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When trying to open up, or download a web site from an e-mail \Can only resolve the lock up by using the Task Master to end Program, tehn restart the e-mail program - by lock up I mean that the m;ouse does not do any good in trying to change the issue

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Hello ledihite!!


Try changing the browser!! may be the browser problem!! And also download ccleaner
from the linked website and clean your comp regularly!!! And please try to rate the premium problem u posted before ... you have to rate the best solution or else it will be credited the expert who has given first!!!


Regards
Smilemaker

Posted on Jun 19, 2008

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HI,

Did you try opening the website in a different browser and see if you face the same problem.Let me know the result.

Goodluck..

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