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Michael

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Is it just me or do other people ever get my favorite web site looking like this (see picture). Don't give me a fix, i just what to know if I am the only one. I have formated ever 6 weeks or mabye a bit longer, and it always happens. Even just after a format. One for a few hours several times a week, but i wish it would not.

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Justin

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Did you recently run CleanUp!?
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Michael

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Ran CCleaner last night. It gose away after a while.
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In Firefox, go to tools, options and click on the privacy tab. Then click Clear All.

If that doesnt fix it, click start
click run
type in cmd
A new box will open
then type in ipconfig /flushdns

reboot and it should be fine =)
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For some reason you're not reading the CSS file. Try restoring the default settings, or reinstalling FireFox.
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I usually get it after I run CleanUp! But few days later or even hours it automatically getrs fixed? IS it because you clear out temp and cache files?
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Michael

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It works now, thanks!
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Johanna

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Michael, your avatar has been nothing but a red X for a couple of days. Are the two problems related? Everyone else's avatars seem fine.

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Michael

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You are the second person that has said that in under an hour it started on the 29/9. I lost my avartar when I became a staff member and never whated to put it back. They are not related and has nothing to do with ever one elses avatar. I will fix it tell me if it stops doing it.
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The picture placeholder is gone now.

I don't run reg cleaners. XP was designed to accommodate bulk and debris. Sooner or later temp files get deleted anyway, especially if you turn the space you allocate to them. Any duplicates or temp files in the Windows XP folders can be safely ignored.

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