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    IE 9 certain sites will NOT open

    I have not had any trouble up until Monday of this week. Then, all of a sudden, certain sites I use all the time just would not open. Example: www.google.com/Calendar.

    It started out with only two sites I was having trouble with. My boss said it could be that I needed IE9. So, today I downloaded & Installed IE9.
    These sites still will not open.

    I'm willing to use Firefox for goodle caledar, but now Netflix won't open...seems to be "growing." Any ideas?

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    When I click on the link you provided I get a page not found error. Try changing the "C" in to "c".

    Joe

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    www.google.com/Calendar would not open for me until I changed the url to www.google.com/calendar (lower case c in calendar). Wierd.

    Jerry

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    Thanks, Jerry & Joe. That's not the problem....
    when I type in www.google.com/calendar nothing happens.....
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    That is strange because when I type in http://www.google.com/calendar is the Calendar login page for a Google account.

    What do you mean by nothing? Do you get an error?

    Joe

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    It may be a compatibility issue

    Do you get a 'broken page' symbol in the address bar on pages that won't open? That means that the website has to be viewed in 'compatibility mode', which is updated by Windows Update. Are all updates in place?

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