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why do some web pages not load

This may not be in the right category. I just recently reformatted my computer's main drives to migrate to an SSD, and I am currently in the process of reinstalling all of my needed programs, such as Skype, Steam, Origin, etc. and I have hit a knot in the rope of installation. Certain web pages that used to open quite normally are no longer doing that. Some load with no structure and images included, with it only being text scrolling downwards onto the left or right. Certain sites also don't connect at all, like the Steam and Origin pages, or Microsoft's new Skype site making it impossible to download the installers and clients for my favourite programs.

The only one I have been successful with so far is the Winamp site and the Steelseries support page for my keyboard's keybinding program. There are quite a few sites, like Tom's Hardware and Imgur, which open rather fine. I have tried clearing the cache and cookies of my browser, and tried using Internet Explorer for the same pages but only gaining the same results.

Those two links go to images of what the pages look like for me. Facebook loads quickly, but it always ends up looking the same. Is it possible that I need to install certain drivers to correct the problem with Facebook, or is it my own fault for attempting to install an internet browser? If you are connected to the internet but are experiencing difficulty when attempting to load your browser pages, fear not. This is a very common problem that can be fixed with some simple tweaks to your internet preferences.

Before making any changes to your internet settings, check to see if you are currently working in offline mode. If so, simply switching off this feature should restore your internet browsing session to normal. Right-click on your Internet Explorer icon, and click Properties. Then go to your Connections tab. Click on the LAN settings button. In that window, uncheck any and all options that are currently selected. Launch your Firefox browser. Click on Tools Options Advanced.

Next, go to Network Settings. In your Settings, select the option that reads No proxy. Click on OK to save your settings. If the problem persists, we recommend temporarily disabling your firewall or antivirus to restore your internet pages. You may enable them once your browsing session is complete. Image: В Rashad Ashurov - Shutterstock. com This document, titled , is available under the license. Any copy, reuse, or modification of the content should be sufficiently credited to ( ).

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