The choking is when it tries to load the Macromedia Flash. 
It must be something with their site and your Java installation. I have a
local site that does the same thing to mine. (I have to uninstall flash and
reinstall it to see the site).
Wish I had another guess.
Good luck,
John

-----Original Message-----
From: M. Lazarus [mailto:mlazarus@xxxxxxxx]
Sent: Sunday, September 07, 2003 2:20 PM
To: PC Technical Discussion for iSeries Users
Subject: RE: [PcTech] IE partial lockups


John,

  I tried that.  Then things seemed to get a little worse.  Instead of just 
choking up, it would clear the page and choke, seemingly sooner!  So I 
downloaded the latest Flash plug-in and I'm back to the old style 
problem.  Any other suggestions?  Thanks.

  -mark

At 9/4/03 07:27 PM, you wrote:
>Try uninstalling Macromedia Flash. There is an uninstall at their site.
>John Brandt
>iStudio400.com
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: M. Lazarus [mailto:mlazarus@xxxxxxxx]
>Sent: Thursday, September 04, 2003 5:59 PM
>To: pctech@xxxxxxxxxxxx
>Subject: [PcTech] IE partial lockups
>
>
>   I have a problem w/ IE kind of choking.  This seems to happen only on
>eBay.  After a few clicks (the number varies) I have to close down the
>browser an start another one.  I'm not sure if this is a browser setting or
>some firewall / router thing.
>
>   Other sites work fine.  Has anyone run across something similar?
>
>   TIA.
>
>   -mark
>
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