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canadianpix

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I don;t know what else to do..I am a co owner/administrator to a site w/ forums and we switched servers on the weekend ..ever since I have gotten this "page cannot be displayed error" cannot find server error..
I have cleared the cache ,restarted and rebooted more times then I can think of

Everyone else on my site can access it but me
I can get to the main page by typing in the ip address but when I click forums i get the same error message ..page cannot be displayed

I can access my site email as well..I am told its hosted on the same server

To make matters worse I have another hardrive tower..that I hooked up to the internet and I get the same error message when trying to access that site

My internet provider is saying its an issue with my computer which i am not buying because i tried a different hard drive..

a tech guy called me tonight and wanted 200 dollars to hook up his laptop basically to my internet because he doesn;t feel its my compter either..

Ihave had terms thrown around DNS routing issue thrown around but Iam lost with what that all means..I did a DNS error report today but again have no clue how to read it

Can some one PLEASE help me..

thanks
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If you "switched servers" that means you pointed the DNS servers elsewhere? It might take up to 48 hours to propagate. Clearing temp files and rebooting was a good idea, give it another few hours and try it again.
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Thanks!!
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