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    I am having a problem when I click # Unread Posts I get "Sorry - no matches. Please try some different terms."
    I have upgrade to IE 9 but it even happens if I go into compatibility view it has been happening for a while.


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    Hmmmm. Not sure what to tell ya.

    Hope someone else has some insight for ya.

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    It just worked with out a problem I have had it work a time or two but 95% of the time it just give me the error.

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    IE9 is the problem you need to un-install it or go with FireFox.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Chiefster View Post
    IE9 is the problem you need to un-install it or go with FireFox.
    I suppected that myself so I just uninstalled ie 9 including the reboot and I am now running ie 8 but still having the problem. This is the same system including OS that I have been running for 18 months I am at a loss as to what could be causing it. I am not having any other problems other than this web site and I sure miss it. I do have Firefox installed and the site works fine with it so it has to be something that changed in IE.

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    Having the exact same problem. I guess I'll try installing Firefox


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    Quote Originally Posted by N TX Dave View Post
    I suppected that myself so I just uninstalled ie 9 including the reboot and I am now running ie 8 but still having the problem. This is the same system including OS that I have been running for 18 months I am at a loss as to what could be causing it. I am not having any other problems other than this web site and I sure miss it. I do have Firefox installed and the site works fine with it so it has to be something that changed in IE.

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    Having the exact same problem. I guess I'll try installing Firefox
    I use FF almost exclusively. It sounds as if you may need to clean your registry. To do this one must be very, very careful; there are registry cleaners out there that you can trust and others you cannot. I use Glary Utilities. It is a free and effective program; should you choose to use it.

    Glary Utilities Download - Free Utilities to Clean Registry, Fix PC Errors, Clean Privacy


    Here's how to use the program after you download it: [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hHHUP9V1SXg"]YouTube - ‪Free Software! [HD]: Tools: Glary Utilities Helps Optimize Windows System and Registry‬‏[/ame]

    Hope this helps.
    Last edited by Chiefster; 06-28-2011 at 06:15 PM.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Chiefster View Post
    I use FF almost exclusively. It sounds as if you may need to clean your registry. To do this one must be very, very careful; there are registry cleaners out there that you can trust and others you cannot. I use Glary Utilities. It is a free and effective program; should you choose to use it.

    Glary Utilities Download - Free Utilities to Clean Registry, Fix PC Errors, Clean Privacy


    Here's how to use the program after you download it:

    Hope this helps.
    I had PCTools registry and ran it and that fixed it do not know if it would have fixed IE 9 or not but I am not going to try it. Thanks for the help.


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    thank you Chiefster!


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    Quote Originally Posted by N TX Dave View Post
    I had PCTools registry and ran it and that fixed it do not know if it would have fixed IE 9 or not but I am not going to try it. Thanks for the help.

    Quote Originally Posted by AkChief49 View Post
    thank you Chiefster!
    Not a problem guys; just glad to be of some help.


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