IE cannot display the webpage

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williamtell

You are asking your question at the wrong NG, I have cross posted to

internetexplorer.general NG. There you will find IE experts.



>WT From time to time in response to the first requirement to download webpage

> my IE is responsible "Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage". But a

> second requirement is executed correctly. The same can be repeated in a

> row when I call two or three webpages. After that IE starts working

> correctly. (My OS - WinXP, SP3, IE v.8.)

> How to fix this situation?

>

> Thank you

> Lev

>
 
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VanguardLH

williamtell wrote:



> You are asking your question at the wrong NG, I have cross posted to

> internetexplorer.general NG. There you will find IE experts.




What PA Bear and other dubious MVPs have started is now getting imitated by

more users: rather than recommend a change in venue, they make an

unsolicited move of someone else's thread to somewhere they have deemed by

their own bias as a more appropriate newsgroup. This is trollish behavior.





If the OP wishes to move or copy their discussion to another group, that

should be *their* choice and not as an UNSOLICITED action enforced by you.

Despite the pretense, you are not a moderator or admin but just another user

who is propagating the OP's discussion to different group(s) that you have

divined are more appropriate and to possibly enlarge the audience or

hopefully provide a more focused community on the topic but which may not be

a correct action. The actual source of the problem may turn out to not be

relevant to those other groups simply based on what the OP reported as the

symptoms and upon what you based your decision to forcibly redirect someone

else's discussion. If the OP wants to move or copy their discussion to

another group, that should be THEIR choice and not yours. You should only

recommend to the OP that there may be more appropriate or useful groups to

which the OP should repost or cross-post their message, not enforce the

propagation of the OP's discussion to other groups.



A misguided urge to enlarge or change exposure for a discussion based on

your biases or presumptions is not an adequate reason to alter the

Newsgroups header. Recommend the OP should move. Do not SHOVE them over.

It should be the OP's choice as to where they focus their discussion, not a

forced change made by you. Despite trying to help, forcing a redirection of

someone else's discussion is trollish behavior. Suggest the change, don't

force it.
 
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Daave

VanguardLH wrote:

> williamtell wrote:

>

>> You are asking your question at the wrong NG, I have cross posted to

>> internetexplorer.general NG. There you will find IE experts.


>

> What PA Bear and other dubious MVPs have started is now getting

> imitated by more users: rather than recommend a change in venue, they

> make an unsolicited move of someone else's thread to somewhere they

> have deemed by their own bias as a more appropriate newsgroup. This

> is trollish behavior.

>

>

> If the OP wishes to move or copy their discussion to another group,

> that should be *their* choice and not as an UNSOLICITED action

> enforced by you. Despite the pretense, you are not a moderator or

> admin but just another user who is propagating the OP's discussion to

> different group(s) that you have divined are more appropriate and to

> possibly enlarge the audience or hopefully provide a more focused

> community on the topic but which may not be a correct action. The

> actual source of the problem may turn out to not be relevant to those

> other groups simply based on what the OP reported as the symptoms and

> upon what you based your decision to forcibly redirect someone else's

> discussion. If the OP wants to move or copy their discussion to

> another group, that should be THEIR choice and not yours. You should

> only recommend to the OP that there may be more appropriate or useful

> groups to which the OP should repost or cross-post their message, not

> enforce the propagation of the OP's discussion to other groups.

>

> A misguided urge to enlarge or change exposure for a discussion based

> on your biases or presumptions is not an adequate reason to alter the

> Newsgroups header. Recommend the OP should move. Do not SHOVE them

> over. It should be the OP's choice as to where they focus their

> discussion, not a forced change made by you. Despite trying to help,

> forcing a redirection of someone else's discussion is trollish

> behavior. Suggest the change, don't force it.

>




I think you are over-reacting.



"Forcing" a cross-post to a more appropriate group is going to help the

OP in this situation. It's not as if the thread will no longer appear in

the windowsxp.general newsgroup. If OP sees the replies (even those made

by those who read it in the internetexplorer group) in the general

group, no harm is done. The crosspost is bringing those who have more

specialized and focused experience into play.



There is an added bonus as well. From now on, if OP has an IE-specific

question, he knows the best group to make the post in.
 
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williamtell

HEY VH!

I will take what you write in consideration, OK I'm done!

In the mean time what logical answer have you supplied to the OP? MOUTH!



>WT VanguardLH wrote:

>> williamtell wrote:

>>

>>> You are asking your question at the wrong NG, I have cross posted to

>>> internetexplorer.general NG. There you will find IE experts.


>>

>> What PA Bear and other dubious MVPs have started is now getting

>> imitated by more users: rather than recommend a change in venue, they

>> make an unsolicited move of someone else's thread to somewhere they

>> have deemed by their own bias as a more appropriate newsgroup. This

>> is trollish behavior.

>>

>>

>> If the OP wishes to move or copy their discussion to another group,

>> that should be *their* choice and not as an UNSOLICITED action

>> enforced by you. Despite the pretense, you are not a moderator or

>> admin but just another user who is propagating the OP's discussion to

>> different group(s) that you have divined are more appropriate and to

>> possibly enlarge the audience or hopefully provide a more focused

>> community on the topic but which may not be a correct action. The

>> actual source of the problem may turn out to not be relevant to those

>> other groups simply based on what the OP reported as the symptoms and

>> upon what you based your decision to forcibly redirect someone else's

>> discussion. If the OP wants to move or copy their discussion to

>> another group, that should be THEIR choice and not yours. You should

>> only recommend to the OP that there may be more appropriate or useful

>> groups to which the OP should repost or cross-post their message, not

>> enforce the propagation of the OP's discussion to other groups.

>>

>> A misguided urge to enlarge or change exposure for a discussion based

>> on your biases or presumptions is not an adequate reason to alter the

>> Newsgroups header. Recommend the OP should move. Do not SHOVE them

>> over. It should be the OP's choice as to where they focus their

>> discussion, not a forced change made by you. Despite trying to help,

>> forcing a redirection of someone else's discussion is trollish

>> behavior. Suggest the change, don't force it.

>>


>

> I think you are over-reacting.

>

> "Forcing" a cross-post to a more appropriate group is going to help the OP

> in this situation. It's not as if the thread will no longer appear in the

> windowsxp.general newsgroup. If OP sees the replies (even those made by

> those who read it in the internetexplorer group) in the general group, no

> harm is done. The crosspost is bringing those who have more specialized

> and focused experience into play.

>

> There is an added bonus as well. From now on, if OP has an IE-specific

> question, he knows the best group to make the post in.

>
 
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