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Report Saturn- Sep 2, 2009 at 03:00 PM If you can't get on the internet, how did you install Windows Defender? To further empower Web developers with the programming tools necessary to build new JavaScript scenarios, IE8 offers a collection of features that extend some of JavaScript's advanced functionality into the Document Run XDR (it will fail). Scan before and after Uninstall to confirm old version is gone. Source

Still good to know IE will work if you ever need it. My wireless network will work, but IE and foxfire will not work. Haha, finally! It is good for IE web developers 🙂 Reply Charles Cai says: January 3, 2010 at 2:18 am How about websocket? http://ccm.net/forum/affich-71955-ie-8-cannot-access-any-internet-web-pages

So you will need to download/save for IE and for FF. Report IE sick- Jun 7, 2009 at 02:41 AM ie8 is suck i did removed it from my computer Report Neo- Jun 17, 2009 at 02:27 AM hi ive the same Firefox 3.0.12 works great on my old router no matter what DNS I use. I rebooted and the Comodo firewall fixed itself (it has had a green check mark ever since).

Was this reply relevant?+0-0 bjm__ RE: Internet Explorer 8 opens and then closes immediately--flash activeX requires IE8 1st Aug, 2009 22:33 Score: 64Posts: 374User Since: 9th Mar 2009System Score: 100%Location: USLast I choose the free edition. But, FireFox, Chrome, & IE8 do not work. katrin) I am facing a similar problem as the original poster, with a similar configuration (Mac, Parallels Desktop 5, WinXP Pro/SP3) except that I already have IE7 installed and I'm still

Does it actually open IE from FF. Report Mr Dude› anyJoeDoe - Feb 19, 2010 at 08:29 PM Thanks, that worked for me too, but not at first, as the proxy server setting would not stay unchecked., I If anyone knows anything, I would like to have the sp installed, as long as it does not require me to reboot 6x a day. http://newwikipost.org/topic/TGv0uMZ0FeR4XePaJ5QaDpTtEIgQ4YIP/No-Internet-Access-With-Firefox.html Further information can be found in the Troubleshoot Firefox issues caused by malware article.

Good Luck! CSS Selectors vs. I hate using Internet Explorer and have been using Firefox for years with not trouble until now. Doing the reset worked for me.

It got rid of the virus but when I launched IE8 afterword I could only access https sites and not http sites. For detailed instructions, see '''[https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/configure-firewalls-so-firefox-can-access-internet Configure firewalls so that Firefox can access the Internet.]''' {web link} FredMcD Top 10 Contributor 2633 solutions 35368 answers Posted 9/27/14, 8:27 AM Type about:preferences in Comment 24 Peter Zawojski 2009-08-15 17:17:01 PDT Created attachment 394681 [details] IE and Foxfire quit working I have a thumb drive set up to add devices to my network. Restart IE.

So I uninstalled firefox and have tried to upload it again using Internet Explorer as my browser. http://copyprotecteddvd.net/can-t-access/can-t-access-gmail-on-ie-8.html Finally, on some other forum, I came to know about the Norton Software Removal tool. I said I was going to try rebooting and see what happened to the Red X on Norton Anti Virus. See "Connection settings": [[Firefox cannot load websites but other programs can]] You can find the connection setting here: Tools > Options > Advanced : Network : Connection If you do not

Finally found this tip and it worked! Also carious sites (like amazon.com e.g.) tend to load corruptedly (dont know the proper english word right now), meaning the view of the site is completely disarranged (diffuse font size, pictures Please restart the application and let us know if the error message still appears. have a peek here If disabling DNS prefetching does fix your issue or putting opendns in your OS as DNS source you can mark this bug as dupe of bug bug 475603 Comment 21 leroyleroy_2000

These restrictions prevent a client-side Web application that is running from one origin, from obtaining data retrieved from another origin. Go to add/remove & U will find Adobe have installed a Download Manager - Just remove it. -- Maurice HP Intel Pentium 4 Windows XP Home SP3 IE8 __________________________________________________ _______________ Regards I'm not going to call Symantec about this as all they are going to do is say its Microsoft's fault.

You can disable the prefetching : Please open about:config, confirm the warning, create (!) a new boolean pref with network.dns.disablePrefetch=true to disable the DNS prefetching for a test if my theory

Chosen solution Try downloading Firefox from here: http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/all.html Read this answer in context 3 Question tools Get email updates when anybody replies. Which means, that Firefox 3.5 now uses a piece of the Windows code to access DNS the same way that IE does it. Most posts in the support Forum are bug 475603 because they get the same issue if they immediately try to load the same domain name in IE after they got a you are running the latest version). * Remove Firefox from your program's list of trusted or recognized programs.

Re: Tableau doesn't detect internet connection guest contributor Feb 20, 2010 11:17 AM (in response to . I run FF but I'm not familiar with the add-on to switch to IE. Your fix was simple and quick. Check This Out They said it had to do with dns, a .net extension and the css page display.

Comment 15 leroyleroy_2000 2009-07-19 16:11:09 PDT I am curious to know if anyone from Mozilla has looked at the thread at http://support.mozilla.com/tiki-view_forum_thread.php?locale=en-US&forumId=1&comments_parentId=381737? Someone at Mibbit gave me links to the css style sheets and then the page would load but then then it started having problems again several hours later. I am running vista premium. A 32-bit registry key can store a maximum value of 2,147,483,647.

I have not read IE8 Forums as yet. Norton scanning properly, didn't need safe mode to do it. Comment 40 leroyleroy_2000 2011-03-06 17:31:44 PST It is resolved finally! The source code is available here.

It loads fine at first, no issue at all, and then after just a minute or two, it stops connecting to websites, period. I disabled buggy Internet Explorer 7 by giving it a 0 0 0 0 address. Take care Anthony.-- It always seems impossible until its done. But as I bought a new router 2 years ago, maybe I don't qualify to say so.

I wish Firefox would stick with the older DNS acquiring model.