Internet pages not loading

so, basically my internet pages are not loading properly. when it goes to a site, I cant scroll down, or view things unless i open another page and flick between the two while one loads.
how do i fix this. it never used to do it and I'm getting sick of it, especially when I don't need two pages up Happy

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Re: internet pages not loading

Something seems wrong with your current browser.

So first try another one. Choose from Internet Explorer (free with Windows), Firefox (free from Mozilla) and Chrome (free from Google).
Once you can work normally (in one of the others) come back here and tell which browser has this issue.


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internet pages

thanks Happy
I switched to Firefox now. its currently working fine Happy
i was using Google chrome, and it only started playing up about a week ago. thanks for your help Happy

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Junk or corruption

Have you ever cleaned it out. They do get loaded with spent material (cookies, history, that sort of thing) after a time and do need cleaning. Check your setting goto the wrench>settings>history>click the remove all button then restart the browser. If that fails remove chrome browser then reinstall it; the software maybe corrupted.

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