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message board posting probelm with IE. please HELP?


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baby_blue_6_4

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what would casuse IE 6.02900.2180.xpsp_sp2_gdr.050301-159 to suddenly give me the famous page cannot be displayed when posting a privte message in a fourm using vBulletion 3.5.3 when it's never before? it just seems to be a problem if it ends in .php :whistling: but it seems that the message goes through you just have to click refresh.

Edited by baby_blue_6_4, 14 September 2006 - 03:50 AM.

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Johanna

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Sometimes I think the Internet just hiccups.
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i don't know... it's been doing it for 2 days now. :whistling:
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Johanna

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Have you recently installed any software on your computer?
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this is my girlfriend's id... i just didn't feel like logging her out and me in. i had installed the internet download manager, but just uninstalled it and i haven't checked it again since. i though that might be the cause as it links into your browser. i'll let ya know if that's what it was. thanks.
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ok i fixed the issue... it was just the internet download manager. i uninstalled it and now it seems to be working just fine. :whistling:
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