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etc123
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can't access websites

Post by etc123 » Wed Dec 05, 2007 8:18 am

I cannot connect to a particular website:


www.photoshopuser.com


Every other website is working with no problems.

I ran a recent cleaning routine... the normal, I've done it many times. Never had I any problems, and the computer is working fine. In fact faster since the cleaning. But the site given, is giving me some real trouble. I cannot connect:

IE7:

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I ran through all the troubleshooting suggestions listed.

Firefox:


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have been getting these errors for three days now. I've tried very hard to debug the situation:

1. Disabled my whole internet security suite
2. Lowered all security setting to minimum and Disabled Protected Mode
3. Reset Browser Defaults and Disabled all addons.
4. Tried every Alternative Browser available.
5. Did a power down sequence on my router and modem.
6. Made sure I was using a dynamic IP
7. Tested to make sure others could connect (they can)
8. Ran a test on my wireless laptop (which runs XP). Connected to everything but the site I want.
9. Did a quick run through my device manager... everything running good.
10. Ran an update on all applications.

I'm now out of ideas. I'm running Vista, but all the other computers on my home network are XP and they have the same problem.

The only thing I can think of is perhaps my ISP is not allowing this site, or perhaps it is .NET update I just installed (v.1.1 hotfix KB929729) Since my IP is dynamic, I don't think it is a issue of them banning me.

I would like any ideas you have as I have promised a member info which I can only get on this site. Any thoughts would be welcome

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Re: can't access websites

Post by Squeezebox » Wed Dec 05, 2007 8:56 am

Works fine for me, on any browser.

As you have done everything that I would suggest, I'd suspect your ISP so contact them.

Before you do, you might like to try one more reboot of your router.
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