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ASP Pages not rendering properly from particular Client's Machine

On Client Machine ,When i request for a page from my application (in Classic ASP), one of the ASP page is not rendering properly.
It is working fine on other client's machine, but from particular client, request for a page is not  properly handled by the server,
page's HTML is not rendering on clients machine.
I have cleared cache, temporary files, reset browsers setting, everything is seems fine. Internet speed is good. other ASP pages are working good.
Size of the page is not a problem. Security on Internet explorer (IE7) is medium. But still i am facing the issue.
One thing, on ASP page following statement is wriiten ( for some other reasons)
<%Response.buffer=true%>
 is this a cuase of above issue?
or something else?
Please advice with your knowledge.
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timerack
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timerack
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G_HCommented:
This sounds like an odd one...

First, check that the HTML generated, is being read properly by the "bad client". Open the page on a good machine, view source and save into a HTML file. Load this HTML file into the bad browser.

This should confirm we are not talking about a dodgy piece of HTML, which most browsers are handling fine, but that one will not...

GH
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pateljituCommented:
If the page is processed and not displayed properly please confirm on IE7 Compatiblity mode.

Navigate to Tools >> Compatiblity View and Compatiblity View Setting, verfiy on the machine which is working properly and see is the mode is turned ON or is OFF and try the same setting on the machine which is not working properly.
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timerackAuthor Commented:
As i mentioned HTML is not being generated by browser. I am using IE7. its working on IE 8 as well. i checked it on IE 9 and its compatibility view it still didn't work.
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G_HCommented:
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"It is working fine on other client's machine"

On the working machine, save that source, and view it on the BAD machine.

GH
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timerackAuthor Commented:
i noticed that this issue was due to kaspersky antivirus installed on the system.
I disabled the protection of antivirus, and then ran my application, it worked like a charm.
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