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#1 nosmiley

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Posted 07 October 2013 - 10:14 PM

Lately, when going to Yahoo blog and reading the article, then reading the comments I get a problem. When I click on "replies", or that small button under a person's comments, nothing happens. The computer just sits motionless, with no little blinking lights. This also happens when I read an article, and it states for more information, click here ,in blue. Nothing happens. The screen recognizes that I did click the button  Another incident: I just went to a fourth generation family heat treating business; a button click at the top offers to show staff. Instead, I just get two "frames" where the pictures would be. 

 

I have windows 7, all updates

I have run Avast, superantispyware, malware bytes, Advanced system care pro. Nothing peculiar is ever found- a few tracking cookies like I've had for years. My Java, and adobe are up to date

I have put the options back to default - custom security is on medium high.

I just finished running chkdsk c /r. It didn't seem to find anything.

I feel like it's my computer, rather than the sites I'm visiting.

I do have a Netgear router. Mine is hardwired to the router- the wife's is wireless.

These events happen, when hers is not in use.  We use bellsouth.net for service.

Thanks in advance. Senility may be setting in. I've gotten forgetful somewhat.

I tried some of the Microsoft "fix-it" programs with no detectable changes.  



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#2 hamluis

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Posted 08 October 2013 - 07:39 AM

I'd remove Advanced System Care...and see if the problem continue.

 

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