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Please Help!!!!!!

Hello,
I have had a problem for about a month now and i can't seem to fix it...
i have a problem where my captcha's, images, websites won't load properally(not all websites) i have tried to use ccleaner download an anti virus program tried a diffrent browser and i can't seem to fix it I have searched online for possible fixes and can't seems to fix it!!!!
Please help me!!!!!!!!
Thank you!

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turn off your adblocker software

then see if the same thing happens. If not, you know what you need to adjust.

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nope

Still no

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what browser?

In Firefox, you can go into the Help section, then Troubleshooting area, and clk on Refresh Firefox and it will put it back to original settings without changing important things like bookmarks, logins, etc. Before using Refresh, try the option there to disable all Add-Ons.

In Chrome, go to Help, then Change Chrome Settings, then the option, Reset Chrome Settings To Default.

Post was last edited on October 31, 2018 1:38 PM PDT

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Re: don't load

If you happen to be in China, the government may have blocked them.
Or maybe they are geographically blocked by the owner.

I'd start with trying your tablet, smart phone or another PC/laptop, all via your own modem and ISP. If those work, you know it's your PC. If you can't find what blocks them, first try another Windows account, to see if it's anything that runs in your current account. If no luck, try in Safe Mode with networking.
If still no luck, refresh or reset Windows. If this no luck, do a clean install of Windows.

Somewhere in this traject, it will work.

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You could reinstall FF

You could reinstall Firefox and see if this makes a difference. Firefox does automatic updates and errors can arise. If Firefox does not get fixed by updating it, try resetting it to default settings. At the last resort, a complete uninstall and reinstall may be required. The bookmarks should be exported to a file for recovery purposes. Usually, fresh installs of browsers work properly. Corrupted browser components can lead to the type of website loading problem you described. It should be noted that DNS issues can be the cause, too. Refreshing the DNS cache on the specific OS from the command line can be done to address this issue. You need to have an alternate browser on your computer before any fresh reinstall of Firefox is attempted. This way, you have a backup browser.

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a

I tried on chrome and edge too it didn't work it's not just firefox

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so, sounds system wide

That points to filtering in the OS, or filtering/settings in the router.

Just to check it's not your ISP's DNS, you could change that in the router to Googles at 8.8.8.8

You could also disable IPv6 and just use the IPv4 to see if that's causing the problem.

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