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Ask a question THEFIGSTER 2Posts Sunday May 8, 2016Registration date May 8, 2016 Last seen - Latest answer on May 9, 2016 05:41AM
WHEN I CLICK ON A PAGE, THE ARROW KEEPS SPINNING AROUND ALL THE TIME AND I GUESS THAT MEANS IT'S STILL TRYING TO LOAD IS THAT CORRECT AND OKAY???? IT JUST KEEPS GOING AND GOING AND GOING!!
RUNNING WINDOWS XP PROFESSIONAL AND MEDIA BOTH SP3
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Yes it is still trying to load but my educated guess is that there is a problem with the site you are trying to reach.
THEFIGSTER 2Posts Sunday May 8, 2016Registration date May 8, 2016 Last seen - May 8, 2016 05:51PM
IT WAS DOING IT ON A LOT OF DIFFERENT SITES.. NOW WHEN IT LOADS COMPLETELY, I SEE A RED QUESTION MARK BEING SHOWN ????
WHAT'S UP WITH THAT AND THANK YOU FOR HELPING ME!
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First, I suggest you do not write in capital letters. In a forum, it is a convention : capital letters mean that you are yelling, it is offensive and aggressive.

What is your browser ?

What is your operating system ?

Give me an example of a site you are trying to reach (url)

Where is the red question mark situated ?

What is your antivirus software ?
THEFIGSTER- May 8, 2016 08:39PM
Sorry about the capitals but I am very old with diabetes and it's really hard for me to see anything but capitals, but I will try..
my browser is google chrome
my operating system is: gateway intel pentium(R) D CPU 2.80 GHZ 3.25 GB of ram
179.1 GB FREE SPACE OF 232.9 GB
Red marks are gone now and not coming back!
anti-virus is VIPRE which I use all the time
malwarebytes for checking malware every 3 days.
Trying to reach WWW.CNN.COM/
Red mark was in top where it usually shows the website i am trying to reach
it is now back on this site here, shows red circle with white question mark inside it.
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OKAY FOR THE CAPITALS

THE CNN SITE IS OKAY.

IF YOU PLACE YOUR MOUSE POINTER ON THE RED QUESTION MARK OR CLICK ON IT, DO YOU GET A MESSAGE?
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