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Problems In Explorer And Websites.. Help!

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#1 azure_fantist


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Posted 13 February 2008 - 10:22 PM

Hi everyone, experience this problem whenever i try to load videos and find it very annoying, hopefully someone can give me help and advice.
Basically, whenever i go to websites like youtube, crunchyroll etc etc. and load a video, the visual image kinds of lag a bit first and after a few moments it hangs the whole explorer. This results me having to close down all my internet explorer as this 'hang' also affects my other explorer too...

I am currently using windows xp, and have recently just formatted my hard disk (due to a trojan attack). Meaning to say that even before i have format my disk and got the attack, this does not happen at all. All these hangings occur after i format my com.

Also another problem that i have encountered is that certain websites that previously i can get in through, right now are not able to get in. I either get a 'please refresh page' or an error popup about please send error report stuff, can't quite remember.
But one thing for sure is that the websites that i am unable to get in to, is only happening to my laptop as this problem did not occurs in other com that i have tried.

Hope to hear hep from you all soon! Thanks alot!!

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#2 Orange Blossom

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Posted 18 February 2008 - 04:47 PM

Hello azure_fantist,

Since these problems surfaced since you formatted your drive, I suspect that something went wrong with the formatting and reinstallation process.

What is the brand and model of your computer? When you reinstalled the OS, did you reinstall all the drivers etc.?

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