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For about a week now, I'm not able to go to my HOTMAIL from the MSN logon screen of Internet Explorer 7. I'm using Windows XP.

I have a second full size computer and a laptop, and the same things happens when I try to get into HOTMAIL using them.

The icom spins for about 20 seconds and then I get the message 'INTERNET EXPLORER CANNOT DISPLAY THE WEBPAGE'. It offers a button to check the connection, and after I do that, it states the connection is fine. The only way I can get my HOTMAIL emails is to run to the library and logon.

I then purchased REG DEFENSE hoping the problem might be with a register or other corrutped file, but that ended up making no difference. Then I went in and cleared the history, cookies etc and still no difference.

PLEASE HELP ANYONE!!!!!!!!!!
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Are you able to browse to any other website?
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I can browse the entire internet with MSN . . . except open the HOTMAIL option.
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How are you trying to access it? A bookmark, toolbar, typing www.hotmail.com in the address bar?
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