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Whenever I back up a page and try to return to the previous page I get this; iTS MAKING ME NUTS WEBPAGE HAS EXPIRED MOST LIKELY CAUSE: THE LOCAL COPY OF THIS WEBPAGE REQUIRES THAT YOU DOWNLOAD IT AGAIN. WHAT YOU CAN TRY: CLICK ON THE REFRESH BUTTON ON THE TOOLBAR TO RELOAD THE PAGE. AFTER REFRESHING YOU MIGHT NEED TO NAVIGATE TO THE SPECIFIC WEBPAGE AGAIN, OR RE-ENTER INFORMATION. THIS IS DRIVING ME NUTS.

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How many websites are you seeing this on? is it on one site or many? what browser are you using? Internet Explorer, Firefox Opera, Safari or Chrome? can you share the web address that you experienced this on? did you have to log into the site or is it public?

Sorry for all the questions, it is just that there are many possible issues i can think of and would like to narrow those down before suggesting a fix or explanation of the issue.

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