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Is it the provider itself and not the equipment? Reply With Quote 10-13-2013,08:56 AM #12 Reziac View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Visit Homepage Resident Alien Join Date Dec 2010 Location Brendansport, Sagitta IV Posts 7,450 Originally Posted by Do this for whatever websites you can't browse to, take the IP address it gives you and enter that into the address bar of your browser. Two other example sites that do not load at all: www.irs.gov www.buzzfeed.com/daves4/the-world-isnt-such-a-bad-place Firefox reports that they failed to load, Chrome reports that there was no data received. weblink
Come friend me! "An entertaining (and occasionally very dark) mystery." -- Locus "[Shapeshifter] fans are about to hit the jackpot as Clamp returns to re-energize this amazing series. Reply With Quote 10-12-2013,11:32 PM #2 MostlyBecca View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Squeee Join Date Sep 2011 Location Ohio Posts 95 Sounds like you might have a DNS problem. FF shows a problem loading page with a blank page, Chrome shows a sour face with a No data received message. 01-09-2014, 01:34 PM #8 joeten Microsoft-Team Manager Hardware Oct 16, 2014 #10 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Similar Topics IE 6 very slow loading pages and won't load secure pages Mar https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/473556/web-pages-partially-loading/
I've resisted the temptation to burn the innards of a toad because it's so hard to get them going, you know; but I might have to resort to that next. Main Sections Technology News Reviews Features Product Finder Downloads Drivers Community TechSpot Forums Today's Posts Ask a Question News & Comments Useful Resources Best of the Best Must Reads Trending Now I'll try that, Cathy: thank you for the suggestion. Oct 16, 2014 #8 jobeard TS Ambassador Posts: 9,773 +693 Cobalt006 said: ↑ How old is the router?
It's happening on both Firefox and Internet Explorer (the only two browsers I have on this laptop). As our other laptops are doing mostly ok here (it's still foggy, so the connection at home is a bit slow but it's still working) I assume this means the fault But if I keep clicking "try again", it doesn't want to even try to load the page. ---------- Post added 2012-09-09 at 09:50 PM ---------- Something to add, everything seems to Thank you for your time.
From what I gather, there is no solution to this other than replacement of the board. Google's are 22.214.171.124 and 126.96.36.199 -- I use Google's DNS because it's considerably faster, and doesn't do an advertising redirect if a site doesn't exist. My Website Follow me: Twitter Now on Facebook! Got 58mb/s download speed and 12mb/s upload speed on speedtest.
I brought in my laptop and connected wirelessly and the laptop works fine. Multiple things could cause this such as flaky internet, weak wifi signal or tower switching on 3G/4G.367 ViewsRelated QuestionsMore Answers BelowWhy does Chrome display "Unable to connect to the Internet" sometimes I was reading about another person who had a similar problem. Try ticking the box "override automatic cache management" and set it to 0mb.
Forum FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links View Site Leaders Advanced Search Forum Welcome to the Water Cooler Tech Help Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) Some web pages won't http://productforums.google.com/d/topic/chrome/IGztoqGzL-E Ask a question and give support. The way you're getting half pages makes me wonder. I gotta go for now, will check back later.
Note: If a security program requests permission to access the Internet, allow it to do so. http://controlpanelsource.com/web-pages/web-pages-loading-very-slowly-gmer-found-rootkit-modification.html Or maybe your parents put a block on sites that are inappropriate for you to see! Reply With Quote 10-13-2013,03:16 AM #10 Medievalist View Profile View Forum Posts Cultus Gopherus MacAllister Join Date Feb 2005 Location An meodoheall monig dreama full Posts 25,527 Originally Posted by cornflake While searching for remedies, I found yahoo answers that appeared like there might be useful information but could not get them to load either.
Also: What happens with Amazon UK pages? The time now is 01:35 AM. It's been a bit foggy here lately, which can affect it; and when there's bad weather at the base station (which is either in Germany or Italy, I forget which one check over here That makes sense, even to me.
Is that significant? jobeard said: ↑ It is entirely possible to partially load a webpage and not complete. The site works fine, but it's odd...
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Over the past 2 months I've been having problems with BSOD's. Everyone in tech support knows it's supposed to be a black chicken taped to your monitor. Not that I can remember. Pages open, but don't load.
Subsequent comments lead to fingering the router - - update the firmware or replace it. Site Changelog Community Forum Software by IP.Board Sign In Use Facebook Use Twitter Need an account? The Curse network logo down the page sits on a white background as well as all the writing next to it (which isn't helpful as said writing is white). this content Also: What happens with Amazon UK pages?
The pages load for the most part, but every 10 pages or so won't load completely or won't load at all. Need an account? If you would, go back through run and to the command prompt again and this time type "ipconfig /flushdns" and press enter. Cathy Clamp USA Today bestselling author ILLICIT, coming 7/16!
How do these come in to play if the sites don't appear to be downloading any data at all? Once you see a message that it was successfully flushed, close out the prompt, restart your computer, and check the sites again. Searching for layered plotlines and complex characters? Reply With Quote 10-13-2013,02:37 AM #7 cornflake View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message practical experience, FTW Join Date Jul 2012 Posts 12,168 Did you check to make sure your settings
Facebook, eBay, and a couple of other sites are affected, but AW isn't, and nor is my webmail service, and most other stuff. I'm surprised that isn't common practice already.