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Windows 7: on some sites, incomplete page loading - both IE and and Chrome


04 Nov 2012   #11

 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by essenbe View Post
I don't know if this has anything to do with it, but at least 2 of the sites use XHTML, all 3 use Javascript and all 3 use some kind of google site verification. Perhaps someone more knowledgeable than me, can determine if that has anything to do with the problem, and how to fix it if it does.
Yes, but I had NO problems the 2 months I was in a local hotel (visiting these same websites daily). As soon as I used TW cable at the rented townhome, problems immediately.

But I have certainly downloaded some microsoft security fixes in the past month or so.


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14 Nov 2012   #12

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 
Firefox; incomplete loading of websites, and false links

Hello,

Since I could not find the solution to my problem here or elsewhere, but did manage to solve it otherwise, I hereby take some time to share with you my actions taken.

Via Windows Firewall with Advanced Security(Control Panel); selected Inbound Rules; selected Mozilla Firefox, then Properties, then tab Advanced, and selected Domain. Private was already selected. I did these actions for both names: Mozilla Firefox

I also executed:
Control Panel\System and Security\Windows Firewall\Allowed Programs
I then selected Allow another program and added Mozilla Firefox.

This only seemed to have fixed my issue with using my Yahoo e-mail account, but Youtube would still not play any video's and I also suspected a much slower upload of certain images on webpages.

What I did next: Control Panel\System and Security\Windows Firewall\Allowed Programs I then selected Public (Home/Work (Private) was already selected) to Mozilla Firefox. This seemed to have fixed Youtube, but I still have some doubts. If I find anything else to improve or completely restore this issue I hope to let you know.

UPDATE!

I was, again, to quick to conclude that I had resolved my issues. After I found out that I also had these issues with Internet Explorer, and got really annoyed and frustrated with doing further research, I made the decision to do a Windows Reset. I did so, after carefully creating a backup of course, and now I have not experienced any issues for several hours already.

I did come to realize afterwards that I did not just appeared to have issues with websites, but also other graphical issues on Windows; like the gadgets, they appeared suffering from a defect also (I just did not realize it at that time).

Conclusion:
A reset on Windows did manage to clean things up.

All the best,
Richard
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15 Nov 2012   #13

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Windows 7 Home Premium x64 SP1
 
 

Welcome to Seven Forums Richard Fleur. Thanks for the added info. A Guy
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07 Feb 2013   #14

 
 

I upgraded to IE version 9 and no difference in my problems. It seems semi-javascript-related stuff that's wacky. I would think the javascript code is within the IE code itself so you'd think this v9 upgrade would have fixed it. I do believe I tried the Windows Reset for IE itself before but with no changes. Are you alluding to Windows Reset as in for IE??
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08 Feb 2013   #15

W7 Pro SP1 64bit
 
 

What version of Windows do you have? Home Premium? Professional? If you have Pro or above, you can install the XP Mode and it will almost like testing on another computer.

...or go ask a neighbor with TW to test those websites for you

...then we will know if it is related to TW or something in your place :-)
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10 Feb 2013   #16

 
 

I have Windows 7 pro. I think it has something to do with my specific connection somehow. I also don't know any of my neighbors such that I could try their wireless connection.

I will considering downloading XP for Windows 7.

I found something interesting. If in amazon.com, if I do a search of music, sometimes none (or little) of the album art jpegs show in the results list. I can click refresh until the cows come home and it won't load any more album art.

I close the browser, reopen, go right to amazon.com, issue the search and now ALL the album art shows. It's like something internally gets "polluted" and from then on, the browser won't work correctly. Weird. Again, this is a fresh download/install of IE version 9. Same problems as 8 regarding what won't display, etc.

Running IE withOUT add-ons results in no difference. Functionality/display/javascript-ish stuff still missing from the same webpages.

To reiterate: Google Chrome is better than IE in this regard, but it still won't bring up some websites that I can ping.
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10 Feb 2013   #17

W7 Pro SP1 64bit
 
 

I was not suggesting that you ask to connect to their Wi-Fi - only that you ask them if they can visit the cycling website using their computer. But they might not want to risk visiting a website unknown to them.

Did TW issue you this router? If so, then other TW users in your area might have the same router. If one other person had the same ISP, router and problem getting to the cycling website - then we could know to stop working on your computer and start working on the router - like asking TW to replace it.
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10 Feb 2013   #18

 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by UsernameIssues View Post
I was not suggesting that you ask to connect to their Wi-Fi - only that you ask them if they can visit the cycling website using their computer. But they might not want to risk visiting a website unknown to them.

Did TW issue you this router? If so, then other TW users in your area might have the same router. If one other person had the same ISP, router and problem getting to the cycling website - then we could know to stop working on your computer and start working on the router - like asking TW to replace it.
Understood. TW issued the Netgear (used) router. I either would buy my own router OR switch to ATT and hope that it really was TW being the problem. I'm 100% sure my PC was 100% good in the hotel room (wireless, for 2 months) and noticed the TW issue almost immediately.

I have a friend in North Raleigh who I could try when I'm over there this Saturday. Thanks for the good idea. She's on TW wireless.
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12 Feb 2013   #19

 
 

Chrome and IE both are missing the "edit" icon on a forum (forums.bicycling.com) I visit regularly. This icon would allow me to edit my own posts on that forum. Interestingly, at work where this works, the edit icon is the very last little "burst" of things to be rendered on a page. There's a little delay after rendering the rest of the page and then the edit icons show.

Chrome can display some websites correctly that IE won't (hotpads.com map for finding housing/rentals). IE will only display the map correctly the first time and from then on out, grey only.

Since we have a variance between the 2 and Chrome and IE v9 are fresh downloads, what can we conclude if anything?

Someone suggested uninstalling all found versions of Java (not javascript) and then reinstalling that. However, some of my symptoms do seem somewhat javascript-related (not Java).
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12 Feb 2013   #20

W7 Pro SP1 64bit
 
 

I would uninstall all versions of Java and see if you ever miss them. If you run across a website that requires Java, then you can decide if the site is worth the risk of having Java installed. If you never needed Java, then you were putting your computer at risk for absolutely no benefit. I need Java, so I have it. You might not need it.

The sites you are working with do use Javascript (as do a lot of websites); but I cannot make much sense out of the variances that you mentioned. Rendering a map only once is weird - that does not sound like certain parts of the site are blocked. After you test your computer at another home, we should know more.

Another option is the XP Mode. If IE8 works in there, then we know that it is not your ISP or your router.
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