Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Calling all Blogging Friends

I have a wierd blogging problem that just recently started. I am wondering if any of you have had this and what you can do about it.
When I am visiting other blogs, all of a sudden I will get a blank page warning. When that happens I cannot close out of whatever blog I am in and I can't get out of the blank page. If I try to end task, I get more and more blank pages....The only thing I can do is hard shut down my computer and reboot. Now I have run all my scans and there is nothing showing as a virus....I am wondering if this is a blogger issue...any advice? Thanks


Sandra said...

Hi Ceekay! I wonder what's going on? I don't have that exact problem but I do get a warning saying "operation aborted" but that only happens when I am using IE. When I am using Google Chrome, I do not have that problem. It could be an issue with blogger and IE.
Have a good evening my friend. :)

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Happy Summer!

dana said...

Hi CeeKay,

I'm a "computer dufus". When things don't work, I call on my friend's teenage son for help! :)

I haven't had THAT happen--yet. I hope someone will give you some info so you can get it taken care of!!

L, Dana

Lady Katherine said...

A while back this happen to me while using Internet Explorer 7. I think, I went and got updates for it and it stopped. I now trying out Google Chrome as my browser, instead of Internet Exployer for the last few week. My computer has gone on high speed! lol I do have the highest DSL, Google Chrome it flys! lol My computer is an older one. So for it to go as fast as my new one I had at work! It is great so far! Hope you are feeling great today! Beside the computer problem!

Beth at Aunties said...


Just happened an hour ago! It has happened before and it does exactly the same...I would love answer to this. I hope our blogging friends come to our aid!
I also hope you are doing well!:)


Ashley ~ said...

I had the very same thing happening to me with the blank page thing. I have no idea what caused it. I too have run scans which come out clean, and I have sent reports to Windows about it, and knock on wood, it hasn't happened for a few days now. I will watch back on your comments and see if anyone else has this happening and has any ideas.

_Ashley ~

Stacey said...

Several people have mentioned that problem. I have had it too. A week or so ago I could barely blog because of that sinister window. It seems to be a Blogger/Internet Explorer connection. I saw someone say to update Internet Explorer to the newest version but I didn't. It seems to have gotten somewhat better on it's own.

Sorry I have no wisdom only empathy.

Kris Dickinson said...

Hi. I got your post on my blog and came over to have a look. You do have the Followers gadget on your other blog and this might be the problem. Try taking it off and see if that doesn't fix the multiple load problem. Blogger is suppose to be fixing this but I've had it with the problems with this gadget so I'm going to leave it off my blogs in the future. Hope this helps. - Kris

Connie said...

Sorry, I haven't a clue!! Having issues here of another sort - so much so that Computer Rescue is on it's way in about an hour. Gotta get it straightened out, cause I start working online today!

Hope someone has a solution....the last gal's ideas sounded promising.

Hope you're feeling ok, today, ceekay. Let me know

love ya,
your cuz'

Anonymous said...

I'm happy to say I have not had this problem. Sounds like people are having problems with IE. I absolutely love my Mac. Hubby uses the old PC. He teases me and tells me he wishes he had a nice computer like mine. I let him use mine occasionally. lol
Anyway, he recently switched from IE to Firefox. I think it is much better.

Smilingsal said...

I haven't had this problem, and I sure hope I don't.

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