Internet surfing links don't all connect when cliked after 2nd or 3rd page
Hi! the problem I'm having is for example: I go into Ebay the main page opens, I then type sony TV-DVD combos and clik search, a new page opens up with all vaqrious size, styles, and with pictures and cost, I then click on a particular model it opens that model page, but then say there is a link for a similar item or some other link, when I click that link nothing happens.
Another example: I purchased an e book and got my download link through my e-mail, I then click Down Load so far so good after downloading there were additional links to see informative videos that are part of the e book, but when I click those nothing happened.
This is a used laptop I purchased about a month ago, Toshiba A75-S211
I whish I new about you gentlemen before. About three weeks ago, I contacted a company through the internet to inspect my laptop to see if they could find out why my laptop dvd-cd rom was not reading any cd's or dvd's. Through the internet they took over my laptop and did all kind of tests and concluded that it was a harware problem. I took it to Toshiba where it still has warranty for hardware and got that fixed.
Before having that check-up done to my laptop my web surfing was fine, all my links worked. I discover the problem when shopping on ebay. My conclusion is that some cookie or something was accidentally removed during the chek-up search and it's effecting my links.
I dont want to go back to them oviously, I hope that you can help me
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Dear you didn't inform me which browser you used. Firstly, If your internet connection is too slow then the fb page can't load properly because of the fb contain too images or video for this reason the page can't load properly. 2nd, If you use internet explorer or Mozilla Firefox then the reason is in browser directory contain a crash file which is accused for it. So you can principally uninstall the browser program then reinstall it again. Finally restart your pc. 3rd, Normally remember Compaq laptop is not too first i mean its ram or processor. So if you use so many programs which will load on ram and processor. So please uninstall unnecessary programs from your laptop. I think you will get your solution.
1st If the wireless card driver is not installed then the driver.
2nd. Check Device Manager to see if the wireless card is working and enabled.
3rd. Configure the wireless card with the Wireless router's wireless settings, ie, SSID, WPA or WPA2 encryption etc.
4th Connect your DSL or Cable modem to the WAN/Inernet port with a LAN cable.
To secure your wireless network from unauthorized access, please click on this link and follow my instructions :- http://www.fixya.com/support/r3559128-wireless_router_security
most of the time internet explorer is by default brouser available in window when u install the mozila at end end of instalation process a message comes that take settings from internet explorer u have to click on yes option. or u can direct see the connection property or lan seting from internet explorer and copy it in mozila connection setting
Try to delete you browser history cookied and eveything by going to tools and clicking on delete browsing history. Once you get there click on delete all. Then close and reopen your browser and try again. This should FixYa!
Go to your Run program on the computer that your are having connection problems with. Type cmd.exe in the box. When your DOS page appears, type in ipconfig/ release. Be sure to use a space between the / and the word release. After it releases, type in ipconfig/ renew, using the space as well. Close out of your DOS. Recheck your internet connection. Before you recheck it though, make sure that your computer's wireless password, if you are using any, are the same as your wireless router's password. Hope this helps.
youve got a few ways:
1) press on the link of the movie right mouse key - "save target as" download it and then open it
2) when the mediaplayer starts push stop untill you see the faint strip fills all the line time and then the movie wont stop for buffring
3) choose a lower resolution before cliking the movie