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FoxxyFluff
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"Problem Loading Page" Error on Fresh Install!

I just installed PFF on my 1 GB flash drive and it won't load any websites. What could be causing this? My normal install of Firefox works just fine. Only PFF doesn't work.

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Proxy

Most likely, your PC has a proxy of some sort between it and the internet. Your local copy of FF is probably configured to use it.

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Well, I just checked, and I

Well, I just checked, and I don't have any proxy servers or settings configured. It's directly connected to the internet. So what else could it be?

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Weird

Never heard of this before.
Do some more research on your modem/router/whatever and report back here.
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Report what exactly? What

Report what exactly? What would you like to know about my cable modem?

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Well

If you use a non standard port, it may be blocking others. Any thing that might affect it.
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I don't even run it behind a

I don't even run it behind a router. I have my router on a seperate computer, so it can't be the cause of this. It's probably a driver issue or other OS-related issue, not a networking one lol.

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