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sorry if this is the wrong place im not sure where it belongs, i need to use the backbutton a lot and this page always comes out and its quite annoying, when i had an windows xp this didnt happen often but im using windows 2000 for now and it always happens. is there a way to stop from getting this page when using backspace?

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This normally happens for pages where "you" have filled out information... such as searches, or any page you enter information. This is not a failure for those pages.

Are you getting this message on "every" page when you hit the backspace button?

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if the page i am backspacing too has changed at all i get that error(and with what i do it always has changed so its quite a nuisance) on my windows xp compuer this never happened and i would be sent back to the old unupdated page which is what i need. i do not know what i did to make it work on xp or if it just doesnt happen on xp but is there anywhere to just allow the old page to show up when you backspace?
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The only setting I know of in IE (I assume you're using this) is in Tools/Internet Options/General/Settings... check "Never" for Check for newer versions of stored pages.

You might try that, but with every return visit (backspaced visit), you will have to refresh the page to see what has changed.

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