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Old 03-21-2008, 07:45 PM   #11
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Default Re: Clicking noise when a website loads

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My problem is different I think, but sometimes, you know when you middle click, it opens a link in a new tab, well, when I do that, I hear about 20 clicks rapid fire, and my pop up block adds up like 20 more blocked sites, and then it opens the tab. It only does it when the computer is getting bogged down for some reason though.

that's cool..didn't even know you could middle click and open a link in a new tab. any way to open all your favorites in separate tabs all at once, like when you first open up ie, and want to browse through all your favorites?
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Default Re: Clicking noise when a website loads

It's been doing it to me on IE7 for the last day or 2.
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