Hey hey all, I've got a little problem that I've been battling with for the past few weeks that is really stumping me, so I thought you guys out there might have some more insight. I'm taking Cisco CCNA and while last year I took CCNA 1 and 2 and was able to log into the cisco.netacad.net website and use it fine on my Mac using Firefox, never Safari. This year neither work (including the older version 1.5 of Firefox which I had last year!). Basically it stops on a white page while trying to load a java script page when I first log in. This is happening with my Mac and my friends Mac on Safari, Firefox, Opera, Flock, Camino, Netscape. Any ideas for a work around? It used to work, just! I haven't really got access to a Windows machine, but it works fine on one when I get access, so I tried Classic and IE 5.2 for Mac, which logged me on fine, but then asked me to install Flash Player. (This leads me onto my other slight problem!). So I download the flash player (version 7 I think, it's what Adobe send you to for unsupported systems now) that I have been prompted to download (I'm already running the latest version for OS X for Safari etc). What downloads is a file called "shockwave_flash_np_ppc.hqx" which gets extracted immediately into a file called "Shockwave Flash NP-PPC". Now, being as I have Classic installed, it thinks this file is a Netscape Browser (from inside Classic) plug in of some kind so only thinks Netscape can open it through Classic, when it does it just gives me a page of gobbledygook (rubbish/random lines of code!). How exactly to I use and install this file? How do I get to open IE from inside Classic?...as it currently opens in OS X normally? I have Classic installed. So two things for you to think about, why does anything on the Mac not load this page properly? and How do I install that strange Flash file? Thanks all!