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Backup-of-Expert-Exchange-Enquir.docxHi,

My computer got some problems.  Don't know how to fix it.

1. When I want to log in to a website, it doesn't respond.
2. When I log in to one website, the password I typed in is not hidden with a big full stop symbol.
3. When I view a website, the website has photos to be viewed.  However, it says the file cannot be found.

Attached are some examples.  Please help.  I have sued SlimCleaner to clean.  Doesn't work.  

Even for this email, I click "Attached File" below, it doesn't respond.  I have to use another PC to send this request.  I used "Attached" button, seems it uploads the file, then stay there, doesn't do anything.

Please help!! Please help!!
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tailoreddigital earned 260 total points
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Have you tried another browser besides Firefox?
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lets move step by step ...
for the images not showing (and per the link you posted), this is the image:
http://images.domain.com.au/img/2012820/3493/2009948895_1_FS.JPG?mod=130511-023409

click on it and feedback if you can view the image or not. if yes, then maybe Firefox is corrupted and need re-installation.
can you also try Google chrome to check is issue persist?
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by:mk50
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Hi,

seems Google chrome has resolved the problems.

I can see the following image:
http://images.domain.com.au/img/2012820/3493/2009948895_1_FS.JPG?mod=130511-023409

I reinstalled the firefox.  The problems still exist.  When the first time I click the image, the image is shown, however, when I want to view the next page, it doesn't respond.  Then I click the same image again, it gives me the message that the file is not found.

I have also reinstalled IE, the same problem occurs.  

Just wonder whether there is any idea of how to fix the problem for firefox and IE.  

Thanks again.

Regards
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by:Sam Simon Nasser
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whats the firefox version installed? from main menu -> help -> about firefox
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by:mk50
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Firefox 20.0.1
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downloaded the latest version from Firefox website.  Thanks.
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Hi,  tailoreddigital, samnasser,

Thank you very much.  You both are genius.  Firefox works perfectly now.  Keep my fingers crossed.!!

Thank you!!  Thank you!!!

Regards
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