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Problem opening Twitter in my IE7


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biren

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iam unable to open twitter directly in my browser (IE7)
however, i can open it using a proxy server.
but i was not allowed to log in through the proxy server.

what could be the problem?

thanking you in anticipation.
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Are you trying to connect to it on your home network?
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Are you trying to connect to it on your home network?


i am sorry, i didnot un derstand your question, xtthew...
do you mean to ask if i am doing this from home? as opposed to office/work?
if so, yes, i was trying to connect tto twittwr thru my home computer.

thanks
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You can give this a try.


Open up your Start menu and click on Run
When a Run Dialog Box opens up type in cmd
A black box [Command Prompt] will open up.
When the Command Prompt opens, type in these commands.

ipconfig /release then press the Enter/Return key and wait for the command to finish
ipconfig /flushdns then press the Enter/Return key and wait for the command to finish
ipconfig /renew then press the Enter/return key and wait for the command to finish

After you've ran those three commands, open up your web browser and try to open up the twitter page.

Edited by xtthew!, 25 May 2009 - 11:22 AM.

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