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Loophole fixed :tazz:


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Edited by CTC_Thought, 08 September 2005 - 06:22 PM.

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Which browser are you using right now? Does switching to an alternative browser fix up the problem for you, or does it happen for every single browser you have tried so far?

Try clearing out your browsing history, temporary Internet files, and cookies. Restart your browser, and try visiting the website again.

By the way - which programs did you use when 'doing some stuff'? Did you make a backup of the items you deleted - if you did delete something? If that's the case, try restoring all your backup files and see if that fixes the website-viewing problem.
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Don't know about the back ups

I'm using firefox and IE works.

I'll try what you said.
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Sorry, I posted my reply earlier on before you edited your post to add in the picture.

Reinstalling Firefox might also help - try doing that if the suggestions I posted earlier don't work. Go here for a detailed list of instructions on how to correctly and safely remove Firefox, and reinstall it.

Do you have any problems viewing other websites?
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Sorry, I posted my reply earlier on before you edited your post to add in the picture.

Reinstalling Firefox might also help - try doing that if the suggestions I posted earlier don't work. Go here for a detailed list of instructions on how to correctly and safely remove Firefox, and reinstall it.

Do you have any problems viewing other websites?

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No problems so far. Just this one.

Thanks for the link and help. :tazz:
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