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#1 retrocomputers

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Posted 29 November 2007 - 01:12 PM

Hi i am havin a few probs i hope you can help,
i have ie 7 the pages are takeing mins to load they uesed to take 5 secs,
i get a grey clock bottom left waiting for page to load,
conection speed is a bit naff!!
i have no viruses as you guys cleaned them out,
please can someone help me with this problem,
thanks,
terry.

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Posted 30 November 2007 - 01:32 AM

Try running IE7 in no add-ins mode.
If no add-ons mode fixes your problem, then you are going to have to try and work out what third party product is causing your problem by disabling one add-on at a time, restarting IE, then testing.
If disabling one doesn't work, re-enable it, restart IE, and try the next one.

You can also have a look at this article called Help! My computer is slow!
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Reflect, repent, and reboot.
Order shall return.

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#3 retrocomputers

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Posted 30 November 2007 - 04:53 AM

Hi tmack
i have tryed running in no add on mode i is just as slow,
waiting for http//
waiting for http// loading pictures 1of 2 of 3 of 4 of and so on it takes about 3 mins to load a page
depending on how many pictures there are it can be uo to 5 mins.
thank you,
terry.
i have cleared temps,done defrag cleared everything i had to history, re bin,

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Posted 30 November 2007 - 12:20 PM

What kind of internet connexion do you have, and have you checked upload/download speeds?
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Posted 01 December 2007 - 03:15 AM

Hi john,
my internet con is cable,

bandwidth download test results are: 149 kilobits per second

bandwidth upload test results are: 109 kilobits per second

this is the results of ping test below

thanks john

regards terry.

DNS Location Average Ping1 Ping2 Ping3
pcpitstop.com Dallas, TX, USA 457 506 665 329
yahoo.com (various) 1128 162 349 2000
google.com (various) 899 2000 265 666
cnet.com (various) 564 1058 384 407
espn.com (various) 1338 1035 316 2000
blogger.com (various) 587 1072 259 508

Interpreting Your Results
Ping Time Explanation
<=100 ms Great, typical of a high-speed cable or DSL connection.
100 to 200 ms Good, common for cable and DSL connections.
200 to 400 ms Fair, usually seen with dialup connections or faraway sites.
400 to 600 ms Slow, either the connection or the remote site is slow.
600 to 1999 ms Poor, high latency. Typical for satellite connections.
> 1999 ms No response, the ping was blocked or the site did not reply.




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