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Unable To Open Links


RussB78

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Hello All,

I can`t open any of the links in any of these forums, has anyone any suggestions why this is, and ideas about what I can do to put this right.

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lotvic

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What is 'obvious to you' is not always obvious to others trying to help. Links in a thread are not the only links on a webpage.

Also rebooting pc is the first thing to do when programs get in a tangle, it clears the Volatile memory.

Once that is done if problem persists it is time to look at different settings of the program.

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Woolwell

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The other thing to consider is emptying your browser cache.

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buteman

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[I just love that "Obvious one, have you tried rebooting to see if that works]

Well maybe if you had let us know it started 3 days ago and not today it would have saved me from posting.

The old click here's I could not get to work and was told to reboot to see if it helped and it did.

Sometimes it is the easiest things that sort things out,but like you said not after 3 days.

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RussB78

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Many thanks to you all , the problem is now fixed, there was a problem with IE9 which is now working fine after a reinstall.

Regards to you all

Russell

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