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Pictures not loading in Firefox, Nothing loads in IE

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#1 acrajchel


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Posted 03 December 2014 - 06:32 PM

A couple weeks ago I noticed that a website would only load some of the pictures for display, using Firefox.  It seems to be mostly when I click a link, the linked website has issues.  This is true for both external and internal links.  For instance, while browsing craigslist, the first page loads fine.  The second page and on, no pictures.  Also if the pictures show ont he first page and I click on the item, it does not load the pictures on the item page.  This scenario is the same for every website I visit, not just craigslist.  So I decided to try using IE, thinking maybe there was an issue with an update from Firefox.  When I try to go to any website in IE, it says the server cannot be found, even though I can open the site in Firefox, but with the picture issue.  Not sure if this is two problems or if they are connected.  I ran a full virus scan and got no results back.  I have tried resetting my router and modem (using cable) and it did not change a thing.  Any ideas what could be going on?

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#2 jhayz


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Posted 04 December 2014 - 08:49 PM

Have you tried clearing your cookies and cache files just in case? By the way, Welcome to Bleeping Computer Community :welcome:


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