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IE page status says Done but page is not loaded

IE page status says Done but page is not loaded

IE page status says Done but page is not loaded

App developed in Visual Basic 5.0. The first time I load the page, the user control/login screen appears. After exiting IE app, if I immediately try to re-enter it, the IE status line indicates Done as if the page loaded but it did not--only the outline of the login form is there. Also if I try to remove the control from the ActiveX cache folder (downloaded program files) windows says it is in use. Re-booting solves the problem but if I only had a penny for every re-boot!

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RE: IE page status says Done but page is not loaded

Have you tried using the "Refresh" button???


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RE: IE page status says Done but page is not loaded

yes, I have tried refresh. I had exited IE & re-loaded IE and selected the URL again so you would think memory was freed. The outline of the form is there but it does not completely load as if it "thinks" it is loaded. I tried Refresh but no luck.

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