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Old April 6th 12, 08:59 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.basics
Emimec[_2_]
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I wonder if anyone can help with a web page the wife is trying to access on
the home pc, but it wont display.
It will work if we access the page using our mobile phones, using the 3G or
whatever it called, internet facility?
I have tried turning of zonealarm, and the anti virus, but no joy
The page is
http://www.agra-mant.ru

Its safe, not a spam or anything, its something to do with christening
clothes.

We are running XP Pro, all updates and service packs.
Thanks
Bob UK


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Old April 6th 12, 09:16 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.basics
~BD~[_6_]
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Emimec wrote:
I wonder if anyone can help with a web page the wife is trying to access on
the home pc, but it wont display.
It will work if we access the page using our mobile phones, using the 3G or
whatever it called, internet facility?
I have tried turning of zonealarm, and the anti virus, but no joy
The page is
http://www.agra-mant.ru

Its safe, not a spam or anything, its something to do with christening
clothes.

We are running XP Pro, all updates and service packs.
Thanks
Bob UK


Works OK for me, Bob!

Why would you turn OFF your AV before visiting a Russian web site?

Try using a different browser. I suggest Google Chrome

https://www.google.com/chrome?hl=en-gb

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Old April 6th 12, 10:29 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.basics
Emimec[_2_]
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Default problem with web page


"~BD~" wrote in message
...
Emimec wrote:
I wonder if anyone can help with a web page the wife is trying to access
on
the home pc, but it wont display.
It will work if we access the page using our mobile phones, using the 3G
or
whatever it called, internet facility?
I have tried turning of zonealarm, and the anti virus, but no joy
The page is
http://www.agra-mant.ru

Its safe, not a spam or anything, its something to do with christening
clothes.

We are running XP Pro, all updates and service packs.
Thanks
Bob UK


Works OK for me, Bob!

Why would you turn OFF your AV before visiting a Russian web site?

Try using a different browser. I suggest Google Chrome

https://www.google.com/chrome?hl=en-gb

--
Dave - in Devon


Thanks.
Strange, the page comes up, but when I click on any of the links, nothing,
wont go anywhere.
I know what you mean about Russian sites, but the enemy is from there, so
her browsing is innocent.
I use IE, don't really want to change, any clues as to why I have a problem
welcome.
Bob


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Old April 7th 12, 12:10 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.basics
Jeremy Nicoll - news posts[_2_]
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Default problem with web page

"Emimec" wrote:

I wonder if anyone can help with a web page the wife is trying to access on


the home pc, but it wont display.


I'm in Scotland. Using IE8 I only see part of the page. Using Firefox V11
I see all of it - with eg pictures of clothes. I've not tried clicking any
links.


I have tried turning of zonealarm, and the anti virus, but no joy


That's a seriously bad idea.



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Old April 7th 12, 12:15 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.basics
~BD~[_6_]
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Default problem with web page

Emimec wrote:
wrote in message
...
Emimec wrote:
I wonder if anyone can help with a web page the wife is trying to access
on
the home pc, but it wont display.
It will work if we access the page using our mobile phones, using the 3G
or
whatever it called, internet facility?
I have tried turning of zonealarm, and the anti virus, but no joy
The page is
http://www.agra-mant.ru

Its safe, not a spam or anything, its something to do with christening
clothes.

We are running XP Pro, all updates and service packs.
Thanks
Bob UK


Works OK for me, Bob!

Why would you turn OFF your AV before visiting a Russian web site?

Try using a different browser. I suggest Google Chrome

https://www.google.com/chrome?hl=en-gb

--
Dave - in Devon


Thanks.
Strange, the page comes up, but when I click on any of the links, nothing,
wont go anywhere.
I know what you mean about Russian sites, but the enemy is from there, so
her browsing is innocent.
I use IE, don't really want to change, any clues as to why I have a problem
welcome.
Bob


All the links I've tried worked for me!

You can have more than one browser on your computer - you don't have to
change permanently! Best to eliminate a browser problem before digging
deeper, IMO.

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for what you definitely are not." "Do unto others as you would have them
do unto you."
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Old April 9th 12, 11:23 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.basics
~BD~[_6_]
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Default problem with web page

Jeremy Nicoll - news posts wrote:
wrote:

I wonder if anyone can help with a web page the wife is trying to access on


the home pc, but it wont display.


I'm in Scotland. Using IE8 I only see part of the page. Using Firefox V11
I see all of it - with eg pictures of clothes. I've not tried clicking any
links.


I have tried turning of zonealarm, and the anti virus, but no joy


That's a seriously bad idea.


I agree!

Perhaps the OP should read here?!!

http://askbobrankin.com/has_your_bro...JU3hSPaAg8P6SL

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Dave - "It is much better to be hated for what you are, than to be loved
for what you definitely are not." "Do unto others as you would have them
do unto you."
 




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