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Windows XP - Internet Explorer 8 - Webpage has expired


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After entering my user name & password on a particular site, I keep getting this error message, "Webpage has expired." Then, "Tab has been recovered," but still no content on the page.

I was able to get to the site only last week, with no problem.

Any assistance is appreciated.

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Is this only one site, or has it happened to more than one site?

If you happen to have another browser installed, you should try that one and see if you get the same result. It doesn't necessarily sound like the browsers fault though.
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Just one site. I tried Firefox but then I get completely shut out from both IE & Firefox. Leo.
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If it is both browsers then it is a problem with the website, not your computer.
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I tried a different computer & I was able to get in. Any suggestions? Should I try to reinstall the browser(s)?
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That would be a place to start. Try a browser reinstall and see if that fixes it, otherwise we should look deeper.
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