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Web page error recovery

Every so often, but more then usual, when I click on a web page, it stops loading and gives me an error message stating, that there was an error in loading web page and that it will recover and load again! What is causing this to happen? It just started doing this, this past week! My computer specs. are: Windows XP Home Ed. I.E.8, 2 Gbs. of RAM, 250 Gb. HDD.

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Cleaned Things Up Lately?

Tried clearing out all the Temporary Internet Files and Cookies? And the C:\Documents and Settings\Yourusername\Temp folder?

Run Error Checking/Chkdsk lately? It seems to help with minor file issues are to blame.

How To Run 'Error Checking/Chkdsk' On Win2000/XP

If you haven't also download and run a full system scan with BOTH of the free malaware removal tools below:

Malwarebytes Antimalware

SUPERAntispyware Removal Tool

And does the same thing happen if you use a different browser such as the free Firefox browser from the link below? Give it a try and see if the problem is Internet Explorer based.

http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/

Hope this helps.

Grif

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Although I have NEVER seen that exact message ...

loading problems are often associated closely with the phone lines/router/DSL/Cable/modem/wireless signal/locations etc.

Hard to guess which it might be if it isn't malware as you didn't tell us much about how you access the Internet other than OS and browser BOTH of which depend so much on other things.

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