Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage

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The Razor's Edge

Windows 7 Sp1 with most updates

Internet Explorer 9.0.8112

This error appears at random locations within a downloaded web page. The
main page loads and it would appear to be a
http://partner.googleadservices.com/gampad/google_service.js in this
particular instance loading the main page from freewarefiles.com

I have noticed this since my upgrade to IE9 and shows it's ugly face on
yahoo.com as well.

Any ideas?

Thanks
Giovanni
 
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Dave \Crash\ Dummy

The said:
Windows 7 Sp1 with most updates

Internet Explorer 9.0.8112

This error appears at random locations within a downloaded web page.
The main page loads and it would appear to be a
http://partner.googleadservices.com/gampad/google_service.js in this
particular instance loading the main page from freewarefiles.com

I have noticed this since my upgrade to IE9 and shows it's ugly face
on yahoo.com as well.

Any ideas?
I don't understand the question. The URL you show is not a web page. It
is a JavaScript. Is a particular web page trying to load the script? If
so, what is its URL?
 
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Stan Brown

Windows 7 Sp1 with most updates

Internet Explorer 9.0.8112

This error appears at random locations within a downloaded web page. The
main page loads and it would appear to be a
http://partner.googleadservices.com/gampad/google_service.js in this
particular instance loading the main page from freewarefiles.com
Sounds like you have some form of suppression of advertisements.
Check your settings and add-ins (if IE even has add-ins; I don't know
because I won't use something so insecure).
 
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Paul

The said:
Windows 7 Sp1 with most updates

Internet Explorer 9.0.8112

This error appears at random locations within a downloaded web page. The
main page loads and it would appear to be a
http://partner.googleadservices.com/gampad/google_service.js in this
particular instance loading the main page from freewarefiles.com

I have noticed this since my upgrade to IE9 and shows it's ugly face on
yahoo.com as well.

Any ideas?

Thanks
Giovanni
Not being a browser expert, but do you have your security setting
on the browser set to "high" ?

Perhaps it's the cross-site nature of the web page design,
which conflicts with a security setting.

Or, you are using an advertising blocker, and that prevents
the page from loading.

Paul
 

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