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It looks like is your browser..
try to clear your cache by going to tools>interent options> and clicking delete cookies and temporary internet files.
I would probably also try to scan the computer for virus and spyware
if previous had been attempted try this: (try one and test before moving on to the next one)
1. reset to default your internet settings: on your ei browser go to tools>interent options>security tab and click the reset to default botton on internet zone.
2. add the website to your trusted websites in same are as number one but select trusted websites and add the address.
3. go to advance tab and click restore advance settings (to default)
4. this is the shotgun approach... go to advance tab and click the reset button.
Posted on Oct 04, 2008
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