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Websites won't fully load or are grayed out.

I'm using Windows XP and Firefox. When I load iGoogle my sites load the headings but no listings underneath. When I use Mint.com, my interactive pages are grayed out so I can't edit them.

Thank you for any help.

~Chuck

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  • Chuck Custer Apr 29, 2010

    Thanks for your help. Unfortunately, I don't know how to find compatibility settings. I've looked in both Firefox and the Windows Help menu but couldn't find how to access what you're talking about. Could you tell me more, please? Thank you... Chuck

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Try to change the settings in the Tools/Compatability view once you egt the pop up to customize Compatability view then thick the last option which is Display all websites in compatability view. Hope this helps .otherwise reinstall flash and java.

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  • tanyahenney Apr 30, 2010

    while you have the Internet explorer open go to TOOLS then look for the Change Compatability Settings in the drop down menue and click to open in a pop up window, look in there anf youl see Dispaly all wensties in compatability view check this option and close restart IE.

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