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Firefox will not load pages

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#1 Robar


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Posted 10 November 2009 - 10:06 AM

I am currently running Windows XP and Firefox 3.5.2. When Firefox attempts to load a page it stops, but the circular indicator keeps spinning although it is not doing anything more than spinning. Sometimes when I hit the reload button one or more times it will actually load. Sometimes it does not load at all. I have tried the following things: I have closed down Zonealarm, but that did not make a difference. I have ditched the latest version of Firefox and downloaded a version from a couple of versions ago. I did this because around the time I downloaded the latest Firefox is when this problem surfaced. Downloading a different version of Firefox did not matter. I have totally cleaned my system using CCleaner. I have defragged and I have gotten rid of .tmp files and also scanned the system with Spybot. None of this has helped the problem. I have a feeling it may be something that I am overlooking. Can someone help?


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#2 lindaga35


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Posted 10 November 2009 - 06:48 PM

Hello, my firefox does that when im on facebook. it drives me crazy.


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