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    Everytime I go to a website on Google or a bookmark I have to click refresh as it says website cannot be found.

    What can I do about it
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    Default Re: more IE7 faults

    Do you run ZA Pro.

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    Or Nortons? Both can stop their services, which also stops u from browsing.

    I don't think IE is the prob, its something on your system.

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    Try Mozilla Firefox 2.0. My parents recently got broadband from Xtra and were attempting to use IE7 which pretty much stuffed up their web browsing experience until they installed Firefox. After that it was all happy browsing. I have been using Firefox since V1.5 and would have to say that it was a vast improvement over IE.

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    Maybe they like IE 7, in which case your reply doesn't help.

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    I like IE7 too.

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    Default Re: more IE7 faults

    Hi Trev

    Yes I do have ZA pro.
    Everything was OK until I updated to IE7.

    Cheers Hilton

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    Quote Originally Posted by winmacguy View Post
    Try Mozilla Firefox 2.0. My parents recently got broadband from Xtra and were attempting to use IE7 which pretty much stuffed up their web browsing experience until they installed Firefox. After that it was all happy browsing. I have been using Firefox since V1.5 and would have to say that it was a vast improvement over IE.
    I've been using it since version 1.something.
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    ZA's proxy service has most probably stopped.

    When it stops so does your browsing till u restart it.

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    Something in the last update of ZA Pro of about a week ago is blocking some pages showing. I disable it when this happens and then IE7 works fine.

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