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Some Web Pages Won't Load


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feltenflug

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I am no longer able to load the web pages for Macys or Kmart. When I try to access them, I either receive a message stating that Internet Explorer Cannot Display the Web Page or I am sent to the search page (where the website is listed and I still not accessible).

My son's computer has a wireless connection to mine and he is able to access those sites, therefore it must be something with my computer, not the internet provider. I have Windows XP Home Edition, Internet Exploer 7. I ran different programs to check for viurses, spyware, etc. as well as ccleaner. Microsoft's website was not helpful. Please help, this is minor but very annoying.
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Clark76

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Did you upgrade to IE version 7 right around when you had this problem? IE7 has still had its fair share of problems being in my opinion a rushed browser upgrade.

One quick thing you can do is see if somehow they where put in your restricted list. In IE go to tools>internet options>under the security tab highlight the restricted sites. Click the sites button and scroll through there to see if they are listed.

Perhaps others might have some suggestions also.
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I tried that already. It happend right before the holidays. I don't know why my computer has the problem and my son's doesn't. My computer also wouldn't accept the maclicious spyware tool and his did. It is probably something so simple that I don't see it.
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