Website viewing problems.

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  1. Posts : 61
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       #1

    Website viewing problems.


    Occasionally when in a website, I click for the next page and the window goes black and the tab shows something like "search (1 x 1)". It varies but there is always the (1 x 1). It looks like there maybe a single pixel in the centre of the screen which is presumably the 1 x 1. I have tried clearing the cache in Chrome with no effect.
    I have found when I login to my router, I get the same with any following pages, but if I replace the URL with the numbers i.e. 192.168.1.1, then all pages appear correctly. Maybe this would be the same with websites, but I obviously do not have the IP's for them.
    This only happens on some websites. The majority display correctly.
    Any ideas anyone?
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  2. Lance1's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Professional x64 20H2
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    You could try changing your DNS provider. I use 1.1.1.1 as mine. Right click the Network icon on the desktop \ Properties \ Click change Adapter Settings \ Right click your active adapter \ Properties. Highlight TCP/IPv4 and click properties. Click the button "Use the following DNS server address" In the Preferred DNS type 1.1.1.1 and in the Alternate DNS type 1.0.0.1 Click OK and Close. Run your browser and test it.
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  3. Posts : 61
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    Thread Starter
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    Lance1 said:
    You could try changing your DNS provider. I use 1.1.1.1 as mine. Right click the Network icon on the desktop \ Properties \ Click change Adapter Settings \ Right click your active adapter \ Properties. Highlight TCP/IPv4 and click properties. Click the button "Use the following DNS server address" In the Preferred DNS type 1.1.1.1 and in the Alternate DNS type 1.0.0.1 Click OK and Close. Run your browser and test it.
    Thanks Lance but it made no difference.
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  4. Callender's Avatar
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    Reset router (hard reset button - might be a pinhole)

    Flush DNS:

    Flush DNS Resolver Cache in Windows 10

    Reboot computer.

    Try running a scan with ZHP.

    Sick of ads

    Alternate download:

    Many Microsoft / Odd Utilities try to randomly access remote IPs
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  5. Posts : 61
    10 Home 64bit
    Thread Starter
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    Callender said:
    Reset router (hard reset button - might be a pinhole)

    Flush DNS:

    Flush DNS Resolver Cache in Windows 10

    Reboot computer.

    Try running a scan with ZHP.

    Sick of ads

    Alternate download:

    Many Microsoft / Odd Utilities try to randomly access remote IPs
    Thanks Callender but that didn't work either. The system is clean because I have Kaspersky and Malwarebytes both running.
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  6. Jacee's Avatar
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    Win 10 home 20H2 19042.928
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    Try using a different browser to see if this still happens.
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  7. Posts : 61
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    Jacee said:
    Try using a different browser to see if this still happens.
    I tried that the first time this happened. I used Edge and I got a blank white page but the tab did not have the (1 x 1) in it. It can't be cache because it was the first time I had ever used Edge.
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  8. Jacee's Avatar
    Posts : 1,590
    Win 10 home 20H2 19042.928
       #8

    How about Firefox?

    Edit .... do you have any browser add-ons?
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  9. Posts : 61
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    Jacee said:
    How about Firefox?

    Edit .... do you have any browser add-ons?
    Firefox tab reads "(GIF Image, 1 x 1 pixels).
    This is clearly not a browser problem. After clearing the caches, this is why I asked you guys as I had tried everything I thought could be the problem. Of course, it could be the website at fault, but as I stated previously, I have seen this problem before on other sites. The site is pets4homes.co.uk. Just a standard website.
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  10. Callender's Avatar
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    It would appear to be an adblocker problem so if you use one disable it or update it. Or a script blocker.

    https://forums.macrumors.com/threads...pixels.924408/

    Note: We are not allowed to talk about such things here.

    See Forum Rules Item #12

    https://www.tenforums.com/misc.php?do=showrules

    Anyway if that turns out not to be the problem let us know and there may be more ideas forthcoming.
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