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#1 chssmstr58

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Posted 17 April 2005 - 06:12 PM

Thanks for the help in advance. I have scanned my computer with every known progam and I am clean from all the responses. The problem is that I cannot view a certain website (golf -related) that I frequent. I can access the website on any other computer, so I am not sure what occurred over the last week to change my availability. All that occurs when I attempt to go to the website is a generic response saying the web-page is off-line or unavailable, even though this is not the case. I have cleaned my cache and have virus scanned for everything. Any help? Thanks, Doug

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Posted 18 April 2005 - 05:03 AM

Anyone?

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Posted 19 April 2005 - 04:33 PM

I have a similar problem. It started after cleaning and immunizing with MS Antispy, S&d, Adaware etc. I can view regular web pages but I am prevented from accessing ones that require me to be recognised as me. ie if I have to log on to them I can not even bring up the page. examples include: My E-bay Personal banking page Forums, etc. Funnily enough I CAN access and log onto TomCoyote. I am assuming that I have some overly zelous restriction in my internet options config, but the darn thing eludes me after hours of trial and error. Llama Man

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