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Its saying "The Requested pages is not found...." This happens randomly and it is starting to show up more often. Usually after most of the current page loads up, it will jump to that lost page. Now if I stop the web page loading, it won't show up at all.
The link above is what I getting in the last few times it happened. This time it occured when I was posting a long post and when I returned back(back button) the post was gone!
Anybody else having this issue?
I'm using the latest Firefox too.
95 E350 460/E4od 4.10 The Bus
89 F250 2x4 300/AOD 3.55
84 F250 4x4 300/np435 3.55 The BLUE MULE
85 Plymouth Caravelle
73 Buick LeSabre
FYI - happens to me in IE9, and IE10 and Google Chrome.
What happens is the page loads - then once it's fully loaded - will sometimes jump the "requested pages could not be found"....
And it's happened to me on more than one PC.
`03 EX 7.3L,4inch Lift, Dyno'd at 605tq/312hp 285/65/18 Nitto Trail Grapplers on KMC XD Spy's, 4inch Diamond Eye Exhaust, 6637 Mod + Riffraff filter cover. TW Tunes on Ts-6 chip. Riffraff boots, AIH Deleted
Right, but Apple uses its own browser, Safari, on the iPhone and iPad. My post was just me thinking out loud....is this just a problem for those using Windows related browsers?
I don't have an iPad, and only rarely use the mobile version of the site on my iPhone. I have had issues with Google Chrome, IE8,9 & 10, Mozilla Firefox and Safari on my MacBook Pro. The problem is with the either Indian or Chinese servers IB is using to maximize profit.
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