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I'm using firefox on windows 7 home premium edition. the above web link is where the problem happens. I'm not sure if its adobe flash player that's making this problem or just the candy crush website. Please help this web page load it says that on firefox adobe flash player is enabled on www.fixya.com it has the option of either block plugin or continue allowing. I then clicked continue allowing and nothing proceeded to fix the candy crush game issue.. please help me out thank you
Keep trying... Should load. Install Firefox and try again
Posted on Sep 04, 2015
Did you try using another browser?
Try the following to fix the problem:
1. Uninstall Adobe Flash player and Firefox;
2. Install Firefox Download Firefox Free Web Browser
3. When going to the app page, Firefox will prompt you:
Click on 'Install Flash'
Now try playing Candy Crush again and see if it helps.
If still, after all of this, it doesn't work, add a comment below and I'll get in touch with you( TeamViewer/ other option you prefer)
Posted on Feb 16, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: QVC Website
I noticed that the website starts with a normal http (port 80) request.
If you browse over the website, I expect in your case everything to be normal.
The moment you select any of the "customer" information protected area pages, you enter a secure connection (SSL port 443).
At that moment, a certificate between your computer and the server will be released by the server for valid data exchange. Obviously, something goes wrong at your side.
You mentioned your routers are not the problem.
Are there other websites with https (Port443) causing the same problem on your computers?
If so, I think your routers have blocked port 443.
This should not be the case, but it just needs verification.
If other sites are o.k., you can try to add the secure website (because that's where the data is coming from) into your trusted websites in your webbrowser.
A bit mean of me, but I presume you are using Microsoft Internet Explorer.
For IE version 7, here is how to do this;
- In the browser top right you select Extra
- Internet Options
- Click on the trusted websites (green mark)
- click on the "websites" button
- Enter in the top white field the following website;
- Make sure that the checkbox at Serververification (https) .... is marked
- and click on "Add"
- Click on close and OK.
Close your webbrowser and open it again and try to acces the website again.
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
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