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I am using Windows XP SP2.  As of recently, about 1 of 5 pages I load in Internet Explorer (IE6) do not load.  They apper to freeze before any data gets displayed.  If I refresh the page (F5) the page loads just fine.  Any ideas what can be causing this problem?
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Try netsh winsock reset

« Reply #1 on: July 03, 2007, 12:36:34 PM »
Service Pack 2 adds a new command to repair the Winsock corruption problem that can be caused by adware, spyware, or some other causes.  Try this:

Open CMD.exe (START -> RUN -> CMD)

netsh winsock reset

This cammand is safe to run.  What it does is removes all the non-standard LSP (Layered Service Provider) entries from the Winsock catalog.  You may have a bunch of bad ones jammed in there from adware, spyware, etc; even after removing the spyware, etc. completely.

After doing this, you will need to reboot your Windows XP SP2 machine for the setting changes to take affect.

If you're really curious, you can use the command:

netsh winsock show catalog

It will display all teh entries.

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Re: Frequent PAGE CANNOT BE DISPLAYED error in IE, Always Need To Refresh

« Reply #2 on: December 22, 2010, 02:37:47 AM »
Computer response is slow, your system can update
Also be web page loading when we have a problem
Check your IE
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