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My internet keephaving errors to where it closes when i submit some information on some websites when i its time for me to sign something electronically

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  • treydogg Jul 08, 2008

    its doing that when i have to submit my electronic signature while im applying for aa loan or when im applying for something and get to the last page. before that my bock pop up window pop s up a couple time and then my internet closes out with an arror report.

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Please provide more info. such as does this happen to websites that are http or https. Also what are these errors (error code or error info) Also what is the site that is having this problem. Please provide as much info as possible. I know it may seem like you need to write a lot but it will help solve your problem.

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  • Agent5905
    Agent5905 Jul 10, 2008

    What OS are you running and what internet browser. Also if your using IE try using an alternative such as firefox. Also try turning off your pop-up blocker.

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