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Geeks to go pages load improperly in firefox 3.5


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I just wanted to share that i have noticed that the Pages from Geeks to Go have a spinning circle symbol that never stops spinning in Firefox 3.5 - meaning the page never quits its loading cycle. And in Task manager it at least on my healthy computer shows 100% cpu utilization.

When i click the X bottom for "stop loading the page", then immediately the CPU utilization drops to 2%.

It is not happening for any other sites I open in this browser.

Other then that a marvelous site!
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I'm running 3.52 and pages are loading properly. I'll do a little digging. I think our server admin had a similar problem at one time.
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I found an earlier post from another patron, who had same issue. Although this page loaded fine right now.
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sorry, just noticed after my reply the page reloaded with that circular rotation icon in the firefox tab. Its no big deal, just that one has to hit the x to stop loading to avoid cpu 100% utilization.

Well on my PC ever since I upgraded to firefox 3.5 many people myself included get a popup when starting up firefox saying :


" The procedure entry point IsThreadDesktopComposited could not be located in the dynamic link library USER32.dll. "

In mozilla's forums many people are geting that message since upgrading to 3.5.

I wonder if that is causing the issue with your sites page not quitting the page loading stage.
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