I get error messages regularly. Plus there is a problem with

January 4, 2012 at 14:37:40
Specs: Windows 7
My lower left screen gives me a message that says "Done, but with errors on page". What can I do, since it happens regularly? Also, my audio breaks up (starts and stops, then starts and stops again). This happens with emails, YouTube, etc.
I also get script errors on everything I look at. And the message regarding if I want the page to only show what was sent securely.
What is going on? This is a new computer.

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#1
January 4, 2012 at 15:16:46
Not enough information. And what you're seeing might be valid messages. How fast/reliable is your internet connection (if there's a problem with it, may be causing all the problems.) Use one of the free broadband speed checkers to see if you're connection is performing as it should. If you're using Internet Explorer, try one or more of the others (eg, Google Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Safari)

You say new computer - have you been getting the messages from day one or was it ok, then....


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#2
January 4, 2012 at 20:55:24
I suspect that either you have your security settings set too high in your browser (medium to medium high is best) or your antivirus program is interfering with what you can see.
What browser?
What settings?
Any browser add-ons you did not add deliberately?
What Antivirus Program? (If Norton or McAfee, uninstall and try Avast, Webroot, or MS Security Essentials)
Do you still have a lot of manufacturer installed programs that you will never use?
Do you have a lot running in the background?
Scan with Malwarebytes (to be sure you do not have an infection that slipped by your antivirus program).

You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.


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#3
January 5, 2012 at 08:11:05
Hi, Thank you for responding to my questions.
My security setting is a Medium. I use MS Internet Explorer with my homepage set at Yahoo (which I prefer over the others). Yes, Bing I didn't add (I did uninstall it), and another I uninstalled. I use Norton antivirus.I will check manufacturer programs. I don't know what you mean by a lot running in the background. Do you mean, do I minimize things, while I am looking at other things? Because I do, only if it's a related topic and I'm researching.

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#4
January 5, 2012 at 09:54:57
"Done with errors on the page" happens quite frequently. A few seconds ago I had it showing on this one, yet the page was displaying fine. I think these are just minor gliches between websites and particular browsers.

EDIT:
Click this link http://www.worldstart.com/done-but-...

I doubt if these page errors are anything to do with your other issues.

Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks


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#5
January 5, 2012 at 20:39:50
Many programs launch when you start windows because the programers think you cannot live without them or that you would like their program to open instantly when you click on it (it is already loaded and running). The problem comes in when too many of these are running always, Windows begins to load slower and overall everything gets slower. You really want to minimize what starts with windows for better overall performance.

Open a run box and type msconfig.exe (or type msconfig on search and it should be at the top of the list), go to the Start tab and uncheck everything except Microsoft and your antivirus program (you can always add some back later), Apply and restart the machine.

Note that Norton (and McAfee) use system resources wastefully and are not really that great at their primary purpose (stopping infections). This has been observed by many serious computer enthusiasts, technicians, etc. Consider trying Avast (Free, highly recommended here, and I have used it an a number of machines), Webroot (Free trial only, and my personal favorite for quite a few years), or Microsoft Security Essentials (also spoke of highly).

You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.


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