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Ok pretty much heres how it is, i have found this really good website for teens to chat on, that is actually monitored, and so all the ppl who want to cyber get kicked. So i really want back onto it, the address is
http://teen.freejavachat.com/chat.html

It runs on Java, and whenever i try to load the site it wont load for some reason. I have downloaded the latest Java update, but still nothing.

Any help would be good, cheers
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http://www.siteadvis...t_type=IEPlugin

Calling ID red flags it as well
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Strange. :whistling: I couldn't find the site in FF or IE. Got

Sorry, we couldn't find http://teen.freejavachat.com/chat.html. Here are some related websites:

then follows a list of other sites.

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mmmm well maybe they just closed it or something?Well thanks for the help guys, much appreciated
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The site is there but CallingID and site advisor flag it

[attachment=13416:Screensh...13_41_31.png]

This is using a PC without java installed
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Hey Keith:

I turned off Java in FF and still don't see the site. Guess you have to use a PC with no Java installed which I'm not willing to uninstall at this point. Kinda confused myself. :whistling:

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This is with a PC which has java installed

:whistling:

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OK. So you get that with or without Java installed. I have it installed and still didn't get it. LOL Looked into my settings and added the site's URL to my Exceptions list for Popup Blocker. Now works. :whistling:

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Um ok then? I am so confused, i did my best to allow it on FF but she still aint working, any ideas to make it work for me? I cant load the original page, so allowing pop ups doesn't really help me! :whistling:

Thanks guys, appreciate it. Btw i have a thing called e trust for my F/W. Hope that helps.
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You could turn Windows firewall on, then turn e trust off to see if it loads

Check you reverse it to windows firewall off, etrust on
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Ok i use fire fox, but i tried it and no luck =\ not happy Jan!
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Sometimes when you make these changes, you have to reboot for them to take effect. Your eTrust firewall may have an Exceptions list where you can set the site to Allow. May also have Popup Blocker/Ads options Don't use it so can't tell you. You might try adding this site to the Trusted sites zone in Internet Options (Security tab) and try IE again. FF you can try adding the site under the Privacy tab to Accept Cookies from site under the Exceptions button to Allow.

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Woot it worked! Thanks alot for helping, i appreciate it!

Have a good one, cheers :whistling:
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Don't know who helped, but you're welcome. Glad you finally got it to work. Happy Chatting. :whistling:

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Lol it was you Ron!! thanks a stack!!
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