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Windows 7 ,some websites not loading or are very slow,


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Hello,

I bought a new Toshiba qosmio about one month ago.From about two days I have been having trouble with some of the wesbites,I use IE 8 .I have searched online but havent really found an answer yet,I would be grateful if anyone could help.The laptop I bought is very expensive and I am very worried ,please help,thank you
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Jacee

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What anti-virus and firewall are you using?
Have you tried to set the page to compatibility mode?
Do you have all Windows security updates downloaded and installed?
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I hope this help and I made another topic as well in malware,how can i delete that?

I have mcafee installed ,I use windows firewalls,yes I have set up windows update.I tried installing java but it does not allow me to.

Thank you


>>removed OTL log<<

Edited by admin, 13 June 2011 - 10:26 AM.
OTL in malware removal forum only please

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make sure if you are running a 64 bit system that you dont need to be operating in 32 bit compatability mode for thos sites
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Update to IE 9:

http://windows.micro...roducts/ie/home

McAfee is terrible. I use free MSE and comodo firewall.

http://www.microsoft...ls/default.aspx

http://www.filehippo...ownload_comodo/
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Before you do anything, check that your network cable is plugged in fully. I'v just spent 3 days pouring over forums, windows help files, Norton help files, Live support for Microsoft and Norton, only to find that my cable was broken! It was strange, as we have an old XP laptop working via the same modem (only wireless) which worked perfectly, but another laptop with Win 7, also wireless, was having exactly the same issues as the main PC. Still don't understand why a broken cable would affect one wireless PC and not another though. Please try the cable(s) before you give yourself unnecessary stress and maybe cost.
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