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I* still can't reply my browser says unsupported browser what does that mean I'm still the computer idiot. Billie


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Posted 18 June 2013 - 10:07 PM

I still can't reply. I keep getting an unsupported browser message. I have no idea how to fix that. Billie



#2 Trey

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Posted 19 June 2013 - 11:55 AM

Try this:

click on this link:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/967897

About halfway down click on the phrase:  + I can access some websites, but not all of them

It will open a link called: Fix it for me  Click on that phrase

It opens a little "Repair Man" icon saying Fix It.  Click on that, then follow the instructions from there

Note: you may need to download a more recent version of Internet Explorer:  If so, do it here:

http://windows.micro...rer/download-ie



#3 janne

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Posted 01 July 2013 - 08:23 PM

Billie,


I have not been able to get onto the site either, other than to just read. This is the first time ever this has happened. I am currently on a different computer which is not affected. I tried Trey's advice along with some other advice, tried putting a different Microsoft Internet Explorer back on (older version) and I have not had any luck. Very frustrating.


Dx'd: 8/2008. Started Gleevec 400 mg 11/08. 

Drug break 2011.

Started Tasigna 4/11 450 mg.

Reduction to 300 mg Tasigna 1/2012.

PCRU 9/2012.

12/2012 Detectable.

PCRU 4/2013 through 3/2015. (Reduced to 150 mg 7/2014)

12/2015  ? slightly detectable at probably less than 0.01% per Mayo Clinic.

4/2016 PCRU. Still at 150 mg Tasigna.

 

CESSATION: stopped treatment 7/20/2017. 

9/6/2017:  barely detectable at 0.01%. 

12/11/2017: PCR at 0.09% (did not do the monthly PCR testing.) 

12/18/2017: Inevitable call from Onc. Started back on Tasigna at 150 mg. (Considering Sprycel low dose.) 


#4 naddyafoxfire

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Posted 01 July 2013 - 11:25 PM

I was having trouble commenting on the site yesterday, but my only internet is on my phone, and we have poor signal at the house sometimes, especially when the weather is bad. I don't think you're a computer idiot, it's just the internet. Like when you send an email or text that never gets there, I always say it went into the "ethernet". Like the Bermuda triangle of internet lol.



#5 janne

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Posted 04 July 2013 - 10:04 AM

Trey, I did not meant to sound dismissive regarding your advice on this issue. I had received some other advice stating that perhaps the newest version of Microsoft Internet Explorer was not compatible with the site, so because I previously had no problems over the last few years, that perhaps going back to an earlier version of MIE might be worth a try. I was unable to do this. In re-reading my earlier post, it sounds like I was doing the opposite of what you said to do (as I already had the newer version). My post was not very clear. Had to come back and say how great it is to get help in so many areas from you, Trey, and others on this site, and even with our technical issues as pertains to accessing this board. Thank you so much ! I did end up downloading Google chrome as Billie did and it now works perfect. All pages and features of the site load appropriately and I am able to post without logging onto our older computer with sluggish Windows XP with who knows what version of MIE. Thanks you guys !   Janne


Dx'd: 8/2008. Started Gleevec 400 mg 11/08. 

Drug break 2011.

Started Tasigna 4/11 450 mg.

Reduction to 300 mg Tasigna 1/2012.

PCRU 9/2012.

12/2012 Detectable.

PCRU 4/2013 through 3/2015. (Reduced to 150 mg 7/2014)

12/2015  ? slightly detectable at probably less than 0.01% per Mayo Clinic.

4/2016 PCRU. Still at 150 mg Tasigna.

 

CESSATION: stopped treatment 7/20/2017. 

9/6/2017:  barely detectable at 0.01%. 

12/11/2017: PCR at 0.09% (did not do the monthly PCR testing.) 

12/18/2017: Inevitable call from Onc. Started back on Tasigna at 150 mg. (Considering Sprycel low dose.) 


#6 mark1963

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Posted 04 July 2013 - 06:08 PM

thanks for the chrome tip. ever since IE 10 downloaded i haven't been able to reply.

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