Some sites do not load completely?

Question

On internet only - some sites do not load completely although indicate "done". The full page of the site shows but only the top part of the page has words. Outlines of sections of page show without any words.

Boxes don't have words. For example, when I want to print and click to do so, the box to click print has no words.

I have no idea what is gong on here. Can you help?

Thanks

Answer

This question was answered on February 10, 2005. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.

You need some java files for your computer in order to get this specific images To do so just go to:

http://zone.msn.com/bejeweled

Determining the scope of the Java problem

To determine the scope of the Java problem, follow these steps: 1 Visit the following MSN Java Web site: http://zone.msn.com/bejeweled

2 If the Java program operates correctly, the problem is probably specific to one Web site Follow the steps in the "Java Problems on One Web Site" section in this article If neither of the Java programs operate correctly, the problem is most likely specific to all Web sites Follow the steps in the "Java Problems on All Web Sites" section in this article

Java problems on one Web site

If you cannot view a Web site that contains Java programs, but can view other Web sites that contain Java programs, follow these steps to resolve the issue: 1 Click Start, click Run, type control inetcpl.cpl, and then click OK

2 For Internet Explorer 3.x, on the Advanced tab, click to clear the Enable Java JIT Compiler check box, and then click OK For Internet Explorer 4.x, 5.x, and 6, on the Advanced tab, click to clear the JIT Compiler for virtual machine enabled (requires restart) check box, and then click OK

3 Restart Internet Explorer, visit the Web site that exhibited the problem, and then test to determine whether the issue has been resolved

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Posted by Eramilde of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on February 10, 2005