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a problem with this page caused internet explorer to close the page and recover the tab


Kevscar1

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Any one else getting this, only been happening with this site forums never anywhere else, been going on about 2 weeks now

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robgf

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I use Opera normally, but on recent occasions when I have tried to use IE, I could not access the forums, I just get the reader poll advert and a blank page. The rest of the site displays ok.

I have just checked and it is still doing it. Using IE 8 and XP.

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rdave13

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Had this problem on IE9-64bit a while ago but updating flash player to version 11 cured it for me. The 32-bit version worked OK.

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bremner

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Kevscar

Had the same issue with Safari on both iPad and iMac

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sunnystaines

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i use ie on w7 32bit and xp not getting this fault. cold it be related to an add-on you use for ie

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wiz-king

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I get it occasionally - only on this site - Win7 64bit + IE9.

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Kevscar1

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Vista 64bit. Wonder if it only happens on 64bit systems.

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