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Sometimes IE Doesn't Submit

Hello Experts,

I've noticed that sometimes IE11 does not submit a form, and to correct the issue I need to Ctrl+F5.

Further, I notice when I view source, some of the code of the <form> tag is cut off until I Ctrl+F5.  This is not the case in FireFox

I have all IE Updates

Any ideas?
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Where in F12 is this option?
In IE11 scroll to the bottom icon, you will see it. It is called emulation mode.
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The issue persists, but should I be changing document mode or user agent?
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First of all, did you try changing Document Mode?
I think you have to tell us whether changing the User String Agent helps your problem.
Here is a discussion of the Emulation Mode and then User String Agent.
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ie/bg182625(v=vs.85).aspx#uaString
I have tried all 3 scenarios:

user agent: 9; Document Mode 9

user agent 9; Document mode Default

user agent Default; Document mode 9

The problem persists

As explained originally, when viewing the source sometime the html code is cut. For example:

<form action="page.asp" method="post">

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but sometimes, especially before Ctrl+F5, the above code looks like this:

<form actiage.asp" method="post">

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where on="p is obviously cut off.

I am almost tempted to reformat, but I am hoping for a quick fix. If there any way I can remove IE and re-install, or any other suggestions?

Thank you
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Sorry guys, so many other things in life came up, but I will open this question again as a new one when I am ready. Hopefully next week.

Thank you for your patience.