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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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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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to many conflicting browsers you might have disable or delete some

to create the menu tab on your homepage right click in the top toolbar you should see a number of toolbar options select the menu tab which will add File Edit View Favorites Tools and Help

click on the tools at the bottom of the drop down list will be internet options or

click start control panel internet options you will see a home page box To Create Page Tabs type each adress on its own line (type in or your preferred home page and browser
below that will be change search defaults click on settings you will see all search providers you have if dont need any of them you can disable or remove them

hope it helps

Jun 12, 2012 | Google Internet & Communication Software

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Can not get into my e mail

Go to and try to log in. If you are unsure of your password, there will be instructions on the homepage know to reset it. If you don't know your username, it will be harder to reset your password unless you registered with an "emergency address", to which GMail can send all your information. Look thoroughly on the page, and you'll surely be able to figure it out! Good luck!

Apr 30, 2012 | Microsoft Internet Explorer 7

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I can no longer modify, add content, etc. to my.msn homepage...

Make sure that you are logged into msn. Since you cleared your cookies and temp files, it may have "forgotten" your login information. Also, check that your browser isn't set to clear history and cookies after you close it.

Jul 19, 2010 | Microsoft Internet Explorer 8

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When I open Yahoo as my homepage it opens all

Your internet connection is experiencing problems: the page data loads first, then the formatting and metadata.Basically, your browser is timing out before the formatting info has loaded. When you hit refresh, your browser tries again, and it usually will work the second time. Just an internet connection issue, nothing wrong with your computer or the website.

It happens more frequently on busy and/or slow internet connections.

Mar 04, 2010 | Internet & Communication Software

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How to get Emails from other computers I want to take my new Mac. with me on vacation. How do I get to see the messages on my other computer at home

One "partial" solution is to use your "home" Internet Service Provider's "Web Mail" service.

For example, try '' or ''.

You'll be able to access all the "new" E-mail that arrives while you are "away" from your "home" computer, but none of the E-mail that was stored on your "home" computer _before_ you went away.

The other solution is to use the "Remote Desktop Protocol" to "logically" connect your Mac's keyboard & mouse & screen, over the Internet, to your "home" computer, rather than using the "physically-connected" keyboard & mouse & screen.

You would have to:
1. leave your "home" computer powered-on all the time that you're away;
2. either connect your home-computer directly to your cable-modem or DSL-modem, or to use "port-forwarding" on any router that is "between" your home computer(s) and your modem, to direct all "Remote Desktop" connection-attempts to one specific computer on your home network.
3. be "security-conscious" -- exposing your computer to "accept" a Remote Desktop connection means that any computer-hacker will try to login with your ID & password to your computer, over the Internet.
4. have a "Remote Desktop Protocol" client piece of software on your Mac.

Nov 18, 2009 | Apple Internet & Communication Software

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Facebook homepage not loading correctly (white screen)

You shouldn't be accessing facebook through HTTPS. Try adding facebook to your trusted zones by clicking "Tools", "Internet Options", select the "Security" tab, click on "Trusted Sites" with the green check mark, type in "*" without the quotes and uncheck the box toward the bottom of the dialog. Now click add and you should see * in the list. Click "Close". Now click on the "Privacy" tab, and move the slider down to "Accept all cookies" Click "Apply" then "OK". Try facebook again.

Let me know if this works! :)

Please vote on my solution :D

Oct 17, 2009 | Internet & Communication Software

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I can logan to yahoo,but when i get there it is frozen up .After i sign in ,i go to mail classic,then when yahoo comes on,i cant read my mail.because the screen freezes up.I have to close my yahoo...

Hi, You need to check for viruses/worms on your system and ensure there is no fault with your modem/internet band connection. Try using alternative browsers apart from Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari or Google Chrome.

Oct 08, 2009 | Dell Internet & Communication Software

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I am using outlook 2003 for e-mail. All of a sudden, when I open outlook it kills my internet connection. All I have to do is just open outlook, not do anything once it is open. Then I have to shut down my...

check in outlook options>mail setup>dial up"Control how outlook connects to your dial-up accounts"
what you need to set is :
Always use an existing dial up connection
warn before switching
and DO NOT have checked the hang up when finished part

go to ahm email accounts
change existing email accounts
choose your profile, and click change
then choose more settings
connection tab
There is also a setting: connect using my phone line etc etc etc
so you might wanna set LAN or whatever there too
cause there is a modem setting there too

if this all is already set this way i need some more information like what kind of connection do you have.

Jan 28, 2009 | Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 for PC

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Norton Internet Security is blocking my Internet connection

is your modem or internet connectivity allowed by the Norton Internet Security Firwall.

Jun 16, 2008 | Norton Internet Security 2005...

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