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Windows 7: Problem loading some webpages - Totally fine in SafeMode

13 Dec 2017   #11
looked

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Megahertz07 View Post
@looked, I think you didn't read my post.
You should never name a user's name firstly because it's already there in the quote and secondly because that could be considered unfriendly, I'm surprised you don't know that.
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- What I said is relevant as OP doesn't have an AV.
I think there is some misunderstanding here because I feel like the OP is not clear about it and since he is running Windows 7 and he mentioned the firewall so I reached the conclusion that he should have Security Essential, but we need confirmation.
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- I said that OP should have a AV as Malwarebytes isn't one.
Nope and your statement is misleading on purpose because you said that the free Malwarebytes only scans on demand, you didn't mention anything that Malwarebytes isn't an antivirus, you should check your replay.
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Never said that Malwarebytes isn't good
You didn't say but you implied it by giving a negative opinion about and finally by suggesting another anti spyware.
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I said I don't like it, as I don't like any memory resident program.
haha I'm having good fun here. We are talking about anti virus and anti spyware programs so they never reside in the memory? And what is the purpose of the RAM in a computer if not to allow the operative system and any program to reside in the memory? Do you know anything about computers?


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13 Dec 2017   #12
torchwood

W7 home premium 32bit/W7HP 64bit/w10 tp insider ring
 
 

Hi

What i find odd is that BBC works fine, as its highly graphics intensive, and the others dont
(is it your homepage if so might explain the problem)
You could try
Right click anywhere on your desktop
Personalise >> Display >> Change display settings >> Advanced settings >> Troubleshoot


Would also be helpfull if we knew what programs are scheduled to run at start-up
Control Panel >> Administration Tools >> System Config >> Services tab .. tick hide MS .. screenshot it
and if your running behind a proxy


wouldn't hurt to run ESET on line,
https://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&rc...ztqIRfuw1VePWy

please install an AV.



Roy
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14 Dec 2017   #13
mergleb

Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
 
 

Hi everyone - thanks for the help so far.

I installed and ran CCleaner and did some cleaning up. Havent touched the registry yet.

After this the frist time I brought up the Daily Mail page (which is a good barometer of the problems I am having) it loaded really quickly, virtually normally. BUT when I clicked on any story it took ages to load the next stage with really lengthy delays before the photos would come up - sometimes after 10 minutes or more parts of the page were still not loaded - sidebar stories and photos etc.

What should I try next - going into registry or look at startup?
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14 Dec 2017   #14
looked

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by mergleb View Post
What should I try next - going into registry or look at startup?
Go into each browsers you use and delete all history, check "everything" minus saved passwords, after that scan the registry with CCleaner, you could make a screenshot and show us the content of the scan.
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14 Dec 2017   #15
mergleb

Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by looked View Post
Go into each browsers you use and delete all history, check "everything" minus saved passwords, after that scan the registry with CCleaner, you could make a screenshot and show us the content of the scan.
OK I have deleted all history from all 3 browsers.

Also done a scan of registry with CCleaner. Loads of items found - hundreds.
Vast majority are ActiveX/com but here are a couple of screenshots to give a flavour...




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14 Dec 2017   #16
looked

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by mergleb View Post
OK I have deleted all history from all 3 browsers.

Also done a scan of registry with CCleaner. Loads of items found - hundreds.
Vast majority are ActiveX/com but here are a couple of screenshots to give a flavour...
It was better to empty the User and Windows temporary folders before doing the scan.
You didn't take the shot of the last part of the scan.
These ActiveX/com are not an issue so you leave them but if you want to play around, read this thread Ccleaner and ActiveX Issue
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14 Dec 2017   #17
mergleb

Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by looked View Post
It was better to empty the User and Windows temporary folders before doing the scan.
You didn't take the shot of the last part of the scan.
These ActiveX/com are not an issue so you leave them but if you want to play around, read this thread Ccleaner and ActiveX Issue
How do I empty the User and Windows temp folders? I thought I had done so last night when I ran the clean up.

There are about 50 pages of stuff in the reg scan coming up. Here is the last one.

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14 Dec 2017   #18
looked

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by mergleb View Post
There are about 50 pages of stuff in the reg scan coming up. Here is the last one.
I don't see anything suspicious in these results that could cause the browsing problems.
In my previous replay I suggested you to do a scan with MalwareBytes since you already have it but first update its virus database.
Then download Malwarebytes AdwCleaner and do a scan, read the instructions.
And we still don't know if you've an antivirus or not.
Another task you could try is to reset Internet explorer: Control Panel/Internet Options/Advanced tab/Reset button, but leave this task as the last resort because it'll reset not only the browser but the settings of windows Explorer.
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14 Dec 2017   #19
Megahertz07

Windows 7 HP 64
 
 

Don't think that the OP problem has anything to do related to temp files and cache on the browsers.
It's always a good idea to clean the trash but OP said that everything works fine in safe mode. Also, OP reported the problem in all browsers.
As safe mode is the cleanest and most basic boot mode, the problem must be related to something is loaded (or should be loaded and it isn't) on normal boot. If it works fine in all browsers in safe mode, the problem isn't related to the browsers.

I can see that CCleaner reported a lot of issues related to AMD - ATI (graphics card). I would reinstall the AMD Radeon HD 7800 drivers and software.

Let start doing a check disk. Right click on the C: drive - Properties - Tools tab - Error checking - Check now - Auto fix - start
It will say that the drive is in use and if you want to schedule on next boot = Yes. Reboot

Run a system file check. Open a CMD window and type:
sfc /scannow

Open Device manager. Is there any yellow alerts of missing drivers?
Report the results on check disk and system file check.
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14 Dec 2017   #20
Layback Bear

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

I don' t believe their is only one problem. At this time I wound not clean the registry.
Using Ccleaner 'set at default' and after running the basic clean. Reboot.
Then using Ccleaner. Take a look here to see what is going on.

Problem loading some webpages - Totally fine in SafeMode-startup-ccleaner.png

It would also be handy to see this.

Problem loading some webpages - Totally fine in SafeMode-ccleaner-programs.png




This tutorial by Brink could be very helpful.

Troubleshoot Application Conflicts by Performing a Clean Startup - Windows 7 Help Forums

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