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Windows 7: https looping error on one site and its growing to others

28 Apr 2012   #1
winky51

Windows 7 64 bit pro
 
 
https looping error on one site and its growing to others

I watch videos from this site
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Their login is https. Ive been in IT for 15 years and even this has stumped me.

When I go to login in IE9 starts looping from the login page to the https page and back to the original page and never ends. I load firefox, same issue. I load Crome, it worked for 1 day then same issue. It used to login in fine last week. It logs in fine on my 2 other PCs and my Kindlefire.

I have checked for viruses with Avast and A-Malware Bytes in safe mode - nothing. These 2 pick up 98% of stuff. Personally I dont think its a virus

in IE9 - Deleted browsing history, cookies, temp internet files, everything under the Geneeral/Browsing History section. Did a disk cleanup, put the site inthe trusted zone, turned off popup blocker just in case, Cleared SSL state, Reset IE9. Zippo

I have not done a check disk. Which I will try next. And now its affecting another site in which I download secure information.

I am not a super expert on SSL and https. Any thoughts appreciated.


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28 Apr 2012   #2
winky51

Windows 7 64 bit pro
 
 

With iexplore.exe -extoff it works fine

I disabled ALL addons and reloaded IE normally it didnt work.

So now I am at a dead end.

Any hidden functions that seems to affect all browsers that I dont know of?

Restore point was corrupted BTW.

Found a restore point from 3 weeks ago... no deal, same problem
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