Crashes browser

Hello, chernovchane. Recently my browser was few to fail: the selected page opens not the first time (there is a service page "the page Cannot be displayed", is treated refreshem (sometimes it helps right away, sometimes 1-8 times)) does not always load all the pictures from the website. Example from Twitter:



The problem is clearly not in the provider (because the Internet is stable, works fine: tested on another comp), not in the browser (as tried chrome, and Fox and IE8: the problem is similar everywhere) and it is unlikely in the sites themselves (because the problem occurs too often and at all different resources).

System (Windows XP SP3) is not rearranged, hopefully you will be able to suggest something or at least push in the right direction to solve the problem. Thanks in advance.
October 14th 19 at 12:24
7 answers
October 14th 19 at 12:26
Antivirus, firewall or something similar installed? Maybe just don't have time to check and block unknown traffic.
Windows disabled. Antivirus — Avast latest version. - tracy.DuBuque commented on October 14th 19 at 12:29
So give it (in the menu something like to go out and stop the service) and check. - Estelle.Kreiger commented on October 14th 19 at 12:32
October 14th 19 at 12:28
A possible problem with the antivirus... especially if Dr Web is installed
October 14th 19 at 12:30
The problem is definitely in the channel. 2 options: either it is too narrow or congested.
Because on another computer in the local network the problem is not observed — the error can be localized:
1. Configure Switch/Router home network. Just try to reset it. Maybe your MAC/IP was in the ban list for flooding.
2. Damaged cable from Switch/Router to your computer. Try to ring. Either a multimeter, or swap cables with another computer.
3. The network adapter on your computer. Either it is faulty, or configured incorrectly. Reset, change the MAC, put it in another slot on the motherboard, swap the adapters with another computer.
4. Congestion of the channel. Find special tools and disconnect the demanding program\services.
5. The channel is blocked or restricted. Check your computer for viruses. Disable all firewalls, antiviruses, etc. to Read and try.
6. The OS is faulty. You can try booting with a Live CD and check the connection quality there.
If all else fails — the error is not in you. Perhaps your ip+mac restricts provider.
October 14th 19 at 12:32
I have the same problem. Apparently the matter with the Belarusian Internet.
October 14th 19 at 12:34
Turn off the torrent :)
I about it: half-open.com/home_ru.htm - tracy.DuBuque commented on October 14th 19 at 12:37
Semi-open ports is of the order of hundreds. And the problem is without torrents. - Estelle.Kreiger commented on October 14th 19 at 12:40
So such a restriction on the router or on the router from your provider. - emmanuel commented on October 14th 19 at 12:43
The thing is that on another computer (as is in the next room) such problems are not observed. Yes, and I have it started suddenly and not so long ago. - tracy.DuBuque commented on October 14th 19 at 12:46
October 14th 19 at 12:36
Apparently, some even in the registry namutili, trying to "Attunity" tcp/ip.
October 14th 19 at 12:38
In safe mode with networking as the browser is running?

There is also an idea where to dig — roll back network card drivers for standard Windows. It may be that the wood manufacturer's shitty work with CP3 or conflict with some update.

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