PCA site... any reason it suddenly causes

  mooly 19:06 18 Sep 2009

IE8 to stop responding. Happened only today from this morning and done it around a dozen times. Never had it happen before, and it hasn't happened on any other sites today... just PCA

  Sea Urchin 19:12 18 Sep 2009

Read down to the end of this thread

click here

  mooly 19:26 18 Sep 2009

I'll have a read, taken 3 or 4 goes to get your link to open... have to keep using task manager to stop IE and re enter site again.

  mooly 19:33 18 Sep 2009

OK this is making more sense.
This has coincided with Yahoo problems (new version today) you've probably seen my thread.

Two issues then... I'll leave the PCA one and see what the outcome is... at least I'm not going mad.
Both are causing high CPU usage too... arghhhh
Don't answer that one :)

  Sea Urchin 19:36 18 Sep 2009

I'm using IE7 but the same sort of problems.

  mooly 19:47 18 Sep 2009

It's definitely "one of them days" today.
Tried to contact BT support over the other thing but that page sent the CPU to 100%.
Why do they have to keep adding stuff most folk don't want anyway.
Tick this one as resolved methinks and I'll follow the other thread closely :)

  sunnystaines 11:18 19 Sep 2009

been getting this a lot recently but was putting it down to a mobile dongle i'm using. [still waiting bb from new ISP]

  Jak_1 20:31 19 Sep 2009

It has started happening to me too but can open some threads ok but others just freeze ie7, again it is only with the pca site.

  Jak_1 20:51 19 Sep 2009

Have noticed that if I use a proxy, then the threads that froze ie7 when opened are fine and no freezing.

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