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 07-24-2004, 18:43 Post: 91817
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OK All you computer geeks! I need help! (that Geek was a GOOD GEEK!) When I try to hit my BACK button on this site only, I get the warning this page ahs expired page? What can I do to change this?

ALSO

Why is this site/page so slow in gathering information? It cant just be my computer, I have a decent set up and plenty of power/mem/space. Do any of you see the same things goping on?
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 07-24-2004, 19:43 Post: 91820
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I've had similar problems in the past. When i tryed to backup i would get a message saying the page couldn't be displayed & i'd have to refresh. Can't remember the exact wording. I've also had this happen on another site. I didn't do anything in particular & it 'fixed' itself. Maybe it has something to do with the website. Dunno, but maybe some patience will and the little elves will fix your too. Good luck






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 07-24-2004, 19:55 Post: 91821
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Brokenarrow,

Are you on dialup? What browser are you using? Are you allowing your browser to cache images?

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 07-25-2004, 07:22 Post: 91845
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My browser does that sometimes with several 'log-in' sites I use but not this one. I haven't figured out if it's when I spend a lot of time reading stuff and there's been no browser activity or if it's when I link to another site through the page I'm on. When I get the 'expired page' message there's a prompt to 'resubmit information' and that usually works.






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 07-27-2004, 19:04 Post: 92059
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Dennis
I have dsl (yahoo sbc)
I am using internet explorer and dont know about the catched? I will ask my guiness son, (I hate doing that too!!!!) My 2 daughters keep changing the darn screen savers and such along with changing the time to 1 minuit and it kicks in. I will change that to about 20 and see if it has anything to do with it. As forest Gumps mom always said, Stupid is ,stupid does? Or something like that but I do feel stupid!!!
Just was wondering why it is also so slow for my computer? Must be some setting I have but I have no prob with any other site? Maybe it because of the HUGE WEALTH OF KNOWLEGE HERE!!!!!!!!! IT TAKES UP ALOT OF SPACE?






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