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greenbeanviking

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I have Mozilla and Internet Explorer installed on my machine. When i try to access www.widnes-vikings.com the browser attaempts to open the site, but then just closes itself down completely.

I can get into another part of the site using the link:

http://www.whatatry....afd6e99672ce299

but can't understand why I can't access it the normal way. I could access it normally until about a week ago. What's going on does anyone know? Can anyone help?

Thanks
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Looks like the problem is on the other end. It almost crashed on me using Firefox when I tried going there (froze for a while).
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I did wonder if it was them, but I can access it OK from work through the normal link. Also can access it fine from home using the 2nd link.

I wondered whether it was something on my PC not allowing me access?

Thanks for looking, if anyone does come up with anything let me know.

Cheers
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I am still having problems with my Internet browser closing itself down on several websites. I have checked on various problem sites and it seems that this is happening to lots of people, but there doesn't seem to be a fix.

Could it be something to do with downloading service pack 2 for XP?
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