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post #1 of 32 (permalink) Old 02-13-2016, 08:01 AM Thread Starter
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Site slows to a crawl

The past couple of months, I have noticed when I'm on this site my computer slows to a very slow crawl. I will click or scroll and it takes up to 30 seconds to respond. When I'm typing, I have to stop after 2 or 3 letters for it to catch up. It has taken me about 5 minutes just to type this letter this far. If I click on "next page" it takes up to a minute to respond and load. Quite often, I get a pop-up that says script has stopped running and I have to get out of the site and restart.

I am not having this issue on any other site. I'm running Windows 7 Premium Home Edition with all updates, and almost daily run Avast and MalWareBytes. (I uninstalled the other anti-virus). I run CCleaner and Disk Cleanup every week or two. Flash Player and similar programs are all updated automatically. Also, I use Mozilla Firefox and keep it updated.

Am I the only one having this problem? I love this forum, but it's frustrating to spend 10 minutes just opening it and checking the New Posts.

Hopefully there is a simple answer for a setting on my computer that needs changed or something else I am maybe doing wrong. Thanks for your help. Keep up the great work - love the forum!

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It seems much like today's Yahoo is and is causing problems when you log in. I am still having problems with posts but on a random basis, not every time.

Great example of if it is not broke, maybe just tweek but don't overhaul it.
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EDIT: I can't go back and edit the original post, but I left a word out. The first sentence should read "....... when I'm on this site my computer often slows ......."

It doesn't happen every time - maybe half the time.

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EDIT: I can't go back and edit the original post, but I left a word out. The first sentence should read "....... when I'm on this site my computer often slows ......."

It doesn't happen every time - maybe half the time.
If it's the whole computer, see if you can pull up a task manager and see what specific routines are chewing up CPU & memory.
Firefox in particular doesn't play well with flash Ads all the time so will sometimes choke on that in the fashion you describe. If you kill the task (flash in this example) you lose the advertisements (Oh No!!:-O) but the machine will free up.
Various AV programs can cause similar lags if they conflict with each other, or Ads. This doesn't rule out actual malware of course, but it's something to look at.

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Have you tried deleting your browser history and cookies. I need to do that about once a month or so.

Also, are you running any script or ad blockers?

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Have you tried deleting your browser history and cookies. I need to do that about once a month or so.

Also, are you running any script or ad blockers?
The CCleaner and Windows disc cleanup both delete browser history and cookies, so yes to that question.

I don't know of any settings for script blocker. The ad blocker is the medium setting on security page. Any other suggestions on that would be appreciated.

BTW - it has taken me 8 minutes to open the thread, click "quote" and write this. And I type 30-35 wpm.

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If it's the whole computer, see if you can pull up a task manager and see what specific routines are chewing up CPU & memory.
Firefox in particular doesn't play well with flash Ads all the time so will sometimes choke on that in the fashion you describe. If you kill the task (flash in this example) you lose the advertisements (Oh No!!:-O) but the machine will free up.
Various AV programs can cause similar lags if they conflict with each other, or Ads. This doesn't rule out actual malware of course, but it's something to look at.

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Thanks. I'm pretty sure it's not a virus or malware since I run scans regularly (Avast, MalWareBytes, AdAware). Besides, it seems to be just this site that this happens. I will talk to my son (aerospace engineer and computer geek extraordinaire) about checking the AV and pop-up settings. Again, it seems like it would affect other sites too. I will update if I figure anything out.

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Well, 30 seconds into today's visit and the page comes to a screeching halt and this pops up again:

A script on this page may be busy, or it may have stopped responding. You can stop the script now, open the script in the debugger, or let the script continue.

Script: https://secure-ds.serving-sys.…ursti...LVPAIDBR.js:17

My wife has been on her regular sites (all clean - no shopping or porn sites LOL) and I checked out my gmail accounts with no problems. Then, once again, I get to this forum and BAMM! No matter which choice I click (Continue, Stop Script, Debug Script) the page is still locked until I Control-Alt-Delete and end task.

Yesterday, I went into Mozilla and deleted ALL cookies and browsing history/caches. Did Disc Cleanup, and ran both Avast and MalWareBytes to check for nasties living in the cracks. Nothing.

Frustrating.

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I usually use chrome, but also mozilla. Chrome works the best, mozilla also works, but a bit slower.

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I know this does not help but....

I am using Firefox and Win 7 Home Premium. I go to many different web pages daily. I use SuperAntiSpyware and Malwarebytes once a week to clean cookies and 1 antivirus program.

I do not have the same issues. Sometimes my connection is slow and what I find is I have 7 Mbps over 768 Kbps ADSL service and my son is upstairs downloading a movie or program.

Check your connection speed at speedof.me for a "Java and Flash Free" speedtest.

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