Several users complain that when trying to access certain websites such as eBay or Facebook, the find the side either won’t load or load very (very) slowly. Sometimes, when having problems loading those certain sites, it says at the bottom of the page “include.ebaystatic.com” or “static.ak.facebook.com”, stopping them from surfing the web successfully. Here are some ideas that you can try when having problems loading certain sites.
When having problems in loading certain sites, wait a few seconds and try to load the URL again. Sometimes, the error will be caused when there is a temporary issue with the URL you are going to visit or the website’s sever. However, if the error appears again and again, I can say that there might be some problems with your PC. To ensure a smooth computer life, keep on reading and you will get solutions to surf the web successfully.
Secondly, thoroughly scan and remove all PC viruses from the computer. Computer viruses are small applications that designed to invade or destroy computer system without the users’ knowing. Besides, they usually processes with many harmful & unwanted bugs and bring lots of inconveniences or dangers to the computer users, such as they will change the homepage without your knowledge, monitor your web browsing, keep pop up while you surf the net or make computer run slower than ever before. More seriously, when you are reading some emails, or interacting with friends on online social network sites such as Facebook, MySpace and Twitter; download data or even pay bills, you will come to the chance to get infected. When your web browser was infected by some viruses, you will get an error message when trying to surf a page or directly be re-directed to some other undesired pages. Removing the computer viruses is what you should not ignore when having problems loading certain sites.
*Run your Internet Explorer, click “Tools” menu and select “Internet Options”.
*Then select the “Security” tab and the “Custom level…” button.
*When the “Security Settings – Internet Zone” dialog window appears, look for the “Scripting” section.
* Select “Enable” within the “Active Scripting” item.
*If there is a “Warning!” window pops out asking “Are you sure you want to change the settings for this zone?”, directly select “Yes”.
*Click on the “OK” button to save your settings and close the window.
*Click on the “Refresh” button of the web browser to refresh the page as well as take effect these changes.
By the way, you should instantly clear your cookies and this in many situations helps you to surf the desired pages correctly. To clear cookies, go to Tools (the blue wrench icon) > Options > Under the Hood > Clear Browsing Data. Also, you are able to automatically clear your web browsers’ cookies and site data whenever you close the browser. Just go to Tools > Options > Under the Hood > Content Settings > Cookies and select “Clear cookies and other site data when I close my browser”.
Finally, to surf the web successfully it is highly recommended that you can check and fix Windows registry errors. Windows registry usually holds the vital settings, and options of the computer to tell it when and how to perform every of your PC request correctly. However, it is very easy to get corrupt, broken or damaged as you install/uninstall programs, add/remove files, or when the computer is infected by viruses. The more useless entries in the registry database, the more chances for you to encounter problems in loading certain sites. Luckily, you are able to clean Windows registry errors by means of a tool called the registry cleaner tool. It will scan your machine and detect all errors existing in the Windows registry database, and then fix them all instantly within clicks.
Well, it is quite common for us to surf the web every day while using the computer. If have problems loading certain sites, follow the above steps to go right now. You will soon be able to surf the web successfully without problems.
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