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jamesrichardson502

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Im having trouble looking at certain websites, msn.com, overclockers.co.uk, and many more. the loading bar just stops halfway and wont shift. I have AOL broadband (i know its rubbish, not my choice!). its really annoying not being able to log onto msn etc.
Help would be appreciated
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hey 502 hows it bro, it could be lots of things what web browser r u using,if its firefox or another gecko based browser,it flat out wont work in some websites its all about the activeX,if your on broadband (dsl adsl?) your web pages should load in a blink of a eye.have you done a really good scan for spyware.adware etc.how much ram do u have what size chip, if your running older slower having to many running processes can really slow you down as well do you do alot of downloading and then uninstalling you could have a dll conflict.you can try uninstalling your web browser, then reinstalling it, also call your local isp they may be dropping some band width on you.do u use a locked hosts file, if so perhaps some of your favs are in there in which case they wont load at all.also check your internet settings. :tazz: cheers keep fighting the good fight
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i use the most recent internet explorer, and have recently done a big clear up of spyware etc. someone told me once it could be to do with AOL, and something about an MTU, but thats beyond me!
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http://www.broadband...m/remark,279763 hey dude check out this site,its most lilkey your hope this helps mtu,,http://www.pcworld.com/howto/article/0,aid,7802,pg,3,00.asphttp://www.the-scream.co.uk/forums/archive/index.php/t-14662.html
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