Webpage loads slooowly and eventually nothing loads opening in new

Discussion in 'Internet Explorer' started by Gistcheckin, Jul 20, 2007.

  1. Gistcheckin

    Gistcheckin Guest

    Vista OS IE7

    The site is Microft Connect - https://connect.microsoft.com/default.aspx

    I have no trouble loading from the above url or clicking on a participation
    link; but, once I click on feedback link, it takes forever to load the page.
    Once the page is loaded, I can view the new feedback issues but a right click
    open in new tab is only good for about 5 issue links before I have to wait
    and wait and wait and eventually IE cannot display the webpage may appear if
    I don't get tired of waiting for it to load.

    These are errors I've received when attempting to enter feedback and view
    links:

    Windows Internet Explorer:
    Internet Explorer Cannot Open the Internet Site
    url listed beneath the above
    Operation Aborted
    I click OK

    The other message was a server timeout.

    I'm well aware there's a facelift but 10 + minutes to load one page is
    unbearable.

    As of late, Connect is the only site I have the issue with all the time.
    Occasionally I may find an MSDN or community discussion page loads slowly. I
    can browse anywhere in the net and at Microsoft.com sites but connect.

    I've reset IE settings, checked SSL secured websites info, anything else
    that can be done?
     
    Gistcheckin, Jul 20, 2007
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  2. Do you see the summary preview flash up as soon as you select a link?


    Does this mean that you then have 5 more tabs open?
    Or are you closing the extra tab each time before opening the new one?
    Also, if the former, do you do it by launching a bunch all in the background
    (e.g. using Ctrl-Shift-Click instead of Ctrl-Click)?


    What about the web interface to newsgroups?
    That one e.g. expanding list of messages in a search result
    ends up waiting for I don't know what? E.g. Fiddler shows that
    everything it was asked to do has been done. Task Manager
    shows nothing happening in the IE task except intermittent
    I/O Other and corresponding I/O Other Bytes. Eventually whatever
    it is doing gets done and I can continue. FWIW that is with XPsp2 + IE7.


    How slowly? The symptom I describe above takes so long to resolve
    that I usually don't bother trying to watch it, just come back to it every so often
    and check it again. Also, while it is happening the page is not hung;
    e.g. I can use the Doubleclick method of launching a full thread view,
    I can use Alt-P,Enter (to see the Print view of the current message), etc.


    Have you considered if it is a time of day thing, e.g. server overload
    during peak hours?


    Try watching it with ProcMon?

    Wouldn't it be nice to have some decent user diagnostics? <eg>


    Good luck

    Robert
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    Robert Aldwinckle, Jul 20, 2007
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  3. Gistcheckin

    Gistcheckin Guest

    "Do you see the summary preview flash up as soon as you select a link?"

    Yes I do.


    "Does this mean that you then have 5 more tabs open?
    Or are you closing the extra tab each time before opening the new one?
    Also, if the former, do you do it by launching a bunch all in the background
    (e.g. using Ctrl-Shift-Click instead of Ctrl-Click)?"

    At the beginning, I'd open more than one tab but it continued to timeout
    after awhile. I then opened one tab at a time and after from 3 - 5 tabs were
    opened consecutively, it would once again exhibit the timeing out behavior.
    The first 3 - 5 opened one at a time would load. I would close the tab
    before opening another one.


    "What about the web interface to newsgroups?
    That one e.g. expanding list of messages in a search result
    ends up waiting for I don't know what? E.g. Fiddler shows that
    everything it was asked to do has been done. Task Manager
    shows nothing happening in the IE task except intermittent
    I/O Other and corresponding I/O Other Bytes. Eventually whatever
    it is doing gets done and I can continue. FWIW that is with XPsp2 + IE7."

    It's the web interface I'm referring to. I don't use microsoft mail to
    access these sites.


    "How slowly? The symptom I describe above takes so long to resolve
    that I usually don't bother trying to watch it, just come back to it every
    so often
    and check it again. Also, while it is happening the page is not hung;
    e.g. I can use the Doubleclick method of launching a full thread view,
    I can use Alt-P,Enter (to see the Print view of the current message), etc."

    Less than two minutes which isn't normal behavior for my browsing habits.


    "Have you considered if it is a time of day thing, e.g. server overload
    during peak hours?"

    Happens day or night. It really doesn't matter what time of day and it is
    the Microsoft sites.


    "Try watching it with ProcMon?"

    I hadn't condidered it, I was checking IE settings and various changes to
    them.


    "Wouldn't it be nice to have some decent user diagnostics? <eg>"

    LOL I thought you were. Thanks.
     
    Gistcheckin, Jul 20, 2007
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  4. Gistcheckin

    Gistcheckin Guest

    "Do you see the summary preview flash up as soon as you select a link?"

    Yes I do.


    "Does this mean that you then have 5 more tabs open?
    Or are you closing the extra tab each time before opening the new one?
    Also, if the former, do you do it by launching a bunch all in the background
    (e.g. using Ctrl-Shift-Click instead of Ctrl-Click)?"

    At the beginning, I'd open more than one tab but it continued to timeout
    after awhile. I then opened one tab at a time and after from 3 - 5 tabs were
    opened consecutively, it would once again exhibit the timeing out behavior.
    The first 3 - 5 opened one at a time would load. I would close the tab
    before opening another one.


    "What about the web interface to newsgroups?
    That one e.g. expanding list of messages in a search result
    ends up waiting for I don't know what? E.g. Fiddler shows that
    everything it was asked to do has been done. Task Manager
    shows nothing happening in the IE task except intermittent
    I/O Other and corresponding I/O Other Bytes. Eventually whatever
    it is doing gets done and I can continue. FWIW that is with XPsp2 + IE7."

    It's the web interface I'm referring to. I don't use microsoft mail to
    access these sites.


    "How slowly? The symptom I describe above takes so long to resolve
    that I usually don't bother trying to watch it, just come back to it every
    so often
    and check it again. Also, while it is happening the page is not hung;
    e.g. I can use the Doubleclick method of launching a full thread view,
    I can use Alt-P,Enter (to see the Print view of the current message), etc."

    Less than two minutes which isn't normal behavior for my browsing habits.


    "Have you considered if it is a time of day thing, e.g. server overload
    during peak hours?"

    Happens day or night. It really doesn't matter what time of day and it is
    the Microsoft sites.


    "Try watching it with ProcMon?"

    I hadn't condidered it, I was checking IE settings and various changes to
    them.


    "Wouldn't it be nice to have some decent user diagnostics? <eg>"

    LOL I thought you were. Thanks.
     
    Gistcheckin, Jul 20, 2007
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