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Web Form does not work on some computers

On some computers on the same network a web submit will not return a result.  Some XP, Windows 7 machines will submit a query and the result will return no problem so I believe the website is not the problem.  The computers that are having the problem I have tried multiple browsers Firefox, IE, Safari and the page still does not return results.  The site is http://pcsoweb.com/pages/who_jail.html  .  I enter the desired search terms and hit submit and nothing, no error no return.  I have updated Java and this still does not work. Any ideas?
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CrowaXCommented:
Also be sure javascript is enabled. I would check any firewall settings, proxy client software (if needed) and virus scanners are all set up the same on all the computers.
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paulfarmerCommented:
.NET???? Just a thought.  Do all the computers have .NET Framework?
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4ITFLMPAuthor Commented:
The firewalls all have the same policy.  JavaScript is enabled by default on all browsers.  Does anyone know of a way to reset .Net?
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CrowaXCommented:
No idea about resetting .NET, at least not short of uninstalling what you can of it, and reinstalling it. Or install the latest version (framework .net 4).
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4ITFLMPAuthor Commented:
Reinstalled .NET 4 and it still does not work.
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paulfarmerCommented:
I had a similar problem, and it turned out that I had to install the older versions of .NET to fix the issue.
I think it was 2.0 that was missing on a few machines.  I'm no wiz when it comes to .NET, but it solved the problem.   I guess make sure everyone has all the same versions. Maybe someone else can tell us why it works this way.  
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4ITFLMPAuthor Commented:
Still stuck on this problem.  I have tried all of the suggestions but no luck.  
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LeeTutorretiredCommented:
I've requested that this question be deleted for the following reason:

This question has been classified as abandoned and is closed as part of the Cleanup Program. See the recommendation for more details.
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4ITFLMPAuthor Commented:
I found the problem, the browser needs to be in compatibility mode.  This can be done by clicking on the icon that looks like a torn piece of paper near the address bar.  I don't know why no other browsers would work but I tried them (FF and Safari).  They are now all working.  

LeeTutor and Experts Exchange I am not sure why you put more effort in trying to remove my question than you did on my question.  I placed follow up comments but you still want to delete my question.  I am a paying member of EE and will now think twice about renewing my membership.
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4ITFLMPAuthor Commented:
I am accepting my own comment as the solution because it is a working solution.  I am rather disapointed in EE and the moderator LeeTutor for wanting to classify this as a abandoned post when it was not and had active comments.
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