >
> > > > It wll be helpful to know what the one page you cannot connect to is.
> > > >
> > > > ****************
> > > > www.broward.org
> >
> >
> >

Granny
07-09-2005, 11:27 PM
Java is enabled on both Norton & Windows. It is only one web page not workng,
wouldn't it be all of them if some setting is incorrect? Is there a way to
manually insert the page's IP address? It starts to load, then stops & I get
the IE message. It seems like I have my own personal "broken link". Everyone
else can access it.
There are many other posts that are having the same problem, seems like MS
should look into it.
Thanks again

"t.cruise" wrote:

> Java and java scripts are not the same thing. You do not "need to get Javascripts." Your
> Windows XP internet security settings , and/or Norton Internet Security might have java
> scripts disabled.
> --
>
> T.C.
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> "Granny" <Justme@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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> > I have Java(sun). Is that the same? Or do I need to get Javascripts? I didn't
> > find anything for Jscript.
> > Checked Norton--javascripts enabled.
> > Thanks
> >
> > "t.cruise" wrote:
> >
> > > I didn't have any problems opening the page. I looked at the source code, and it
> depends
> > > heavily on Java Scripts. Is it possible that in either I.E. /Tools/Internet Options,
> or
> > > Norton Internet Security that you've selected a security option that doesn't allow
> Java
> > > Scripts to run?
> > > --
> > >
> > > T.C.
> > > t__cruise@[NoSpam]hotmail.com
> > > Remove [NoSpam] to reply
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > > "Granny" <Justme@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> > > news:29D909F5-D944-4B3C-A12D-4DDF30AB492B@microsoft.com...
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > "T. Waters" wrote:
> > > >
> > > > > Granny wrote:
> > > > > > My system is WinXP, SP2, with Norton Internet Security. DSL with
> > > > > > Bellsouth. All of a sudden I am unable to access ONE web page.
> > > > > > Everyone who has tried on their pc, it works. I've searched multiple
> > > > > > message boards, found various solutions. One was to test TCP/IP
> > > > > > configurations using ping command.
> > > > > > My own IP address times out, although I have no other problem web
> > > > > > pages. The page which I can't access, I tried the IP address---it too
> > > > > > times out. Not sure of what DNS server is--how do I get their IP
> > > > > > address?
> > > > > > I"ve run Norton, Panda, Housecall----added blockers-took off
> > > > > > blocking--nothing works. Told Norton & IE to accept this page. I ran
> > > > > > the WinSock XP fix--no help.
> > > > > > By the way, same thing happens on Firefox. Tells me that connection
> > > > > > was refused.
> > > > > > Any suggestions, I'm afraid to change any settings unless I really
> > > > > > understand why.
> > > > > > Thanks for any assistance, this is getting frustrating.
> > > > >
> > > > > It wll be helpful to know what the one page you cannot connect to is.
> > > > >
> > > > > ****************
> > > > > www.broward.org
> > >
> > >
> > >
>
>
>

T. Waters
07-09-2005, 11:27 PM
I have read thousands of posts on this Newsgroup, and in fact your problem,
as described, has not come up much, if at all. Others' problems have been
due to the website being down, malware, security settings, etc. Did you try
the test suggested by Felicia?

Granny wrote:
> Java is enabled on both Norton & Windows. It is only one web page not
> workng, wouldn't it be all of them if some setting is incorrect? Is
> there a way to manually insert the page's IP address? It starts to
> load, then stops & I get the IE message. It seems like I have my own
> personal "broken link". Everyone else can access it.
> There are many other posts that are having the same problem, seems
> like MS should look into it.
> Thanks again
>
> "t.cruise" wrote:
>
>> Java and java scripts are not the same thing. You do not "need to
>> get Javascripts." Your Windows XP internet security settings ,
>> and/or Norton Internet Security might have java scripts disabled.
>> --
>>
>> T.C.
>> t__cruise@[NoSpam]hotmail.com
>> Remove [NoSpam] to reply
>>
>>
>>
>> "Granny" <Justme@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> news:0FD2D4DF-65FD-447C-8653-1A0A53399F6D@microsoft.com...
>>> I have Java(sun). Is that the same? Or do I need to get
>>> Javascripts? I didn't find anything for Jscript.
>>> Checked Norton--javascripts enabled.
>>> Thanks
>>>
>>> "t.cruise" wrote:
>>>
>>>> I didn't have any problems opening the page. I looked at the
>>>> source code, and it depends heavily on Java Scripts. Is it
>>>> possible that in either I.E. /Tools/Internet Options, or Norton
>>>> Internet Security that you've selected a security option that
>>>> doesn't allow Java Scripts to run? --
>>>>
>>>> T.C.
>>>> t__cruise@[NoSpam]hotmail.com
>>>> Remove [NoSpam] to reply
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> "Granny" <Justme@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>>>> news:29D909F5-D944-4B3C-A12D-4DDF30AB492B@microsoft.com...
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> "T. Waters" wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>> Granny wrote:
>>>>>>> My system is WinXP, SP2, with Norton Internet Security. DSL with
>>>>>>> Bellsouth. All of a sudden I am unable to access ONE web page.
>>>>>>> Everyone who has tried on their pc, it works. I've searched
>>>>>>> multiple message boards, found various solutions. One was to
>>>>>>> test TCP/IP configurations using ping command.
>>>>>>> My own IP address times out, although I have no other problem
>>>>>>> web pages. The page which I can't access, I tried the IP
>>>>>>> address---it too times out. Not sure of what DNS server is--how
>>>>>>> do I get their IP address?
>>>>>>> I"ve run Norton, Panda, Housecall----added blockers-took off
>>>>>>> blocking--nothing works. Told Norton & IE to accept this page.
>>>>>>> I ran the WinSock XP fix--no help.
>>>>>>> By the way, same thing happens on Firefox. Tells me that
>>>>>>> connection was refused.
>>>>>>> Any suggestions, I'm afraid to change any settings unless I
>>>>>>> really understand why.
>>>>>>> Thanks for any assistance, this is getting frustrating.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> It wll be helpful to know what the one page you cannot connect
>>>>>> to is.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> ****************
>>>>>> www.broward.org

Granny
07-09-2005, 11:27 PM
Yes, I have tried another profile, as well as two other users on this p/c,
still no go. Didn't mean to insinuate that the other problems were seen on
this board, they have been on others. I have also received a suggestion from
another place that accelerators from the ISP could be causing the problem.
Going to try that. I'll let this board know--in case this works.
Thanks for all the help.

"T. Waters" wrote:

> I have read thousands of posts on this Newsgroup, and in fact your problem,
> as described, has not come up much, if at all. Others' problems have been
> due to the website being down, malware, security settings, etc. Did you try
> the test suggested by Felicia?
>
> Granny wrote:
> > Java is enabled on both Norton & Windows. It is only one web page not
> > workng, wouldn't it be all of them if some setting is incorrect? Is
> > there a way to manually insert the page's IP address? It starts to
> > load, then stops & I get the IE message. It seems like I have my own
> > personal "broken link". Everyone else can access it.
> > There are many other posts that are having the same problem, seems
> > like MS should look into it.
> > Thanks again
> >
> > "t.cruise" wrote:
> >
> >> Java and java scripts are not the same thing. You do not "need to
> >> get Javascripts." Your Windows XP internet security settings ,
> >> and/or Norton Internet Security might have java scripts disabled.
> >> --
> >>
> >> T.C.
> >> t__cruise@[NoSpam]hotmail.com
> >> Remove [NoSpam] to reply
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >> "Granny" <Justme@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> >> news:0FD2D4DF-65FD-447C-8653-1A0A53399F6D@microsoft.com...
> >>> I have Java(sun). Is that the same? Or do I need to get
> >>> Javascripts? I didn't find anything for Jscript.
> >>> Checked Norton--javascripts enabled.
> >>> Thanks
> >>>
> >>> "t.cruise" wrote:
> >>>
> >>>> I didn't have any problems opening the page. I looked at the
> >>>> source code, and it depends heavily on Java Scripts. Is it
> >>>> possible that in either I.E. /Tools/Internet Options, or Norton
> >>>> Internet Security that you've selected a security option that
> >>>> doesn't allow Java Scripts to run? --
> >>>>
> >>>> T.C.
> >>>> t__cruise@[NoSpam]hotmail.com
> >>>> Remove [NoSpam] to reply
> >>>>
> >>>>
> >>>>
> >>>> "Granny" <Justme@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> >>>> news:29D909F5-D944-4B3C-A12D-4DDF30AB492B@microsoft.com...
> >>>>>
> >>>>>
> >>>>> "T. Waters" wrote:
> >>>>>
> >>>>>> Granny wrote:
> >>>>>>> My system is WinXP, SP2, with Norton Internet Security. DSL with
> >>>>>>> Bellsouth. All of a sudden I am unable to access ONE web page.
> >>>>>>> Everyone who has tried on their pc, it works. I've searched
> >>>>>>> multiple message boards, found various solutions. One was to
> >>>>>>> test TCP/IP configurations using ping command.
> >>>>>>> My own IP address times out, although I have no other problem
> >>>>>>> web pages. The page which I can't access, I tried the IP
> >>>>>>> address---it too times out. Not sure of what DNS server is--how
> >>>>>>> do I get their IP address?
> >>>>>>> I"ve run Norton, Panda, Housecall----added blockers-took off
> >>>>>>> blocking--nothing works. Told Norton & IE to accept this page.
> >>>>>>> I ran the WinSock XP fix--no help.
> >>>>>>> By the way, same thing happens on Firefox. Tells me that
> >>>>>>> connection was refused.
> >>>>>>> Any suggestions, I'm afraid to change any settings unless I
> >>>>>>> really understand why.
> >>>>>>> Thanks for any assistance, this is getting frustrating.
> >>>>>>
> >>>>>> It wll be helpful to know what the one page you cannot connect
> >>>>>> to is.
> >>>>>>
> >>>>>> ****************
> >>>>>> www.broward.org
>
>
>
>

NotMe
07-09-2005, 11:27 PM
Possibly a bad page in cache?
Did you try holding CTRL and clicking refresh.
That makes the page reload from the net instead of from your cache.

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"Granny" <Justme@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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> Yes, I have tried another profile, as well as two other users on this p/c,
> still no go. Didn't mean to insinuate that the other problems were seen on
> this board, they have been on others. I have also received a suggestion
> from
> another place that accelerators from the ISP could be causing the problem.
> Going to try that. I'll let this board know--in case this works.
> Thanks for all the help.

Granny
07-09-2005, 11:27 PM
Sorry, this didn't do it either.
Thanks anyway

"NotMe" wrote:

> Possibly a bad page in cache?
> Did you try holding CTRL and clicking refresh.
> That makes the page reload from the net instead of from your cache.
>
> --
> A Professional Amatuer...If anyone knew it all, none of would be here!
> "Granny" <Justme@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:88D5CC30-4EE6-4FAE-BA64-C9B5AFA753DD@microsoft.com...
> > Yes, I have tried another profile, as well as two other users on this p/c,
> > still no go. Didn't mean to insinuate that the other problems were seen on
> > this board, they have been on others. I have also received a suggestion
> > from
> > another place that accelerators from the ISP could be causing the problem.
> > Going to try that. I'll let this board know--in case this works.
> > Thanks for all the help.
>
>
>

T. Waters
07-09-2005, 11:27 PM
Grasping at straws here...
1. Delete your Temporary Internet Files and reboot.
2. Set your Internet Privacy settings to Medium and
Set your Internet Security settings (click Custom level button) to
Medium.
And reboot.


Granny wrote:
> Sorry, this didn't do it either.
> Thanks anyway
>
> "NotMe" wrote:
>
>> Possibly a bad page in cache?
>> Did you try holding CTRL and clicking refresh.
>> That makes the page reload from the net instead of from your cache.
>>
>> --
>> A Professional Amatuer...If anyone knew it all, none of would be
>> here! "Granny" <Justme@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> news:88D5CC30-4EE6-4FAE-BA64-C9B5AFA753DD@microsoft.com...
>>> Yes, I have tried another profile, as well as two other users on
>>> this p/c, still no go. Didn't mean to insinuate that the other
>>> problems were seen on this board, they have been on others. I have
>>> also received a suggestion from
>>> another place that accelerators from the ISP could be causing the
>>> problem. Going to try that. I'll let this board know--in case this
>>> works.
>>> Thanks for all the help.

Granny
07-09-2005, 11:27 PM
That's how they all are. I have done this several times this week. The
problem has been going on since last saturday. It is only one site that
refuses to load. I've seen someone here or on another message board who is
having the same problem with UPS.com. Don't see that he's found an answer yet
either.
Thx,

"T. Waters" wrote:

> Grasping at straws here...
> 1. Delete your Temporary Internet Files and reboot.
> 2. Set your Internet Privacy settings to Medium and
> Set your Internet Security settings (click Custom level button) to
> Medium.
> And reboot.
>
>
> Granny wrote:
> > Sorry, this didn't do it either.
> > Thanks anyway
> >
> > "NotMe" wrote:
> >
> >> Possibly a bad page in cache?
> >> Did you try holding CTRL and clicking refresh.
> >> That makes the page reload from the net instead of from your cache.
> >>
> >> --
> >> A Professional Amatuer...If anyone knew it all, none of would be
> >> here! "Granny" <Justme@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> >> news:88D5CC30-4EE6-4FAE-BA64-C9B5AFA753DD@microsoft.com...
> >>> Yes, I have tried another profile, as well as two other users on
> >>> this p/c, still no go. Didn't mean to insinuate that the other
> >>> problems were seen on this board, they have been on others. I have
> >>> also received a suggestion from
> >>> another place that accelerators from the ISP could be causing the
> >>> problem. Going to try that. I'll let this board know--in case this
> >>> works.
> >>> Thanks for all the help.
>
>
>
>

t.cruise
07-09-2005, 11:27 PM
If the problem has only been going on since last Saturday, why don't you try using a
System Restore Point from a date just prior to the problem, and see if that fixes it.
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"Granny" <Justme@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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> That's how they all are. I have done this several times this week. The
> problem has been going on since last saturday. It is only one site that
> refuses to load. I've seen someone here or on another message board who is
> having the same problem with UPS.com. Don't see that he's found an answer yet
> either.
> Thx,
>
> "T. Waters" wrote:
>
> > Grasping at straws here...
> > 1. Delete your Temporary Internet Files and reboot.
> > 2. Set your Internet Privacy settings to Medium and
> > Set your Internet Security settings (click Custom level button) to
> > Medium.
> > And reboot.
> >
> >
> > Granny wrote:
> > > Sorry, this didn't do it either.
> > > Thanks anyway
> > >
> > > "NotMe" wrote:
> > >
> > >> Possibly a bad page in cache?
> > >> Did you try holding CTRL and clicking refresh.
> > >> That makes the page reload from the net instead of from your cache.
> > >>
> > >> --
> > >> A Professional Amatuer...If anyone knew it all, none of would be
> > >> here! "Granny" <Justme@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> > >> news:88D5CC30-4EE6-4FAE-BA64-C9B5AFA753DD@microsoft.com...
> > >>> Yes, I have tried another profile, as well as two other users on
> > >>> this p/c, still no go. Didn't mean to insinuate that the other
> > >>> problems were seen on this board, they have been on others. I have
> > >>> also received a suggestion from
> > >>> another place that accelerators from the ISP could be causing the
> > >>> problem. Going to try that. I'll let this board know--in case this
> > >>> works.
> > >>> Thanks for all the help.
> >
> >
> >
> >

Granny
07-09-2005, 11:29 PM
I have tried that, no help there either.
It is only one page, problem is, it's an important one. Probably just going
to give up.
I have spent so many hours this week, trying everything thinkable---- to no
avail
Thx
"t.cruise" wrote:

> If the problem has only been going on since last Saturday, why don't you try using a
> System Restore Point from a date just prior to the problem, and see if that fixes it.
> --
>
> T.C.
> t__cruise@[NoSpam]hotmail.com
> Remove [NoSpam] to reply
>
>
>
> "Granny" <Justme@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:EA3E2378-1F8D-4BEF-8FEF-42EFF684ACC6@microsoft.com...
> > That's how they all are. I have done this several times this week. The
> > problem has been going on since last saturday. It is only one site that
> > refuses to load. I've seen someone here or on another message board who is
> > having the same problem with UPS.com. Don't see that he's found an answer yet
> > either.
> > Thx,
> >
> > "T. Waters" wrote:
> >
> > > Grasping at straws here...
> > > 1. Delete your Temporary Internet Files and reboot.
> > > 2. Set your Internet Privacy settings to Medium and
> > > Set your Internet Security settings (click Custom level button) to
> > > Medium.
> > > And reboot.
> > >
> > >
> > > Granny wrote:
> > > > Sorry, this didn't do it either.
> > > > Thanks anyway
> > > >
> > > > "NotMe" wrote:
> > > >
> > > >> Possibly a bad page in cache?
> > > >> Did you try holding CTRL and clicking refresh.
> > > >> That makes the page reload from the net instead of from your cache.
> > > >>
> > > >> --
> > > >> A Professional Amatuer...If anyone knew it all, none of would be
> > > >> here! "Granny" <Justme@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> > > >> news:88D5CC30-4EE6-4FAE-BA64-C9B5AFA753DD@microsoft.com...
> > > >>> Yes, I have tried another profile, as well as two other users on
> > > >>> this p/c, still no go. Didn't mean to insinuate that the other
> > > >>> problems were seen on this board, they have been on others. I have
> > > >>> also received a suggestion from
> > > >>> another place that accelerators from the ISP could be causing the
> > > >>> problem. Going to try that. I'll let this board know--in case this
> > > >>> works.
> > > >>> Thanks for all the help.
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > >
>
>
>

T. Waters
07-09-2005, 11:30 PM
How frustrating. I am down to wondering if Web pages can block computer
users from visiting.

Granny wrote:
> I have tried that, no help there either.
> It is only one page, problem is, it's an important one. Probably
> just going to give up.
> I have spent so many hours this week, trying everything thinkable----
> to no avail
> Thx
> "t.cruise" wrote:
>
>> If the problem has only been going on since last Saturday, why don't
>> you try using a System Restore Point from a date just prior to the
>> problem, and see if that fixes it. --
>>
>> T.C.
>> t__cruise@[NoSpam]hotmail.com
>> Remove [NoSpam] to reply
>>
>>
>>
>> "Granny" <Justme@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> news:EA3E2378-1F8D-4BEF-8FEF-42EFF684ACC6@microsoft.com...
>>> That's how they all are. I have done this several times this week.
>>> The problem has been going on since last saturday. It is only one
>>> site that refuses to load. I've seen someone here or on another
>>> message board who is having the same problem with UPS.com. Don't
>>> see that he's found an answer yet either.
>>> Thx,
>>>
>>> "T. Waters" wrote:
>>>
>>>> Grasping at straws here...
>>>> 1. Delete your Temporary Internet Files and reboot.
>>>> 2. Set your Internet Privacy settings to Medium and
>>>> Set your Internet Security settings (click Custom level
>>>> button) to Medium.
>>>> And reboot.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Granny wrote:
>>>>> Sorry, this didn't do it either.
>>>>> Thanks anyway
>>>>>
>>>>> "NotMe" wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>> Possibly a bad page in cache?
>>>>>> Did you try holding CTRL and clicking refresh.
>>>>>> That makes the page reload from the net instead of from your
>>>>>> cache.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> --
>>>>>> A Professional Amatuer...If anyone knew it all, none of would be
>>>>>> here! "Granny" <Justme@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
>>>>>> message
>>>>>> news:88D5CC30-4EE6-4FAE-BA64-C9B5AFA753DD@microsoft.com...
>>>>>>> Yes, I have tried another profile, as well as two other users on
>>>>>>> this p/c, still no go. Didn't mean to insinuate that the other
>>>>>>> problems were seen on this board, they have been on others. I
>>>>>>> have also received a suggestion from
>>>>>>> another place that accelerators from the ISP could be causing
>>>>>>> the problem. Going to try that. I'll let this board know--in
>>>>>>> case this works.
>>>>>>> Thanks for all the help.

Kelly
07-09-2005, 11:30 PM
This generally has to do with Norton (etc), either being expired or a user
deleting the services without properly knowing how, from frustration.

--

All the Best,
Kelly (MS-MVP)

Troubleshooting Windows XP
http://www.kellys-korner-xp.com


"T. Waters" <@$%$%#^@jdjgkl.com> wrote in message
news:OxEQvadWFHA.1508@tk2msftngp13.phx.gbl...
> How frustrating. I am down to wondering if Web pages can block computer
> users from visiting.
>
> Granny wrote:
>> I have tried that, no help there either.
>> It is only one page, problem is, it's an important one. Probably
>> just going to give up.
>> I have spent so many hours this week, trying everything thinkable----
>> to no avail
>> Thx
>> "t.cruise" wrote:
>>
>>> If the problem has only been going on since last Saturday, why don't
>>> you try using a System Restore Point from a date just prior to the
>>> problem, and see if that fixes it. --
>>>
>>> T.C.
>>> t__cruise@[NoSpam]hotmail.com
>>> Remove [NoSpam] to reply
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> "Granny" <Justme@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>>> news:EA3E2378-1F8D-4BEF-8FEF-42EFF684ACC6@microsoft.com...
>>>> That's how they all are. I have done this several times this week.
>>>> The problem has been going on since last saturday. It is only one
>>>> site that refuses to load. I've seen someone here or on another
>>>> message board who is having the same problem with UPS.com. Don't
>>>> see that he's found an answer yet either.
>>>> Thx,
>>>>
>>>> "T. Waters" wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> Grasping at straws here...
>>>>> 1. Delete your Temporary Internet Files and reboot.
>>>>> 2. Set your Internet Privacy settings to Medium and
>>>>> Set your Internet Security settings (click Custom level
>>>>> button) to Medium.
>>>>> And reboot.
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> Granny wrote:
>>>>>> Sorry, this didn't do it either.
>>>>>> Thanks anyway
>>>>>>
>>>>>> "NotMe" wrote:
>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Possibly a bad page in cache?
>>>>>>> Did you try holding CTRL and clicking refresh.
>>>>>>> That makes the page reload from the net instead of from your
>>>>>>> cache.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> --
>>>>>>> A Professional Amatuer...If anyone knew it all, none of would be
>>>>>>> here! "Granny" <Justme@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
>>>>>>> message
>>>>>>> news:88D5CC30-4EE6-4FAE-BA64-C9B5AFA753DD@microsoft.com...
>>>>>>>> Yes, I have tried another profile, as well as two other users on
>>>>>>>> this p/c, still no go. Didn't mean to insinuate that the other
>>>>>>>> problems were seen on this board, they have been on others. I
>>>>>>>> have also received a suggestion from
>>>>>>>> another place that accelerators from the ISP could be causing
>>>>>>>> the problem. Going to try that. I'll let this board know--in
>>>>>>>> case this works.
>>>>>>>> Thanks for all the help.
>
>
>

t.cruise
07-09-2005, 11:30 PM
Often it's because you have done one, or a combination of:

Refused or blocked cookies from the site
Blocked pop-ups
Blocked Ads
Blocked Scripts
--

T.C.
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"T. Waters" <@$%$%#^@jdjgkl.com> wrote in message
news:OxEQvadWFHA.1508@tk2msftngp13.phx.gbl...
> How frustrating. I am down to wondering if Web pages can block computer
> users from visiting.
>
> Granny wrote:
> > I have tried that, no help there either.
> > It is only one page, problem is, it's an important one. Probably
> > just going to give up.
> > I have spent so many hours this week, trying everything thinkable----
> > to no avail
> > Thx
> > "t.cruise" wrote:
> >
> >> If the problem has only been going on since last Saturday, why don't
> >> you try using a System Restore Point from a date just prior to the
> >> problem, and see if that fixes it. --
> >>
> >> T.C.
> >> t__cruise@[NoSpam]hotmail.com
> >> Remove [NoSpam] to reply
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >> "Granny" <Justme@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> >> news:EA3E2378-1F8D-4BEF-8FEF-42EFF684ACC6@microsoft.com...
> >>> That's how they all are. I have done this several times this week.
> >>> The problem has been going on since last saturday. It is only one
> >>> site that refuses to load. I've seen someone here or on another
> >>> message board who is having the same problem with UPS.com. Don't
> >>> see that he's found an answer yet either.
> >>> Thx,
> >>>
> >>> "T. Waters" wrote:
> >>>
> >>>> Grasping at straws here...
> >>>> 1. Delete your Temporary Internet Files and reboot.
> >>>> 2. Set your Internet Privacy settings to Medium and
> >>>> Set your Internet Security settings (click Custom level
> >>>> button) to Medium.
> >>>> And reboot.
> >>>>
> >>>>
> >>>> Granny wrote:
> >>>>> Sorry, this didn't do it either.
> >>>>> Thanks anyway
> >>>>>
> >>>>> "NotMe" wrote:
> >>>>>
> >>>>>> Possibly a bad page in cache?
> >>>>>> Did you try holding CTRL and clicking refresh.
> >>>>>> That makes the page reload from the net instead of from your
> >>>>>> cache.
> >>>>>>
> >>>>>> --
> >>>>>> A Professional Amatuer...If anyone knew it all, none of would be
> >>>>>> here! "Granny" <Justme@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
> >>>>>> message
> >>>>>> news:88D5CC30-4EE6-4FAE-BA64-C9B5AFA753DD@microsoft.com...
> >>>>>>> Yes, I have tried another profile, as well as two other users on
> >>>>>>> this p/c, still no go. Didn't mean to insinuate that the other
> >>>>>>> problems were seen on this board, they have been on others. I
> >>>>>>> have also received a suggestion from
> >>>>>>> another place that accelerators from the ISP could be causing
> >>>>>>> the problem. Going to try that. I'll let this board know--in
> >>>>>>> case this works.
> >>>>>>> Thanks for all the help.
>
>
>

Kelly
07-09-2005, 11:30 PM
Hi,

Not necessarily and some to what may contend. The two MS-KB articles don't
apply as this is most related to third party in all of my finds. Sad to
say, that even though they are expired (etc), the settings still apply. :o(

--

All the Best,
Kelly (MS-MVP)

Troubleshooting Windows XP
http://www.kellys-korner-xp.com


"t.cruise" <t__cruise@[NoSpam]hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:%23b3O5idWFHA.584@TK2MSFTNGP15.phx.gbl...
> Often it's because you have done one, or a combination of:
>
> Refused or blocked cookies from the site
> Blocked pop-ups
> Blocked Ads
> Blocked Scripts
> --
>
> T.C.
> t__cruise@[NoSpam]hotmail.com
> Remove [NoSpam] to reply
>
>
>
> "T. Waters" <@$%$%#^@jdjgkl.com> wrote in message
> news:OxEQvadWFHA.1508@tk2msftngp13.phx.gbl...
>> How frustrating. I am down to wondering if Web pages can block computer
>> users from visiting.
>>
>> Granny wrote:
>> > I have tried that, no help there either.
>> > It is only one page, problem is, it's an important one. Probably
>> > just going to give up.
>> > I have spent so many hours this week, trying everything thinkable----
>> > to no avail
>> > Thx
>> > "t.cruise" wrote:
>> >
>> >> If the problem has only been going on since last Saturday, why don't
>> >> you try using a System Restore Point from a date just prior to the
>> >> problem, and see if that fixes it. --
>> >>
>> >> T.C.
>> >> t__cruise@[NoSpam]hotmail.com
>> >> Remove [NoSpam] to reply
>> >>
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> "Granny" <Justme@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> >> news:EA3E2378-1F8D-4BEF-8FEF-42EFF684ACC6@microsoft.com...
>> >>> That's how they all are. I have done this several times this week.
>> >>> The problem has been going on since last saturday. It is only one
>> >>> site that refuses to load. I've seen someone here or on another
>> >>> message board who is having the same problem with UPS.com. Don't
>> >>> see that he's found an answer yet either.
>> >>> Thx,
>> >>>
>> >>> "T. Waters" wrote:
>> >>>
>> >>>> Grasping at straws here...
>> >>>> 1. Delete your Temporary Internet Files and reboot.
>> >>>> 2. Set your Internet Privacy settings to Medium and
>> >>>> Set your Internet Security settings (click Custom level
>> >>>> button) to Medium.
>> >>>> And reboot.
>> >>>>
>> >>>>
>> >>>> Granny wrote:
>> >>>>> Sorry, this didn't do it either.
>> >>>>> Thanks anyway
>> >>>>>
>> >>>>> "NotMe" wrote:
>> >>>>>
>> >>>>>> Possibly a bad page in cache?
>> >>>>>> Did you try holding CTRL and clicking refresh.
>> >>>>>> That makes the page reload from the net instead of from your
>> >>>>>> cache.
>> >>>>>>
>> >>>>>> --
>> >>>>>> A Professional Amatuer...If anyone knew it all, none of would be
>> >>>>>> here! "Granny" <Justme@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
>> >>>>>> message
>> >>>>>> news:88D5CC30-4EE6-4FAE-BA64-C9B5AFA753DD@microsoft.com...
>> >>>>>>> Yes, I have tried another profile, as well as two other users on
>> >>>>>>> this p/c, still no go. Didn't mean to insinuate that the other
>> >>>>>>> problems were seen on this board, they have been on others. I
>> >>>>>>> have also received a suggestion from
>> >>>>>>> another place that accelerators from the ISP could be causing
>> >>>>>>> the problem. Going to try that. I'll let this board know--in
>> >>>>>>> case this works.
>> >>>>>>> Thanks for all the help.
>>
>>
>>
>
>

Granny
07-09-2005, 11:30 PM
Thanks to all for the assistance. For now I'm just going to monitor the other
posts with the same problem. Found some on the IE6 board last night.

"Kelly" wrote:

> Hi,
>
> Not necessarily and some to what may contend. The two MS-KB articles don't
> apply as this is most related to third party in all of my finds. Sad to
> say, that even though they are expired (etc), the settings still apply. :o(
>
> --
>
> All the Best,
> Kelly (MS-MVP)
>
> Troubleshooting Windows XP
> http://www.kellys-korner-xp.com
>
>
> "t.cruise" <t__cruise@[NoSpam]hotmail.com> wrote in message
> news:%23b3O5idWFHA.584@TK2MSFTNGP15.phx.gbl...
> > Often it's because you have done one, or a combination of:
> >
> > Refused or blocked cookies from the site
> > Blocked pop-ups
> > Blocked Ads
> > Blocked Scripts
> > --
> >
> > T.C.
> > t__cruise@[NoSpam]hotmail.com
> > Remove [NoSpam] to reply
> >
> >
> >
> > "T. Waters" <@$%$%#^@jdjgkl.com> wrote in message
> > news:OxEQvadWFHA.1508@tk2msftngp13.phx.gbl...
> >> How frustrating. I am down to wondering if Web pages can block computer
> >> users from visiting.
> >>
> >> Granny wrote:
> >> > I have tried that, no help there either.
> >> > It is only one page, problem is, it's an important one. Probably
> >> > just going to give up.
> >> > I have spent so many hours this week, trying everything thinkable----
> >> > to no avail
> >> > Thx
> >> > "t.cruise" wrote:
> >> >
> >> >> If the problem has only been going on since last Saturday, why don't
> >> >> you try using a System Restore Point from a date just prior to the
> >> >> problem, and see if that fixes it. --
> >> >>
> >> >> T.C.
> >> >> t__cruise@[NoSpam]hotmail.com
> >> >> Remove [NoSpam] to reply
> >> >>
> >> >>
> >> >>
> >> >> "Granny" <Justme@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> >> >> news:EA3E2378-1F8D-4BEF-8FEF-42EFF684ACC6@microsoft.com...
> >> >>> That's how they all are. I have done this several times this week.
> >> >>> The problem has been going on since last saturday. It is only one
> >> >>> site that refuses to load. I've seen someone here or on another
> >> >>> message board who is having the same problem with UPS.com. Don't
> >> >>> see that he's found an answer yet either.
> >> >>> Thx,
> >> >>>
> >> >>> "T. Waters" wrote:
> >> >>>
> >> >>>> Grasping at straws here...
> >> >>>> 1. Delete your Temporary Internet Files and reboot.
> >> >>>> 2. Set your Internet Privacy settings to Medium and
> >> >>>> Set your Internet Security settings (click Custom level
> >> >>>> button) to Medium.
> >> >>>> And reboot.
> >> >>>>
> >> >>>>
> >> >>>> Granny wrote:
> >> >>>>> Sorry, this didn't do it either.
> >> >>>>> Thanks anyway
> >> >>>>>
> >> >>>>> "NotMe" wrote:
> >> >>>>>
> >> >>>>>> Possibly a bad page in cache?
> >> >>>>>> Did you try holding CTRL and clicking refresh.
> >> >>>>>> That makes the page reload from the net instead of from your
> >> >>>>>> cache.
> >> >>>>>>
> >> >>>>>> --
> >> >>>>>> A Professional Amatuer...If anyone knew it all, none of would be
> >> >>>>>> here! "Granny" <Justme@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
> >> >>>>>> message
> >> >>>>>> news:88D5CC30-4EE6-4FAE-BA64-C9B5AFA753DD@microsoft.com...
> >> >>>>>>> Yes, I have tried another profile, as well as two other users on
> >> >>>>>>> this p/c, still no go. Didn't mean to insinuate that the other
> >> >>>>>>> problems were seen on this board, they have been on others. I
> >> >>>>>>> have also received a suggestion from
> >> >>>>>>> another place that accelerators from the ISP could be causing
> >> >>>>>>> the problem. Going to try that. I'll let this board know--in
> >> >>>>>>> case this works.
> >> >>>>>>> Thanks for all the help.
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >
> >
>
>
>

T. Waters
07-09-2005, 11:31 PM
Good luck.
Feel free to contact the Broward County site's Webmaster. You may not be the
first with this problem.

Granny wrote:
> Thanks to all for the assistance. For now I'm just going to monitor
> the other posts with the same problem. Found some on the IE6 board
> last night.
>
> "Kelly" wrote:
>
>> Hi,
>>
>> Not necessarily and some to what may contend. The two MS-KB
>> articles don't apply as this is most related to third party in all
>> of my finds. Sad to say, that even though they are expired (etc),
>> the settings still apply. :o(
>>
>> --
>>
>> All the Best,
>> Kelly (MS-MVP)
>>
>> Troubleshooting Windows XP
>> http://www.kellys-korner-xp.com
>>
>>
>> "t.cruise" <t__cruise@[NoSpam]hotmail.com> wrote in message
>> news:%23b3O5idWFHA.584@TK2MSFTNGP15.phx.gbl...
>>> Often it's because you have done one, or a combination of:
>>>
>>> Refused or blocked cookies from the site
>>> Blocked pop-ups
>>> Blocked Ads
>>> Blocked Scripts
>>> --
>>>
>>> T.C.
>>> t__cruise@[NoSpam]hotmail.com
>>> Remove [NoSpam] to reply
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> "T. Waters" <@$%$%#^@jdjgkl.com> wrote in message
>>> news:OxEQvadWFHA.1508@tk2msftngp13.phx.gbl...
>>>> How frustrating. I am down to wondering if Web pages can block
>>>> computer users from visiting.
>>>>
>>>> Granny wrote:
>>>>> I have tried that, no help there either.
>>>>> It is only one page, problem is, it's an important one. Probably
>>>>> just going to give up.
>>>>> I have spent so many hours this week, trying everything
>>>>> thinkable---- to no avail
>>>>> Thx
>>>>> "t.cruise" wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>> If the problem has only been going on since last Saturday, why
>>>>>> don't you try using a System Restore Point from a date just
>>>>>> prior to the problem, and see if that fixes it. --
>>>>>>
>>>>>> T.C.
>>>>>> t__cruise@[NoSpam]hotmail.com
>>>>>> Remove [NoSpam] to reply
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>> "Granny" <Justme@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>>>>>> news:EA3E2378-1F8D-4BEF-8FEF-42EFF684ACC6@microsoft.com...
>>>>>>> That's how they all are. I have done this several times this
>>>>>>> week. The problem has been going on since last saturday. It is
>>>>>>> only one site that refuses to load. I've seen someone here or
>>>>>>> on another message board who is having the same problem with
>>>>>>> UPS.com. Don't see that he's found an answer yet either.
>>>>>>> Thx,
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> "T. Waters" wrote:
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Grasping at straws here...
>>>>>>>> 1. Delete your Temporary Internet Files and reboot.
>>>>>>>> 2. Set your Internet Privacy settings to Medium and
>>>>>>>> Set your Internet Security settings (click Custom level
>>>>>>>> button) to Medium.
>>>>>>>> And reboot.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Granny wrote:
>>>>>>>>> Sorry, this didn't do it either.
>>>>>>>>> Thanks anyway
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> "NotMe" wrote:
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>> Possibly a bad page in cache?
>>>>>>>>>> Did you try holding CTRL and clicking refresh.
>>>>>>>>>> That makes the page reload from the net instead of from your
>>>>>>>>>> cache.
>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>> --
>>>>>>>>>> A Professional Amatuer...If anyone knew it all, none of
>>>>>>>>>> would be here! "Granny" <Justme@discussions.microsoft.com>
>>>>>>>>>> wrote in message
>>>>>>>>>> news:88D5CC30-4EE6-4FAE-BA64-C9B5AFA753DD@microsoft.com...
>>>>>>>>>>> Yes, I have tried another profile, as well as two other
>>>>>>>>>>> users on this p/c, still no go. Didn't mean to insinuate
>>>>>>>>>>> that the other problems were seen on this board, they have
>>>>>>>>>>> been on others. I have also received a suggestion from
>>>>>>>>>>> another place that accelerators from the ISP could be
>>>>>>>>>>> causing the problem. Going to try that. I'll let this board
>>>>>>>>>>> know--in case this works.
>>>>>>>>>>> Thanks for all the help.

Kelly
07-09-2005, 11:32 PM
Most welcome, Granny and hope you get it figured out soon. Keep us posted.
:o)

--

All the Best,
Kelly (MS-MVP)

Troubleshooting Windows XP
http://www.kellys-korner-xp.com


"Granny" <Justme@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:3DF7F9E5-D9C8-4EF7-B3AA-95CC38B3C260@microsoft.com...
> Thanks to all for the assistance. For now I'm just going to monitor the
> other
> posts with the same problem. Found some on the IE6 board last night.
>
> "Kelly" wrote:
>
>> Hi,
>>
>> Not necessarily and some to what may contend. The two MS-KB articles
>> don't
>> apply as this is most related to third party in all of my finds. Sad to
>> say, that even though they are expired (etc), the settings still apply.
>> :o(
>>
>> --
>>
>> All the Best,
>> Kelly (MS-MVP)
>>
>> Troubleshooting Windows XP
>> http://www.kellys-korner-xp.com
>>
>>
>> "t.cruise" <t__cruise@[NoSpam]hotmail.com> wrote in message
>> news:%23b3O5idWFHA.584@TK2MSFTNGP15.phx.gbl...
>> > Often it's because you have done one, or a combination of:
>> >
>> > Refused or blocked cookies from the site
>> > Blocked pop-ups
>> > Blocked Ads
>> > Blocked Scripts
>> > --
>> >
>> > T.C.
>> > t__cruise@[NoSpam]hotmail.com
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>> > "T. Waters" <@$%$%#^@jdjgkl.com> wrote in message
>> > news:OxEQvadWFHA.1508@tk2msftngp13.phx.gbl...
>> >> How frustrating. I am down to wondering if Web pages can block
>> >> computer
>> >> users from visiting.
>> >>
>> >> Granny wrote:
>> >> > I have tried that, no help there either.
>> >> > It is only one page, problem is, it's an important one. Probably
>> >> > just going to give up.
>> >> > I have spent so many hours this week, trying everything
>> >> > thinkable----
>> >> > to no avail
>> >> > Thx
>> >> > "t.cruise" wrote:
>> >> >
>> >> >> If the problem has only been going on since last Saturday, why
>> >> >> don't
>> >> >> you try using a System Restore Point from a date just prior to the
>> >> >> problem, and see if that fixes it. --
>> >> >>
>> >> >> T.C.
>> >> >> t__cruise@[NoSpam]hotmail.com
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>> >> >>
>> >> >>
>> >> >> "Granny" <Justme@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> >> >> news:EA3E2378-1F8D-4BEF-8FEF-42EFF684ACC6@microsoft.com...
>> >> >>> That's how they all are. I have done this several times this week.
>> >> >>> The problem has been going on since last saturday. It is only one
>> >> >>> site that refuses to load. I've seen someone here or on another
>> >> >>> message board who is having the same problem with UPS.com. Don't
>> >> >>> see that he's found an answer yet either.
>> >> >>> Thx,
>> >> >>>
>> >> >>> "T. Waters" wrote:
>> >> >>>
>> >> >>>> Grasping at straws here...
>> >> >>>> 1. Delete your Temporary Internet Files and reboot.
>> >> >>>> 2. Set your Internet Privacy settings to Medium and
>> >> >>>> Set your Internet Security settings (click Custom level
>> >> >>>> button) to Medium.
>> >> >>>> And reboot.
>> >> >>>>
>> >> >>>>
>> >> >>>> Granny wrote:
>> >> >>>>> Sorry, this didn't do it either.
>> >> >>>>> Thanks anyway
>> >> >>>>>
>> >> >>>>> "NotMe" wrote:
>> >> >>>>>
>> >> >>>>>> Possibly a bad page in cache?
>> >> >>>>>> Did you try holding CTRL and clicking refresh.
>> >> >>>>>> That makes the page reload from the net instead of from your
>> >> >>>>>> cache.
>> >> >>>>>>
>> >> >>>>>> --
>> >> >>>>>> A Professional Amatuer...If anyone knew it all, none of would
>> >> >>>>>> be
>> >> >>>>>> here! "Granny" <Justme@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
>> >> >>>>>> message
>> >> >>>>>> news:88D5CC30-4EE6-4FAE-BA64-C9B5AFA753DD@microsoft.com...
>> >> >>>>>>> Yes, I have tried another profile, as well as two other users
>> >> >>>>>>> on
>> >> >>>>>>> this p/c, still no go. Didn't mean to insinuate that the other
>> >> >>>>>>> problems were seen on this board, they have been on others. I
>> >> >>>>>>> have also received a suggestion from
>> >> >>>>>>> another place that accelerators from the ISP could be causing
>> >> >>>>>>> the problem. Going to try that. I'll let this board know--in
>> >> >>>>>>> case this works.
>> >> >>>>>>> Thanks for all the help.
>> >>
>> >>
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