Question about HP Compaq FS7600 17" CRT Monitor
Most likely it has somehow been marked as a rogue website by someone who added that website to the restricted websites in your web browser security settings.
You can find out by,
1. First right click on the IE explorer icon on your desktop, and then select "Internet Options" at the bottom of the drop down menu.
2. Then select the "Security" tab.
3. You should see a zone box with "Internet", "Local Intranet", "Trusted Sites", and "Restricted Sites".
4. Select the "Restricted Sites" and then select the "Sites" button right under the zones box and the restricted sites will then be displayed.
5. You should see two boxes, an "Add This Website To The Zone" and "Websites:" (do not add that web site that you are on to the restricted zone unless you want that web site to be restricted).
6. Scroll down through the list of restricted websites in the "Websites" box and see if you can locate Facebook on the restricted sites list, and if you find it then select it and then select the "Remove" button, then select "Apply" and then "OK" and then you should have access to that website again.
Posted on Jun 04, 2010
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