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    Default having issues with internet explorer

    I keep getting this message on 99% of the pages I browse. its does not come up on the whole page, just several parts. heres the message

    "The page you are looking for is currently unavailable. The Web site might be experiencing technical difficulties, or you may need to adjust your browser settings."

    Most of the page is viewable, just not several parts

    also I have to double click when I hit the back arrow to the previous page. When I click once nothing happens. Thanks

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    Hi - Have you installed IE7? If so, uninstall it through Add/Remove Programs. You will automatically revert to IE6. See if doing this helps. Regards
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    no I did not install ie7 - should I?

    what other recommendations do you have

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    No, hold off installing IE7 for a couple of months ... there are still bugs in it. Have you cleaned out your temp files etc? Tools >Internet Options> Delete cookies - delete files & delete history. Keep us posted.

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    Which version of Internet Explorer do you have and what kind of operating system? Are the sites you're trying to access regular sites or those that have animation or flash on it?
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    On installing IE 7, that is up to you. Many people have problems with it.

    Going to make an educated guess here, sounds like you have a host files blocking advertisements.

    Send us a URL to one of the places you visit that you get these errors.

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    http://espn.go.com/

    heres a url , and you are right, it is blocking advertisements