There are a couple of internet pages that when I try to access I get a message that the page is too large to be displayed. Both of these webpages are not larger than either the memory on my Palm T/X or the SD card. The only potential problem is that they are secured websites that when logged onto have links to several other pages within them. Lots of information in them that may be causing the problem.
Any help would be great, accessing these pages on the go was a major reason for buying the device.
Have you tried using Fast Mode to view your websites? With your browser open, select the lightning bolt icon on the top of the screen, then select Fast mode. You won't see pictures or icons, but the links will still be live. Good luck! Please let me know if this helps!
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try another browser such as mozilla firefox if you are using internet explorer. Check if your facebook page would turn on. Otherwise try to click Tools > Internet Options > Delete Cookies > Delete Temporary files, hit apply & ok...
If you can access other browsers but not facebook, notify if there is an error message when facebook gets blank . You may to access facebook alternatively by accessing https://www.facebook.com
Most of the time, the internet browser is the problem when a page won't load up. If you're accessing your Yahoo! Mail everyday, there will come a time that your browser will be filled out with cookies and cache.
However, you must try to isolate first, to make sure that the problem is the browser and not the Yahoo! Mail sign in page. Here are the things that you may try:
1. Try to use different internet browser and access your Yahoo! Mail. If the sign in page loads up, then it's the browser.
2. Try to access the Yahoo! Mail in a different computer that is connected to a different network.
If the problem is only happening in one browser, then it's the browser. You may try to clear the cookies and cache. Here's how:
* For Internet Explorer - Open your IE > Tools > Internet Options - Click the "Delete" button under the browsing history. - Select cookies, internet files, etc. - Select "Delete All". - Close and re-open your IE. - Try to access your Yahoo! Mail.
* For Mozilla Firefox - Open Firefox > Tools > Clear Recent History. - Select cookies, cache, browsing and download, etc. - Click on "Clear Now" - Close and re-open your Firefox - Try to access your Yahoo! Mail.
This could be a browser problem. What you could do is to try clearing the cookies, cache and internet files of your internet browser. Here's how:
For Internet Explorer: 1. Run Internet Explorer and click on
'Tools' menu. 2. Go to Internet Options and locate the Browsing
History section. 3. Click the 'Delete' button and delete the
Temporary Internet Files, Cookies and History. 4. Close the
Internet Explorer and re-open it. 5. Access your e-mail.
For Mozilla Firefox: 1. Run Firefox and hit 'Tools' menu. 2. Go
to 'Clear Recent History' and click the drop-down arrow for 'Time
range to clear'. 3. Select 'Everything' and then hit the 'Clear
Now' button. 4. Close and re-open Firefox 5. Access your
Or, might as wel, try using another internet browser like Mozilla Firefox, Opera browser or Netscape to isolate the problem.
Within IE8, delete all Temporary Internet Files.
Open IE8, and access Facebook's "home" page.
Does the error happen "all" the time, or only when accessing one specific friend's web-page?
If the latter, then there's a problem on that person's web-page -- avoid that page to avoid the error-message.
Maybe you can work around this problem by using Windows Live Mail, it lets you access all of your email addresses on one page, Also when you set it up, you just have to enter the email address and it automatically sets up the rest, works pretty good. Not sure about the website thing though.
Hi, Here is a link to Palm support services. I recently had a problem with my TX and I did the free chat service they offer. The technician I had completely solved my problem. You can do a phone support if you want but that will cost you around $15. The chat and forums are free. The chat feature is towards the bottom of the page. Hopefully this will help. Best wishes.
Here is a link to Palm support services. I recently had a problem with
my TX and I did the free chat service they offer. The technician I had
completely solved my problem. You can do a phone support if you want
but that will cost you around $15. The chat and forums are free. The
chat feature is towards the bottom of the page. Hopefully this will
help. Best wishes.
Do you have problems also with downloading your e-mails? If not, you have problems with DNS - your computer cannot recognize web page name and convert it into proper IP number.
Try to contact with your ISP and gain these numbers, which you have to enter into proper place in Connection menu (Advanced options)