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This is a problem I have seen posted here and on other sites but have never seen a posting that said it was fixed!

Here is the problem: After 5 minutes or so of working normally, IE will no longer display webpages. The seems to be a problem just with the http protocol. And, this problem does not occur when booted in safe mode with networking.

I have tried reseting the winsock catalog (netsh winsock reset ), I have tried resetting tcpip (netsh int ip reset log.txt), I have run antivirus scans and malware scans, and I have tried system restores. In fact, I have tried to so many things I think I have rebooted my computer at least 50 times today!

I know the problem is with my computer as I am able to connect just fine thru other machines located on my home network. This problem just started two days ago and I cannot recall installing any software.

There are several other threads here marked Solved that address the same problem. But none of those marked solved actually give a solution.

Please help, I am at my wit's end.

Thanks,

Gordon

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If someone has any ideas, please share. I just developed the identical problem today!

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hi
im not a faan of IE nor a user but have you tried upgrading your IE version.the problem might lie in your registry also so try a registry Mechanic if you didnt try it yet.
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I have the same issue and here are my specifics.

Only port 80, on all browsers.
Only one specific profile on the one PC is having the issue.

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Same problem here. It's intermittent, but seems worse if I have multiple user sessions or have put it to sleep and then woken it up

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port 80? perhaps i am a wrong, but why would the browser want to be using port 80?

if it is indeed using port 80, and persisting, i would suspect some other application has the port reserved. hope that helps...

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