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Smileys keep freezing my pc up?

Sock Aug 29, 2011

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  1. Sock

    Sock Shark in a Goldfishes clothing

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    Hope this is the right section?

    when I am writing a post or creating a thread, if I click on the smileys icon and then click on a Smiley it freezes up and then I lose anything I have written ( except for the title on a new thread for some reason )

    Then I get a box on the bottom of my scrren come up saying A.S.N is not responding?

    This is the only site it happens on :)

    As you can see I can manually put in a Smiley
     
  2. Administrators

    Administrators Administrator Staff Member Administrator Audi A4 TDi

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    Hi can you give me a little more info such as the PC and the Browser you are using? If you do a manual : ) do you get the same problem?

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  3. Sock

    Sock Shark in a Goldfishes clothing

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    Using a HP Laptop with Internet explorer 9 ( I think )

    Can put the Smileys in by typing them in but if I click on them through the icon it freezes up ?
     
  4. Administrators

    Administrators Administrator Staff Member Administrator Audi A4 TDi

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    I don't supose you have Firefox on there do you? if not could you install it and try that. I have feeling it's going to be IE9.

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  5. s3dave

    s3dave TFSI Hybrid Supporter

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    Same here my windows 7 and explorer 9 at work , vista explora 8 at home and its fine..:icon_thumright:
     
  6. Sock

    Sock Shark in a Goldfishes clothing

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    No probs I'll try firefox, don't like IE any way lol
     
  7. Administrators

    Administrators Administrator Staff Member Administrator Audi A4 TDi

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    Just been checking and there seems to be a few people on onther forums having the same problem with VB and IE9. Most People seem to have moved over to Chrome or Firefox..

    Sorry I can't be of much more help but the problem is caused by IE9 and we'll just have to wait and see if VB do a patch for it.

    Many thanks

    A

    Let me know
     
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