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I cannot get to espn.com


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ok, So I installed IE7 when I got my internet back and everyhting works fine except when I try to go to some certain pages. the main problem/page that I cannot load is espn.com... I get a no internet connection everytime. I've tried unloading zonealarm which is my firewall and went without windows firewall and had the same results. Ive tried closing all sorts of programs to find the answer but I cannopt figure out why this site will not load. What sucks for me is that I am a big sports fan and I cannot get to that site. I made it to the page once, and I could not get anywhere else on the site. Now I cannot even get to that site without the "no internet connection found/ diagnose problems link" which only says "error on page" in the bottom left corner. I thought it may have been IE7 so I installed mozilla 2.0... which Mozilla gives me the same problem... might this be a malware issue?... If anyone has a solution to this problem or advise, it would be greatly appreciated... thank you
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figured out why, If you are running peer guardian 2.0 you have to click allow http after you open the program. I can't believe it took me so long to figure it out.
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