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I am now having this problem opening Walmart.com.  I have Windows 7.  I used to be able to get on with no problem.  Now just blank white screen.  Tried both IE11 and Chrome.  HELP PLEASE and thank you


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Your problem may be your DNS Server configuration.  Usually let DNS be obtained automatically.  In Windows 7 (other OS's similar):

 

Control Panel....
Network and Sharing Center...
Change Adapter Settings...
Right Click Connection...Properties....
Click on each TCP/IP connection...
Make sure "Obtain DNS Server Address Automatically" is selected.
 
Hope this helps.
 
Arnieh

 

Hi Arnieh,

I'm new to the site.  I've been searching the web for a solution to this problem for almost 2 months.  I have tried so many "solutions" that didn't work I was about to resign myself to being hard-wired forever.

 

Fortunately, your solution worked instantly.  Who knew it could be so simple.  Thank you for curing my "headache".

 

capecodderr


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I am now having this problem opening Walmart.com.  I have Windows 7.  I used to be able to get on with no problem.  Now just blank white screen.  Tried both IE11 and Chrome.  HELP PLEASE and thank you

Jude419.....please follow the DNS configuration steps in this thread and your problem should be solved. Let me know how you make-out. Thx. Arnieh.


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Your problem may be your DNS Server configuration.  Usually let DNS be obtained automatically.  In Windows 7 (other OS's similar):

 

Control Panel....
Network and Sharing Center...
Change Adapter Settings...
Right Click Connection...Properties....
Click on each TCP/IP connection...
Make sure "Obtain DNS Server Address Automatically" is selected.
 
Hope this helps.
 
Arnieh

 

Hi Arnieh,

I'm new to the site.  I've been searching the web for a solution to this problem for almost 2 months.  I have tried so many "solutions" that didn't work I was about to resign myself to being hard-wired forever.

 

Fortunately, your solution worked instantly.  Who knew it could be so simple.  Thank you for curing my "headache".T

 

capecodderr

 

You are very welcome, capecodderr. Cold day on Cape Code? Arnieh


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Your problem may be your DNS Server configuration.  Usually let DNS be obtained automatically.  In Windows 7 (other OS's similar):

 

Control Panel....
Network and Sharing Center...
Change Adapter Settings...
Right Click Connection...Properties....
Click on each TCP/IP connection...
Make sure "Obtain DNS Server Address Automatically" is selected.
 
Hope this helps.
 
Arnieh

 

Hi Arnieh,

I'm new to the site.  I've been searching the web for a solution to this problem for almost 2 months.  I have tried so many "solutions" that didn't work I was about to resign myself to being hard-wired forever.

 

Fortunately, your solution worked instantly.  Who knew it could be so simple.  Thank you for curing my "headache".T

 

capecodderr

 

You are very welcome, capecodderr. Cold day on Cape Code? Arnieh

 

Short answer, BRRRRRR!!  It was 2 degrees this AM, willl be close to 40 tomorrow afternoon.  cc


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