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Website wont load in IE 6 or Firefox on my PC


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jmcconkey

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Hi,

For the last couple of weeks the website www.Loopnet.com will not load in either IE 6.0 or Firefox 2.006 or AOL OpenRide. It's a normal website (used in real estate). It works fine on other computers? Whats weird is that it doesnt work in any of the browsers. I cant find any settings in the browsers that would stop it from loading. Any ideas?
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Does it work if you click on 63.251.204.136 If it does that could indicate a dns lookup problem.
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No it does not with the IP address either. Also, I can ping both the URL and the IP address from my command prompt and I get replys. None of this makes sence.
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I went ahead and updated to IE 7 to see if that would help last night, and still not working. Figured I would give you the update. Any help would be awesome. thanks
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I am assuming this is not a browser issue, and Im now thinking I should have posted this in the Operating System forum instead of the Web Browser Formum. I am going to go ahead and post this question over there. If an admin can go ahead and close this question out that would be great. Sorry about this, I was thinking this is the correct place, but now I am thinking otherwise.
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