vista browser issue

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Talk' started by newfdog, Dec 3, 2007.

  1. newfdog

    newfdog Guest

    I am having a problem opening some wesites in vista.
    Initially I thought it was an IE 7 issue

    This site I am trying to open requires entering a user name and password

    I could not open the site from day one when i bought my Acer Aspire 9410
    laptop with vista pre - installed

    I downloaded Mozilla Firefox and was able to enter the website in question.

    I did not visit the site in a little while but the last time i went back to
    enter the site I could not enter the site from either browser.

    Tried MS vista help but every suggestion they recommended I tried with no

    Some suggestions were java update problems and /or security settings issues
    or widows upate problems

    I have tried them all with no success

    Just wondering if anyone has any suggestions as to what is causing the
    issue and any possible solutions?
    newfdog, Dec 3, 2007
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  2. newfdog

    Paul Knudsen Guest

    What's the site?
    Paul Knudsen, Dec 4, 2007
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  3. I do not have Vista and most probably will not get it. Another example of
    shoddy work by Microsoft???????
    Math Mathiasen, Dec 4, 2007

  4. Well, we don't know what web site this gentleman was visiting and we don't
    know what other applications or malware he might have installed. What we do
    know from his question is that there's probably a bum web site out there
    with issues that now affect both of his browsers. When/if he replies and
    tells us the web site we can get another piece of the puzzle.

    What we know from your question is that you are a Microsoft basher.
    Charles Tomaras, Dec 4, 2007
  5. newfdog

    Paul Knudsen Guest

    Then what are you doing here, besides being an annoying troll?
    Paul Knudsen, Dec 6, 2007
  6. Must have struck a nerve

    Math Mathiasen, Dec 6, 2007
  7. newfdog

    Don Leonard Guest

    Folks that don't have Vista will probably never buy it if they visit here. The truth
    is that it is stable and reliable with most of the kinks on the user end, not the
    software. I am 100% satisfied with just the basic bells and whistles
    Don Leonard, Dec 6, 2007
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