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Windows 7: IE9 Message from webpage:"Please wait for the page to load..."

09 Apr 2011   #1
greenjaguar

Windows 7
 
 
IE9 Message from webpage:"Please wait for the page to load..."

Hi there,

just installed IE9 and the first thing I noticed when I acess some websites is a box in the middle of the page saying " Message from webpage:"Please wait for the page to load..." it is really annoying and pops up several times if I close it or press ok

anyone knows how to disable this?


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23 Sep 2011   #2
petulka77

Windows 7 64
 
 

Just get a real browser. FireFox or Chrome. It's so easy!

I used to be hardcore IE user, but since IE9 came up I had to switch.
I am never comming back to IE anymore!!! (it's slow and just a poor browser)
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23 Sep 2011   #3
chrisf8657

Win7 64-bit Ultimate
 
 

First off, petulka77, you registered and posted 1 time to tell him to get a better browser? What a waste of your time.

greenjaguar,

This can occur on some sites that use old coding that isn't compatible with IE9.
Try this:

On the sites this is occuring on, click the little icon in the address bar that looks like a torn sheet of paper - when you hover over it, it should say "Compatibility mode". It should reload, and the error may stop.

Let me know.
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