I'm currently tearing my hair out with an intermittent problem I just can't fathom. Now and again I need to access a website which just refuses to download at all, hangs, or partially downloads. Currently, my problem site is click here but there are occasionally others. I use Firefox but have also tried it with IE7. I also have a Belkin wireless router and use Windows XP I've cleared the cache and anything else that could be changed. What the hell am I missing???
It loaded fine here - also using Firefox. Gremlins somewhere in your PC 'cos the site works fine. I have just opened it three times with no problem at all. Maybe a glitch in your Registry, have you tried running Ccleaner click here or similar?
This is getting even more bizarre. I use Ashampoo Winoptimizer but was happy to intall CCleaner and do a full clean and ...... hey presto, the site downloaded rapid. But then, no links within the site would work! I closed Firefox and tried to return to the site homepage but with no luck. So, thinking it may be a cookie which CCl is deleting I made the site an exception for cookies. This gets me into the home page plus sometimes one link beyond but no more!!!?? So, to sum up so far, using CCl gets me to the homepage plus maybe one/two links before it dies again on me. No other problems with any other sites.
skidzy, I followed this but ...... its downloaded ok and in programme files but not showing as an add on or extension in Firefox. Also, when I right click the link there is no option to "open in IE tab" But, will this solution help as I'm having trouble with that page/site in IE as well as Firefox?
Ditch999 I'm set to automatic re DNS Buteman, my connection to that site is very strange. I clicked on your link which opened fine (in Firefox), then when I clicked on the site's home page from there it just hung. Next I closed Firefox and tried to enter again via your link but it wouldn't open.I closed again, cleared the cache/cookies and your link worked again but still no homepage from there. Are these clues helping or merely adding more confusion to the fire?