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cannot get into certain sites on IE.

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:whistling: I am having a difficult time with my internet explorer lately. First off, I will say that I am using a Linksys Wireless internet router. The "home" router is upstairs. When I first got the router, my internet worked just fine. However, that has all changed now. I noticed within a month of me using it that my IP address was located in Sioux Falls SD (I live in Bismarck ND). I also could not get into certain websites with security locks. For example, hotmail.com, amazon.com(for ordering purchases), my college campusconnection, yahoo! answers, Google Earth etc. I get into myspace and youtube just fine, but with the others I am taken to a "page cannot be displayed" It also states I am not connected to the internet, even though I clearly am. I use an anti-spyware agent, but am unable to purchase the "better" ones because my computer cannot "connect" me so I can activate my products.
Any help would be appreciated!
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