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Internet With my modem connected and able to handle "in and out" e-mails, my homepage will not load. I get the information on the bottom of the screen "Waiting for BBC". Some pages will load - eg FujiFilm. - most won't and the "waiting" message is repeated. I find that if I restart the computer that the homepage almost always functions again as expected. I cannot think of any changes by way of software or hardware that have brought on this problem. I use Firefox as my usual  browser, but have IE7 as well. I would be very grateful for any advice or suggestions. Many thanks Anthony McLaughlin

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  • enagh Oct 26, 2007

    Thanks,sainisonu, for that advice.
    I have ZoneAlarm Security Suite installed, and this hasn't alerted me to any virus problem.
    I have tried without success to fine "clean private date" under tools option in Firefox. I am looking in the wrong place, it seems. I am very much a novice and would be glad of directions as to how to find this option.
    Best regards
    enagh

  • enagh Nov 03, 2007

    Thanks,sainisonu, for all your help in this.
    I have followed your instructions, and am glad to report that all seems to be working as it should.
    Best wishes.
    Enagh

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Ur system is infected with virus.Try installing any antivirus software.or go to tools option and click on 'clean private date'

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    Sandeep Singh Nov 03, 2007

    Click on tools in Mozilla Firefox window.After that click on Clear Private Data.

    Now u get a small window.

    Tick all the boxes and click on Clear Private Data Now tab.

    Thats it.



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    Sandeep Singh.

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