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Hello everyone.i want to ask about a problem i have with a macbook pro.some sites doesnt viewed properly,no images,just simple text.not even the blank boxes that shows that there supposed to be image.also these sites are very slow.some of these sites are,facebook and yahoo mail,facebook sometimes works.also this happens at firefox,safari and ie via bootcamp.another computer with xp at the same wifi network works good
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