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Windows 7: Constant browser refresh to show content

29 Oct 2013   #11

Windows 7 Professional 64bit

I had horrible issues with ie10 first of this year so i went back to ie9. Thats what puzzles me because i dont have a bunch of extentions, for FF i have one ext for BF3 Better battlelog, and for IE i have the google bar with no extras. Thats it, which is why this is so wierd. Ok thanks so much... i will try to totally remove them and go from there.

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29 Oct 2013   #12
Layback Bear

Windows 10 Pro. 64/ version 1709 Windows 7 Pro/64

I use Bing with I.E. 10., and I don't know what BF3 Better battlelog is.
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30 Oct 2013   #13

Windows 7 Professional 64bit

Sorry Layback,

I just mentioned BBL because it was there. It is for playing Battlefield 3 and keeps your game stats. I have to relax sometime and play lol..

Regarding the issue, I did finally just remove IE FF and Chrome completely, I had to remove both version of IE the 32 and the 64 bit versions. I went back to version 8 but did not run it. Cleaned everything up nice and tidy then ran windows update and went right to IE10, I took the chance it was better now because it showed it was recently updated this month OCT... then I installed FF again, (no chrome yet but I will), and I put google bar back on IE..

I must say that IE10 does seem so much better, it was a dog earlier this year and I had a horrible experience, but it does seem to have settled down and issues corrected. It might also be better because I got rid of all that stuff too.

But anyway the issue I was having seems to have gone away, at least for now... so I am happy...

Thanks everyone for your help :) nice job
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