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    PATTYKLAVER   306,156
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Aggravated With My Computer

Sunday, March 04, 2012

I usually use Firefox as my internet explorer. It started acting up on my last night, but I struggled through it. I uninstalled and reinstalled it and it still wouldn't straighten out. It got worse this morning. It kept kicking me off Spark People while I was right in the middle of doing things. Uninstalling and reinstalling it a couple times did nothing. So...I'm giving up on it for awhile and going back to the old standby - the simple internet explorer. I hate struggling with my computer!

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SLIMLILA 3/5/2012 12:29AM

    Me too, OMG, how smart everyone is. I just give up and let dh fix it...

Sorry Patty, I didn't realize the job feel through... What a pain... my unemployment runs out in a little over a month, so I'm getting STRESSED for real now. I don't know what I am doing wrong that I can't get a job...or I could say, their loss, they don't know what a good, loyal and efficient employee they are missing out on. emoticon emoticon

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NANCYRUBIO 3/4/2012 12:54PM

    Know what you mean-I sympathize with you.

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SPIRALINGUP 3/4/2012 8:48AM

    How frustrating!
I always use Firefox. When things act up I..

Clear cache and cookies
update firefox
update windows
disk cleanup
CC Cleaner or AVG virus check

If those fail I system restore.
Any or all of these might help. Good luck.

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NANCYBOAT 3/4/2012 8:27AM

    I have no advice - just sympathy!!!

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FLORIDAJOE1 3/4/2012 8:24AM

    I'm an IE devotee. My kids use Firefox and Chrome and think I'm so old fashioned. IE is what I'm used to and it does everything I need. I'm glad it solved your problem. We've gotta stay connected to SparkPeople. Have a great day.

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