RE: Internet Explorer loading issue
1. Make sure your router has the latest Firmware.
2. Get latest Drivers for your computer's Network adaptor.
3. On your computer with problems, right-click the Network
connection>Properties>unbind TCP/IPv6. It can cause probs with some ISPs.
Mick Murphy - Qld - Australia
"Ben Forrister" wrote:
> Hi all,
> This isn't a big deal but it can be quite irritating.
> I have a brand new machine with Windows Vista Business running on it. This
> is the main machine in the study and has a Belkin router connected to it via
> a cat5 cable. The rest of the PCS/Laptops in the house run from the routers
> Everything is set up and internet explorer loads automatically on each
> However, on this newer machine, when I click on Internet Explorer, it takes
> around 8-10 seconds to load the homepage, i.e google. On all of the other
> machines, its pretty much instant. The other machines are running XP/Vista
> Home and Vista Basic. They all load the webpage instantly.
> This newer machine takes a while and shows "Connecting" in the tab. I have
> never experienced this before and wondered what it could be. I have tried
> making a few changes but it does it every time. Once google has loaded, and
> i click a new tab, the same happens again, it takes about 10 seconds for a
> new homepage to load.
> We have been using the same router in the house for 3 years and i've never
> seen a machine act like this.
> Is there something I'm missing?
> Many thanks,