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From: Kayla on 04/03/2003
i have windows xp home addition but now when i go to check my hotmail account on internet explorer it goes to a white blank page and stays there, it does this with other sites also.
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From: john on 04/24/2005
well i have the same thing as korosu and i need to kno how to check your security setting and if anyone has msn messenger add me eugen_lil_gangsta@hotmail.com and plz tell me i need help i have windows xp home edition to by the way
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From: megan on 02/09/2004
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I ALSO HAVE WINDOWS XP ON MY LAP TOP. i AM EXPERIENCING SIMILAR PROBLEMS, BUT NONE OF THE SUGGESTED IDEAS ABOVE HAVE WORKED. bEFORE LAST WEEK I COULD GO ONTO THE SITES I WANTED TO BUT I CAME HOMW AND MOVED MY LAP TOP AND EVER SINCE THEN I CANT GET INTO CERTAIN PROGRAMMES SUCH AS THECHARMEDONES.COM OR CERTAIN HOUSE PAGES (NOT THE WHOLE SITE - ONLY PAGES) ANY IDEAS? iT SAYS ITS SEARCHING BUT THEN IT COMES UP EITHER SAYING RESTRCTED (NO IDEA HOW IT WOULD BE) PAGE NOT AVALIABLE OR THE SAME AS PEOPLE HAVE SAID ABOVE.

IF ANYONE HAS ANY IDEAS CAN THEY EITHER POST IT OR EMAIL ME AT meganrandell@yahoo.co.uk CHEERS

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From: Korosu on 08/22/2003
my computer wont let me go on hotmail either...It has a 'Cannot find server' page and on certain websites a window pops up saying 'Your current security settings prohibit running activeX controls on this page. As a result, the page may not display correctly.' i also have windows XP home edition.
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From: Baldy on 04/06/2003
Also, a second thought:
Check your video acceleration settings: go to:
Display [Control Panel], select Settings Tab, Advanced Button, Perfomance Tab. Move slider to the left to "None". If your problems clear up, you can incrementally move the slider back to the right until similar problems appear, then back off one notch.
Sometimes that helps - poor old IE cant keep up with the video acceleration, and just gives up - kinda.
An associated symptom is "Mouse Droppings" left behind as your mouse cursor moves about - video accel. set too high, and screen doesn't get the time to update correctly.
▀aldy
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From: Baldy on 04/06/2003
Check your Internet Secutity settings. - Seems like you have them set a tad too Secure!
▀aldy.
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