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I use Yahoo as my home page and I've personalized it so I sign in every day. I have a new Dell Vostro 1700 laptop with Windows XP. In the morning at my office I can connect and open Yahoo to my personal page with no problem. I also stream music from my personalized Yahoo Launch-Cast. Trouble is after a couple hours, consistently, I can no longer navigate the web from my Yahoo home page. If I click on a news link--it just looks like I'm on the slowest dial-up connection. It eventually times out with "the page cannot be displayed." This only happens from my personalized Yahoo home page. I can open up new web pages, for example, if I select something from my favorites, I get switched over no problem.
I can get to the yahoo home page but when i go to click onto the sign in section it won't let even onto the page. It automatically goes to internet error page but no solutions have come up and i can't even sign into my yahoo!messenger either. can you please help me out!
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
please check if your laptops resources are going to a crunch.
maybe using to much of yahoos slows down your laptop becuase it is eating too much memory.
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