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internet explorer won't load some web pages


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I am running internet explorer 6.0 with service pack 2, on a toshiba laptop, recently when i try to view certian web pages I get this page cannot be displayed, I do not beleive it is encryption related as i have 128 bit encryption and i can log on to my bank web site, i am running norton anti virus and have done a complete scan, and comes out clean, same with avg. I have run ad-aware and also spy-bot. and cleaned any spyware found, I have run sfc/ scannow. but nothing has fixed my problems, I also have two other computers at home on this network and they can access all these pages, does anybody have any ideas on what I should try next.
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Got it fixed using winsockxp fix thanks for looking.
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try firefox and see if you have the same problem..

http://www.mozilla.com/

there is a extension called IE tab so you will be able to display a site that doesn't display properly with firefox...I haven't hit one for months though
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thanks for your reply got it fixed using winsockxp-fix
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