if yours looks like that 2 then i'll post a screen shot of how it usually looks... theres usually more color, borders, just in general more graphic to the site.
ok let me know.
mine occassionaly goes like that, normally around times when tom's is having a problem, or I am d'ling a lot of other stuff. But normally a refresh and it goes away. Are you downloading using xfire or similar?
I'm using Firefox to Tom's since Explorer have some sort of cookies problem when it comes to this website and won't let my log in. I'm using XP Home Edition and use Firefox 2.0 just for toms and explorer for everything else.
im not sure where i'm supposed to enter that code? I just deleted my FireFox profile and created a new one and still the same results.
This is weird that only the hardware section is looking like this and everything else is perfectly normal..
also if i go on my dads computer. His firefox 2.0 runs toms perfectly fine. where as Internet explorer is running toms perfect on both systems...
this is alittle weird.
I'm using FF2.0 and it looks fine to me. Try clearing your cache and also, try disabling all FF extensions and themes. If this works, enable extensions one by one until you find the culprit.
Although FF checks for extension compatability, there are still some issues. I had a problem with an extension deleting all my tabs everytime I clciked the home button. Turned out that even though FF updated one of the extensions, it left behind some residual crap that messed it up.
Did you try IE7?
HAWK EYE you are the SHIZZNIT!!!
lol your the man ... your stuff worked.. i guess it was exactly what you said.
I cleared the cache, and boom it worked.
FF 2.0 does render it correctly, that's all i wanted to point out lol I have no idea why you have such problems.. i guess you tried clearing up all data / reinstalling etc.
yea im not sure either. I Upgraded to FireFox 2.0 awhile ago. 4 days ago i'd say.. and out of the blue this morning the forum looks like an rss feed.
who knows. Computers get alittle weird sometimes. lol.
Cool, glad it worked. Also, if you hold down the shift key when you hit the reload button it will force FF to bypass the cache for that page. This also works in Mozilla.