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radiuss

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I'm having a problem using the Google Search engine. When I do a search and the results page loads, then I click on an item, then click "back" to search results, the page goes blank. If I hit refresh, it reappears. The search results url is always still visible with the blank page.

Using Firefox, Windows 7.

Anyone know what to do to correct this?

Thanks!
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radiuss

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bump. Problem still persisting.
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Late last night I found a couple of forums that actually had a working fix (workaround) for this very annoying problem, so I'm trying to post it on every forum I can find that has posted the complaint.

1. Go to FireFox's configuration editor by typing about:config where you'd type a URL address and press Enter.

2. Ignore the warning message, this is standard procedure.

3. Scroll down to Browser.sessionhistory.max total viewers.

It is probably set to -1.

Change it to 0 (not 1, not 2, but ZERO).

Problem solved!

You can read about what this entry is suppose to do here http://kb.mozillazin...x_total_viewers but it's causing the problem that you described.
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