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You mean the image has loaded completely, but only in a 1/2 window? Or the image stops half way through loading? If the latter, then maybe check the DNS setting.. Sometimes the ISP changes it without notice, but if it's the latter it's quite odd. Might need more info, eg can you ping your isp? Are you running other programs, does email work ok.. etc
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on Apr 27, 2011 | Computers & Internet
What do you mean you are unable to get them to load. What happens? Are you receiving an error message?
Without knowing more, I'll take a stab and say try clearing your cache and cookies. This almost always resolves the problem when pages aren't loading correctly.
You could also try another browser (Firefox versus IE for example).
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Experiencing problems getting the latest images from the GOES website?
The first thing you need to know is that we update the images
on the GOES website every 30 minutes. The updated pages are then sent out to the
main server and the mirrors. Barring major network catastrophes and server
meltdowns, everything should be in synch at all times.
So then why does it seem as thought the images are stuck and won't update?
What's going on here?
Here's a brief summary. Your web browser saves (caches) a
copy of every page you display so that when you return to the page (without
explicitly reloading) the browser can load its copy of the page and save
having to pull another copy of the page across the Internet. This means
faster browsing and less time waiting for a page to load. However, sometimes
browsers hang onto their local copies longer than they should, and you can
end up viewing an out-of-date page. With slow-changing websites this is usually
not a problem. But, with the GOES website, the images are updated every 30 minutes.
Some users set their browser preferences to check every
single time they visit a web site, effectively eliminating this
problem, but that slows down your session with the extra chatter
necessary between your browser and the Internet, reducing the speed
savings of the (normally well-behaved) cache files. Most folks just
set their browser cache check to "Automatic" or "First Time Each
Session" (depending on browser type and version). Savvy users reload
everything anyway having learned to never trust their computers.
Top-notch users periodically flush out their browser caches as a
general maintenance and preventative procedure.
Then there is the misbehaving firewall/proxy server
problem, which is outside of both our hands and yours, generally
requiring the intervention of your ISP's technicians or your system
administrators to correct the problem.
If reloading or refreshing doesn't update the homepage and
you think it should, then see the following section "The Stuck Browser Cache
Fix" for ways to fix that problem.
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