New Tabs open Blank


  1.    12 Feb 2009 #1
    LMO Guest

    New Tabs open Blank


    Aloha all. Minor issue, but annoying...Vista Home Premium, IE7. When I open
    a new tab I get the Blank Tab page. I have checked the Internet Tools item
    for Open Home Page instead of a Blank page, but no joy. How can I get a new
    tab to open to my home page...like I checked?
    Thanks all!

      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  2.    12 Feb 2009 #2
    Saucy Guest

    Re: New Tabs open Blank


    "LMO" <lmo01@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:gn2r5j$aro$1@xxxxxx

    > Aloha all. Minor issue, but annoying...Vista Home Premium, IE7. When I
    > open a new tab I get the Blank Tab page. I have checked the Internet Tools
    > item for Open Home Page instead of a Blank page, but no joy. How can I get
    > a new tab to open to my home page...like I checked?
    > Thanks all!

    Start IE > if the system menu isn't showing press the Alt key > Tools >
    Internet Options > in the "Tabs" section click the "Settings" button > check
    the "Open home page for new tabs instead of black page" checkbox > click any
    OKs

    Saucy

      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  3.    13 Feb 2009 #3
    LMO Guest

    Re: New Tabs open Blank


    I already did that, and the new tab still comes up blank. Any other ideas?
    This worked fine under XP, but isn't working under Vista.

    "Saucy" <saucylemon@xxxxxx> wrote in message
    news:OPW5UHZjJHA.1928@xxxxxx

    > "LMO" <lmo01@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:gn2r5j$aro$1@xxxxxx

    >> Aloha all. Minor issue, but annoying...Vista Home Premium, IE7. When I
    >> open a new tab I get the Blank Tab page. I have checked the Internet
    >> Tools item for Open Home Page instead of a Blank page, but no joy. How
    >> can I get a new tab to open to my home page...like I checked?
    >> Thanks all!
    >
    >
    > Start IE > if the system menu isn't showing press the Alt key > Tools >
    > Internet Options > in the "Tabs" section click the "Settings" button >
    > check the "Open home page for new tabs instead of black page" checkbox >
    > click any OKs
    >
    > Saucy
      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  4.    13 Feb 2009 #4
    Saucy Guest

    Re: New Tabs open Blank


    "LMO" <lmo01@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:gn4l5f$288$1@xxxxxx

    >I already did that, and the new tab still comes up blank. Any other ideas?
    >This worked fine under XP, but isn't working under Vista.
    >
    > "Saucy" <saucylemon@xxxxxx> wrote in message
    > news:OPW5UHZjJHA.1928@xxxxxx

    >> "LMO" <lmo01@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:gn2r5j$aro$1@xxxxxx

    >>> Aloha all. Minor issue, but annoying...Vista Home Premium, IE7. When I
    >>> open a new tab I get the Blank Tab page. I have checked the Internet
    >>> Tools item for Open Home Page instead of a Blank page, but no joy. How
    >>> can I get a new tab to open to my home page...like I checked?
    >>> Thanks all!
    >>
    >>
    >> Start IE > if the system menu isn't showing press the Alt key > Tools >
    >> Internet Options > in the "Tabs" section click the "Settings" button >
    >> check the "Open home page for new tabs instead of black page" checkbox >
    >> click any OKs
    >>
    >> Saucy
    >

    Do you have a homepage set?

    Saucy

      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  5.    13 Feb 2009 #5
    LMO Guest

    Re: New Tabs open Blank


    Homepage is set to Yahoo. When I open IE, it opens to Yahoo, but when I open
    a new tab, it opens blank (Vista Home Premium).
    Thanks.

    "Saucy" <saucylemon@xxxxxx> wrote in message
    news:utlriRjjJHA.4976@xxxxxx

    > "LMO" <lmo01@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:gn4l5f$288$1@xxxxxx

    >>I already did that, and the new tab still comes up blank. Any other ideas?
    >>This worked fine under XP, but isn't working under Vista.
    >>
    >> "Saucy" <saucylemon@xxxxxx> wrote in message
    >> news:OPW5UHZjJHA.1928@xxxxxx

    >>> "LMO" <lmo01@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:gn2r5j$aro$1@xxxxxx
    >>>> Aloha all. Minor issue, but annoying...Vista Home Premium, IE7. When I
    >>>> open a new tab I get the Blank Tab page. I have checked the Internet
    >>>> Tools item for Open Home Page instead of a Blank page, but no joy. How
    >>>> can I get a new tab to open to my home page...like I checked?
    >>>> Thanks all!
    >>>
    >>>
    >>> Start IE > if the system menu isn't showing press the Alt key > Tools >
    >>> Internet Options > in the "Tabs" section click the "Settings" button >
    >>> check the "Open home page for new tabs instead of black page" checkbox >
    >>> click any OKs
    >>>
    >>> Saucy
    >>
    >
    >
    > Do you have a homepage set?
    >
    > Saucy
      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  6.    13 Feb 2009 #6
    Saucy Guest

    Re: New Tabs open Blank


    "LMO" <lmo01@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:gn5580$leu$1@xxxxxx

    > Homepage is set to Yahoo. When I open IE, it opens to Yahoo, but when I
    > open a new tab, it opens blank (Vista Home Premium).
    > Thanks.
    >
    > "Saucy" <saucylemon@xxxxxx> wrote in message
    > news:utlriRjjJHA.4976@xxxxxx

    >> "LMO" <lmo01@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:gn4l5f$288$1@xxxxxx

    >>>I already did that, and the new tab still comes up blank. Any other
    >>>ideas? This worked fine under XP, but isn't working under Vista.
    >>>
    >>> "Saucy" <saucylemon@xxxxxx> wrote in message
    >>> news:OPW5UHZjJHA.1928@xxxxxx
    >>>> "LMO" <lmo01@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:gn2r5j$aro$1@xxxxxx
    >>>>> Aloha all. Minor issue, but annoying...Vista Home Premium, IE7. When I
    >>>>> open a new tab I get the Blank Tab page. I have checked the Internet
    >>>>> Tools item for Open Home Page instead of a Blank page, but no joy. How
    >>>>> can I get a new tab to open to my home page...like I checked?
    >>>>> Thanks all!
    >>>>
    >>>>
    >>>> Start IE > if the system menu isn't showing press the Alt key > Tools >
    >>>> Internet Options > in the "Tabs" section click the "Settings" button >
    >>>> check the "Open home page for new tabs instead of black page" checkbox
    >>>> > click any OKs
    >>>>
    >>>> Saucy
    >>>
    >>
    >>
    >> Do you have a homepage set?
    >>
    >> Saucy
    >

    Do you have 2 homepages perhaps .. is Yahoo right at the top of the list?

    Saucy

      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  7.    13 Feb 2009 #7
    Borne Aching Guest

    Re: New Tabs open Blank


    "LMO" <lmo01@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:gn2r5j$aro$1@xxxxxx

    > Aloha all. Minor issue, but annoying...Vista Home Premium, IE7. When I
    > open a new tab I get the Blank Tab page. I have checked the Internet Tools
    > item for Open Home Page instead of a Blank page, but no joy. How can I get
    > a new tab to open to my home page...like I checked?
    > Thanks all!

    When the blank page opens, check the box that says something like "Don't
    show this again"

      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  8.    14 Feb 2009 #8
    Gene E. Bloch Guest

    Re: New Tabs open Blank


    On Fri, 13 Feb 2009 22:18:15 -0500, Borne Aching wrote:

    > "LMO" <lmo01@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:gn2r5j$aro$1@xxxxxx

    >> Aloha all. Minor issue, but annoying...Vista Home Premium, IE7. When I
    >> open a new tab I get the Blank Tab page. I have checked the Internet Tools
    >> item for Open Home Page instead of a Blank page, but no joy. How can I get
    >> a new tab to open to my home page...like I checked?
    >> Thanks all!
    >
    >
    > When the blank page opens, check the box that says something like "Don't
    > show this again"
    He has. In this instance, it's *actually* called "I have checked the
    Internet Tools item ...".

    --
    Gene E. Bloch letters0x40blochg0x2Ecom
      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  9.    15 Feb 2009 #9
    LMO Guest

    Re: New Tabs open Blank


    So is there no way to open a new tab to the home page in Visa Home Premium?
    I could do this in XP no problem.
    Thanks.

    "LMO" <lmo01@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:gn4l5f$288$1@xxxxxx

    >I already did that, and the new tab still comes up blank. Any other ideas?
    >This worked fine under XP, but isn't working under Vista.
    >
    > "Saucy" <saucylemon@xxxxxx> wrote in message
    > news:OPW5UHZjJHA.1928@xxxxxx

    >> "LMO" <lmo01@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:gn2r5j$aro$1@xxxxxx

    >>> Aloha all. Minor issue, but annoying...Vista Home Premium, IE7. When I
    >>> open a new tab I get the Blank Tab page. I have checked the Internet
    >>> Tools item for Open Home Page instead of a Blank page, but no joy. How
    >>> can I get a new tab to open to my home page...like I checked?
    >>> Thanks all!
    >>
    >>
    >> Start IE > if the system menu isn't showing press the Alt key > Tools >
    >> Internet Options > in the "Tabs" section click the "Settings" button >
    >> check the "Open home page for new tabs instead of black page" checkbox >
    >> click any OKs
    >>
    >> Saucy
    >
      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  10.    15 Feb 2009 #10
    Earle Horton Guest

    Re: New Tabs open Blank


    Works fine for me. What it says below.

    Earle

    "LMO" <lmo01@xxxxxx> escribió en el mensaje de noticias
    news:gnar3h$h4m$1@xxxxxx

    > So is there no way to open a new tab to the home page in Visa Home
    > Premium? I could do this in XP no problem.
    > Thanks.
    >
    > "LMO" <lmo01@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:gn4l5f$288$1@xxxxxx

    >>I already did that, and the new tab still comes up blank. Any other ideas?
    >>This worked fine under XP, but isn't working under Vista.
    >>
    >> "Saucy" <saucylemon@xxxxxx> wrote in message
    >> news:OPW5UHZjJHA.1928@xxxxxx

    >>> "LMO" <lmo01@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:gn2r5j$aro$1@xxxxxx
    >>>> Aloha all. Minor issue, but annoying...Vista Home Premium, IE7. When I
    >>>> open a new tab I get the Blank Tab page. I have checked the Internet
    >>>> Tools item for Open Home Page instead of a Blank page, but no joy. How
    >>>> can I get a new tab to open to my home page...like I checked?
    >>>> Thanks all!
    >>>
    >>>
    >>> Start IE > if the system menu isn't showing press the Alt key > Tools >
    >>> Internet Options > in the "Tabs" section click the "Settings" button >
    >>> check the "Open home page for new tabs instead of black page" checkbox >
    >>> click any OKs
    >>>
    >>> Saucy
    >>
    >
      My System SpecsSystem Spec

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