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Danish989

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I'm having trouble accessing the website: www.deviantart.com

I've attached screen shots of what it looks like through Firefox.

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I've also tried accessing it with IE 7, and even Google Chrome, but I'm getting the same thing each time. Also, the web page takes quite some time before loading up as much as it does.

I haven't noticed the same trouble with any other websites, and I also tried accessing the same website with Firefox in Ubuntu (also installed on the same laptop), and it worked absolutely fine. So it's definitely something wrong with my Win XP.

Also, I read somewhere that I could be getting this problem due to out-dated java plugin. So I tried accessing www.java.com/getjava to download the latest version of that, and the website seems to load for a few seconds, after which I am met with "Connection Interrupted" and the site doesn't load at all. (screenshots included)

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Looking forward to a response. And thanks in advance!
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Major Payne

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No problems with FF 2.0.0.20 or IE. Try clearing all cookies, cache for both browsers via their respective Tools Options/Internet Options Menus. Make sure you are not blocking images via any installed browser plug-in/add-on or external security program. Even try adding the URL separately into Load Images/JavaScript and setting it to "Allowed". Could try running Firefox in its Safe Mode (NOT Windows' safe mode) and resetting all Internet Options for IE.
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