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Ie Acting Funny - Not Loading Pages


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#1 theWallflower

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Posted 27 July 2007 - 07:13 AM

IE seems to be acting funny. It's having trouble loading pages. It can take a long time to load, and then it displays the bare bones text, all misaligned and without pictures. Then sometimes it'll pretend it can't access the page (like a 404), then I hit refresh and it loads just fine. I don't have this problem in Firefox.
I also seem to have a related problem in outlook, where it runs very slow too. It's not slow in dowloading the messages, but it can take a long time to display them. Even simple text.
I've upgraded to IE7, cleared the IE cache, temp files, cookies, and disabled some add-ons, and it has the same behavior. Multiple and repeated spyware and virus scans don't show anything. I have no detectable malware, spyware, or viruses on my computer. I have a feeling it may be related to some sort of malware, because I really have a problem with the Windows Update site when on IE
This topic shows what I've done so far. I originally posted in the HijackThis Log and Analysis forum. They recommended I post here if I was still having problems.
Any help would be appreciated, thanks.

Edited by theWallflower, 27 July 2007 - 06:34 PM.


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