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A couple of websites will not load into browser when all other will.

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Mac G5. I am unable to access a couple of websites with Firefox on my home mac but are fine on the PC laptop and are fine on my works Mac G5. Any ideas as I have cleared cookies cach and history etc. Sites are www.Ebay.co.uk and www.Show Cue Systems.com

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Perform the suggestions mentioned in the following articles:

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Perform the suggestions mentioned in the following article:

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-> Update All your Firefox Plugins

  • https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/plugincheck/
  • When Downloading Plugins Update setup files, Remove Checkmark from Downloading other Optional Softwares with your Plugins (e.g. Toolbars, McAfee, Google Chrome, etc.)
  • Restart Firefox

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In the above link that mha007 gave you first see Firefox cannot load certain websites.

thank you

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Thank for help so far but still not able to get onto one or two sites, this also happens in Safari as well as Firefox

PJ

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Can you write-down the website addresses of websites on which you are having problems ??

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Sites are www.Ebay.co.uk and www.showcuesystems.com. Please note this is only on my home Mac my works mac and Home Laptop PC are working fine , so do you think it might be a Mac problem?

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-> click Firefox button and click Options -> Privacy panel -> History section -> under Firefox will: select "Use Custom Settings for History"

  • Remove Checkmark from Always use Private Browsing mode
  • place Checkmarks on
    1. Accept Cookies from sites
    2. Accept Third-party Cookies -> under Keep Until : select They Expire -> Now click Exceptions button and click Remove button for all entries which have Status set to other than Allow
  • Click OK on Options window -> Restart Firefox

Check and tell if its working.

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Sorry, Still no difference made by following your suggestion PJ

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