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graham179328

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Hi!

I have to click back three or more times to get IE8 to page back. How can I fix this?

Thanks.
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Hi mate, does it happen every website or only some?

This does happen from time to time when there are redirections involved. Basically you click back to the redirect link which pushes you forward again. Rapid click back will jump you back before redirect can take place.

Otherwise you might need to reset your IE settings.

Let me know.

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Every website.
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Hhmmmm that is a weird one. Do you have to click back really fast or do you click once, wait, click again, wait a bit more, kind of thing?

Either way, hit up Tools > Internet Options. Hit the Delete button underneath the browsing history title. The delete button is pretty much smack bang in the middle of the window. Then make sure the very top box is unchecked, and check all the other boxes and hit delete. This will clean out all your temporary internet files and reset any passwords and forms data.

If after this it is still giving you grief, try Tools > Internet Options. Hit the Advanced tab. At the bottom will be a reset button. This will clean up the IE settings basically back to what it was when it was first installed.

Also try checking for windows updates, make sure all the latest patches are downloaded and applied.

Let me know if you have any questions.

Cheers
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