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melcool

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hi i recently updated to win 8 and i use chrome as a browser and every time i acces a internet page gsp.png it loads like this for the first time , after refresh it goes ok , can anyone help me please
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93lingarda

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Not that this helps at all but having the exact same problem! someone recommend checking the latest flash player is installed...
 

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93lingarda

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Do you have norton internet security?? Solved my problem by in chrome clicking on the button with 3 lines next to the address bar. choose tools then extension then disable norton internet security.
 

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fmw

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There are some funny things about Chrome. I had to modify my web site in order run it properly with Chrome. The problem related to the way it interprets direct links under SSL. On my site all the pages under SSL looked just like the one you posted with no graphics and no formatting. I fixed it by changing all the links under SSL to relative addresses. Every other browser displayed my SSL pages correctly. Only Chrome was a problem.

Your problem isn't the same, I guess, because I'm assuming what you posted happens on all web sites. If so, I would probably recommend wiping Chrome completely and re-installing it. If the problem occurs with just one web site, then the problem is in the web site itself as it was with mine.

I think Google should think about improving the way Chrome interprets direct addresses.
 

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Phantomlynx

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I'm also seeing this sometimes. Don't use Norton. More often the pages won't load properly (as if it can't resolve the DNS address). It happens in Firefox too.... There is an issue with win8 as the same machine with win7 works perfectly
 

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aquaventuri

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I'm also seeing this sometimes. Don't use Norton. More often the pages won't load properly (as if it can't resolve the DNS address). It happens in Firefox too.... There is an issue with win8 as the same machine with win7 works perfectly

Ah! I'm glad I've found someone reporting the same thing - I too have the problem in Chrome & Firefox :(
 

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Eskimo5

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I can quickly access most websites using mobile broadband dongle and W8 but I can't even bring up Login page for my webhost Homestead | Make a FREE Website - Create a Website in Mins - Build Your Own Website Today ... Takes ages and does not really say why when error message appears and can't diagnose and fix. I do have Norton and have Internet explorer. Was advised to try a different browser but no luck and spoke to Orange internet provider who said wasn't DNS issue, computer support did not think security issue. I was on NON adult setting with Orange and they changed that so maybe this will help. I went back to old laptop with windows 2000 and dongle and no probs there but it creaks and groans so slow! Dunno whether to take back this new Hp laptop and W8 and go for Mac! Why will some internet pages load but not Login pages...? Tried going to IP address with no success. Is it timing out? What about sst settings? Other internet settings? Bummer
 

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Airbuz

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Same problems here. Thought it was Firefox only. Tried Chrome and same problem exactly as shown in first image above. Youtube does it, futureshop.ca and various other sites for me. It's a brand new 7 series Samsung laptop. This is my first experience using Windows 8 so I'm still in the learning stages but my PC knowledge is advanced and can't figure out yet what is causing this. Other references online had some suggestions (firefox settings, load pages automatically, font settings, etc) but none have worked for me.

I noticed some references regarding Norton, my laptop came loaded with it but I removed it right away (I use ESET) and even used the Norton tool to fully uninstall all traces of Norton. Could it have missed something since it's a relatively new OS?

For reference, I am running 3 extensions in both: lastpass, xmarks, and adblock but I tried disabling them in Firefox and the problem persisted.

This is frustrating.
 

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Airbuz

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More information,

I have found a thread that displays others with literally the exact symptoms I am experiencing and it's becoming readily apparent (at least in our cases) that it's a 'Samsung' laptop issue.

Mine is a new 7 series NP700G7C-T01CA. Problem occurred right out of the box after installing said browsers. The following threads (1 for FF the other for Chrome) both make several references to Samsung hardware:

Firefox: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/941815?page=2#answer-393340

Chrome: Google Groups[51-75-false]

Here's what I've tried, some suggestions found within the above threads but none of them have solved the issue for me (or most others)

1) reinstalling the browsers
2) disabling all add-ons
3) disabling ESET
4) clearing JAVA cache
5) clearing browser history/data/cache
6) completely uninstalling and resinstalling JAVA (both x86 + x64)
7) trying FF beta version called "Nightly"
8) ran the Norton Removal Tool 4 times
9) changed to a new user profile in Chrome

Example below of how pages are loading up (twitter.com). Another symptom is gmail just hanging on the loading screen.

2012-12-31-14-46-23-b60275_zpsbe97a6fd.png
 

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Roky

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Hi all
I'm experiencing exactly the same problems as the rest of you with really slow loading times on certain pages (not all). It seems that my computer have a problem with external scripts on certain pages and loading wheel just spins up in the browser window. Sometimes it does not even load google but it pops up an error page.

I have a brand new Acer Aspire V3 571g and usually use Firefox. I have updated all my drivers, uninstalled all unnecessary programs and antivirus. Some said that it was the power options in the computor that could interfear but no, no. I'm getting desperate! There must be a solution to this.

Regards
Roky
 

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rmeigs

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Don't think this is just a Samsung issue. I had the same problem with Chrome on an HP system that I upgraded to Win8 on the day it became available. It was so bad I just switch to IE10 which worked well. A couple of weeks back I upgraded my desktop to a new HP Pavilion with Win8 pre-installed. Since then Chrome has worked perfectly. Wish I knew why, but still I'm glad to be back with Chrome.
 

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Airbuz

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Hi all
I'm experiencing exactly the same problems as the rest of you with really slow loading times on certain pages (not all). It seems that my computer have a problem with external scripts on certain pages and loading wheel just spins up in the browser window. Sometimes it does not even load google but it pops up an error page.

I have a brand new Acer Aspire V3 571g and usually use Firefox. I have updated all my drivers, uninstalled all unnecessary programs and antivirus. Some said that it was the power options in the computor that could interfear but no, no. I'm getting desperate! There must be a solution to this.

Regards
Roky

I was also having speed and connectivity issues out of the box with my new Samsung 7 but this is a different issue than the one discussed here in this thread. As for my connection problems, it was an issue with my DOCSYS 3 SMS Router provided by my ISP. A few settings were changed and that problem was solved.

As for the issue I mentioned above, I have found a fix for my case! :thumb::party: It was indeed related to Samsung software pre-installed on this laptop. Instructions found elsewhere said to uninstall them and then clear your browsers cache's (both firefox and chrome) which I had but initially the problem persisted. The key is to use CCleaner to FULLY clear all cache's as simply doing it within the browser apparently leaves remnants. So upon using CCleaner, I rebooted and it's been days without the issue anymore (before the issue would appear within minutes of use). This method was successful for me and hopefully will help other Samsung users.

For those with other brands (there have been reports with ASUS for example) again people found fixes by removing pre-installed brand software and completely clearing the cache's with CCleaner.

For my samsung the software I removed were SWUpdate and Support Center. You can always re-install them if you need them for something specific and then uninstall them again but I don't think I'll ever need too.
 

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markinhfx

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I am also having the same issue and Have a Samsung Series 9
I have been running Ccleaner and it is still intermittent hoping someone fixes this. It is happening in both FF and Chrome
 

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bubarub

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hi i recently updated to win 8 and i use chrome as a browser and every time i acces a internet page View attachment 10808 it loads like this for the first time , after refresh it goes ok , can anyone help me please
regards


I had the same problem you have. Go to this website: http://www.sevenforums.com/network-sharing/74556-enable-disable-tcp-auto-tuning.html

enter the command in bold lettering into an elevated command prompt (RUN AS ADMIN) and you should be golden.

IDK why this worked for me, but it fixed all my network problems.
 

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rock1m1

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hi i recently updated to win 8 and i use chrome as a browser and every time i acces a internet page View attachment 10808 it loads like this for the first time , after refresh it goes ok , can anyone help me please
regards


I had the same problem you have. Go to this website: http://www.sevenforums.com/network-sharing/74556-enable-disable-tcp-auto-tuning.html

enter the command in bold lettering into an elevated command prompt (RUN AS ADMIN) and you should be golden.

IDK why this worked for me, but it fixed all my network problems.

I have the same problem, which setting did you chose in the terminal bubarub?
 

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Kelbin

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I have the same problem, the web pages are not loading completely. All the browser having the same problem.
Currently i am not able to see the gmail inbox it seems loading. Also every pages need to load twice to see. Some pages are unable to see completely.
I have disable all the add-ons and also i have reset the browser, but no luck.
I not able to find any solution for this...
what to do to fix this..?
 

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