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Moi
Member # 4980
 - posted January 27, 2010 16:38
A while ago, while browsing the Ticketmaster website, I noticed that I was unable to view the pages where you select how many tickets you want to order, etc. It's just completely blank. This happens in whatever browser I use (I've tried 3). I recently downloaded and installed the most recent version of Java and tried clearing/enabling cookies.

Nothing I try has been working. Any help would be very appreciated.

As a most likely unrelated side note, Best Buy's online check-out does not work on my computer either. I have a Sony Vaio VGN-FE660G laptop running Windows XP Media Edition. All recent Windows updates should be installed.

Thanks in advance!
 
Moi
Member # 4980
 - posted February 12, 2010 13:01
So since no one has any idea what could be going on with my computer, I tried performing system restore and the problem was solved until I let Windows install all of its security updates, etc. Also, now Internet Explorer (when I use that instead of Firefox) won't let me install toolbars or add search engines as my default search engines.

If anyone has any idea from this additional information what could be going on, I would GREATLY appreciate the help.
 




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