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Tengo un problema con un laptop nuevo que me compre hace poco, corre Windows 8 con 64 bits, no se si sera un problema de driver, aunque lo dudo, el tema es que navegando normalmente con firefox 22, despues de un rato empieza a tener problemas para desplegar las paginas lo que me hace imposible navegar por internet, adjunto un pantallazo de lo que me pasa cuando empieza el problema:

http://i42.tinypic.com/2rneelk.jpg

He tratado arreglarlo re-instalando firefox, flash player, java, todo y nada sigue lo mismo, para arreglarlo tengo que limpiar el historial y se arregla, pero luego de un rato de navegación vuelve a pasar lo mismo. He intentado deshabilitando plugins y lo mismo dudo que sea problema de HW, lo unico que instale al principio fue ad-block, lo desinstale al rato, puede que eso me dejo algo en el registro de firefox que me causa este problema? Gracias de antemano.

Saludos.

Tengo un problema con un laptop nuevo que me compre hace poco, corre Windows 8 con 64 bits, no se si sera un problema de driver, aunque lo dudo, el tema es que navegando normalmente con firefox 22, despues de un rato empieza a tener problemas para desplegar las paginas lo que me hace imposible navegar por internet, adjunto un pantallazo de lo que me pasa cuando empieza el problema: http://i42.tinypic.com/2rneelk.jpg He tratado arreglarlo re-instalando firefox, flash player, java, todo y nada sigue lo mismo, para arreglarlo tengo que limpiar el historial y se arregla, pero luego de un rato de navegación vuelve a pasar lo mismo. He intentado deshabilitando plugins y lo mismo dudo que sea problema de HW, lo unico que instale al principio fue ad-block, lo desinstale al rato, puede que eso me dejo algo en el registro de firefox que me causa este problema? Gracias de antemano. Saludos.

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Wesley Branton
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Here an English translation of this question:


Problem with loading / displaying web pages

I have a problem with a new laptop that I bought recently, running 64-bit Windows 8, do not know if it will be a driver problem, but I doubt it, the issue is that normally browsing firefox 22, after a while you start having problems displaying pages which makes it impossible to surf the internet, I attached a screenshot of what happens to me when the problem starts:

http://i42.tinypic.com/2rneelk.jpg

I have tried re-installing firefox, flash player, java, everything but it stays the same, to fix it I have to clear the history and ?cache?, but after a while the same thing happens again. I tried disabling plugins and so I doubt it's hardware problem, the only thing that was initially install ad-block, uninstall it after a while, that may leave me something in firefox record causes me this problem? Thanks in advance.

Regards.

Here an English translation of this question: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Problem with loading / displaying web pages I have a problem with a new laptop that I bought recently, running 64-bit Windows 8, do not know if it will be a driver problem, but I doubt it, the issue is that normally browsing firefox 22, after a while you start having problems displaying pages which makes it impossible to surf the internet, I attached a screenshot of what happens to me when the problem starts: http://i42.tinypic.com/2rneelk.jpg I have tried re-installing firefox, flash player, java, everything but it stays the same, to fix it I have to clear the history and '''''?cache?''''', but after a while the same thing happens again. I tried disabling plugins and so I doubt it's hardware problem, the only thing that was initially install ad-block, uninstall it after a while, that may leave me something in firefox record causes me this problem? Thanks in advance. Regards.
Wesley Branton
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ENGLISH: Try installing this add-on to your browser. It will remove cache and cookies automatically after a certain amount of time.

https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/self-destructing-cookies/?src=search

Español: Trate de instalar este add-on para el navegador. Se eliminará caché y las cookies de forma automática después de una cierta cantidad de tiempo.

https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/self-destructing-cookies/?src=search

'''ENGLISH:''' Try installing this add-on to your browser. It will remove cache and cookies automatically after a certain amount of time. https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/self-destructing-cookies/?src=search '''Español:''' Trate de instalar este add-on para el navegador. Se eliminará caché y las cookies de forma automática después de una cierta cantidad de tiempo. https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/self-destructing-cookies/?src=search

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Question owner

I clean everything if i want to visualize the websites correctly, that includes cache, history, cookies,active conections, offline site data... everything. It works for a while but then same problem again. I tried also disabling almost every default plug-in and same

I clean everything if i want to visualize the websites correctly, that includes cache, history, cookies,active conections, offline site data... everything. It works for a while but then same problem again. I tried also disabling almost every default plug-in and same
Wesley Branton
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ENGLISH: Did you try the add-on I listed above? Did it fix the problem?

Español: ¿Has probado el complemento que enumeré arriba? ¿Se soluciona el problema?

'''ENGLISH:''' Did you try the add-on I listed above? Did it fix the problem? '''Español:''' ¿Has probado el complemento que enumeré arriba? ¿Se soluciona el problema?

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I tried with the plug-in u mentioned but same thing keeps happening, im trying using now the nightly version and so far i havent had the problem, must be a firefox bug or something.

I tried with the plug-in u mentioned but same thing keeps happening, im trying using now the nightly version and so far i havent had the problem, must be a firefox bug or something.

Question owner

Same thing is happening with the Nightly version, i honesly don't know whats wrong, can't be something with the video drivers cause it wouldnt be fixed after i clean the history and cache and everything.. any thought?

Same thing is happening with the Nightly version, i honesly don't know whats wrong, can't be something with the video drivers cause it wouldnt be fixed after i clean the history and cache and everything.. any thought?
Wesley Branton
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English: I am going to repost your question in English because people aren't viewing this question because the title is not in English.

I will post the link for you.

Español: Voy a volver a publicar su pregunta en Inglés porque la gente no está viendo esta pregunta porque el título no está en Inglés.

Voy a publicar el enlace para usted.

'''English: '''I am going to repost your question in English because people aren't viewing this question because the title is not in English. I will post the link for you. '''Español:''' Voy a volver a publicar su pregunta en Inglés porque la gente no está viendo esta pregunta porque el título no está en Inglés. Voy a publicar el enlace para usted.

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Wesley Branton
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English: Have you tried resetting Firefox to its factory settings?

Español: ¿Ha intentado restablecer Firefox a su configuración de fábrica?

'''English: '''Have you tried resetting Firefox to its factory settings? '''Español: '''¿Ha intentado restablecer Firefox a su configuración de fábrica?
Wesley Branton
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'''English: '''Here is the link: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/966249 '''Español: '''Aquí está el enlace: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/966249
jscher2000
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Does the problem fit this pattern:

  • Ctrl+Shift+r (reload page without using any cached files) fixes the problem temporarily, but then the problem returns
  • It is a Samsung PC

If so, see: Cache needs to be cleared constantly.

Does the problem fit this pattern: * Ctrl+Shift+r (reload page without using any cached files) fixes the problem temporarily, but then the problem returns * It is a Samsung PC If so, see: [https://support.mozilla.org/questions/962429 Cache needs to be cleared constantly.]
cor-el
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It is possible that your security software (firewall, anti-virus) blocks or restricts Firefox or the plugin-container process without informing you, possibly after detecting changes (update) to the Firefox program.

Remove all rules for Firefox and the plugin-container from the permissions list in the firewall and let your firewall ask again for permission to get full unrestricted access to internet for Firefox and the plugin-container process and the updater process.

See:

It is possible that your security software (firewall, anti-virus) blocks or restricts Firefox or the plugin-container process without informing you, possibly after detecting changes (update) to the Firefox program. Remove all rules for Firefox and the plugin-container from the permissions list in the firewall and let your firewall ask again for permission to get full unrestricted access to internet for Firefox and the plugin-container process and the updater process. See: *https://support.mozilla.org/kb/Server+not+found *https://support.mozilla.org/kb/Firewalls *https://support.mozilla.org/kb/fix-problems-connecting-websites-after-updating

Question owner

Yes my Laptop it is a Samsung Chronos series 7, i updated some software updates thru Samsung Update, and so far i havent had the same problem,i'll keep using it to check if the problem was solved with that update (Samsung update software was also updated) , i was kinda having the same issue with chrome from time to time, but it was solved refreshing the websites a couple of times. I also disabled every firefox plug-in to check if it was a plug-in problem but nothing, it was weird cause aside from the webpages bad loading it was not possible to load any youtube videos or images.

In any case i will keep using the browser to check if it happens again, i will post the solution for future references.

Thanks everyone.

Yes my Laptop it is a Samsung Chronos series 7, i updated some software updates thru Samsung Update, and so far i havent had the same problem,i'll keep using it to check if the problem was solved with that update (Samsung update software was also updated) , i was kinda having the same issue with chrome from time to time, but it was solved refreshing the websites a couple of times. I also disabled every firefox plug-in to check if it was a plug-in problem but nothing, it was weird cause aside from the webpages bad loading it was not possible to load any youtube videos or images. In any case i will keep using the browser to check if it happens again, i will post the solution for future references. Thanks everyone.