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i can not access any google or you tube


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when i go to google.com or you tube.com this message keeps telling me is Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage n i dont know what can have done this or what to do help me plz
thank u for ur time

Edited by tony0121, 30 May 2011 - 10:48 AM.

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I strongly advise you to edit your post and delete your email.
You are likely to attract all sorts of spam.

Can you connect to any webpage or is it redirected to a page you have not asked for.
Is your home page changed.

Edited by Macboatmaster, 29 May 2011 - 09:14 AM.

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Try running IE without Add-ons (click on Start then Run, type iexplore -extoff and press Enter), see if things work better. If so then one of the Add-ons is causing the problem.

Click on Tools / Manage Add-ons. Disable a few at a time until you find the one causing the problem, then uninstall it or leave it disabled. Enable the other ones you disabled.
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no it actually tells me that Oops! Internet Explorer could not connect it dont even redirect me to anywere thanks.

Edited by tony0121, 30 May 2011 - 11:05 AM.

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thank u i will disable one by one n see if that will do it thanks
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:) n still didnt work guys it told me that Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage but if i type yahoo it works but if i try google or you tube it will tell me that message i wonder what can it be thanks ps n yes sr i do have windows xp

Edited by tony0121, 30 May 2011 - 12:34 PM.

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Try it with FireFoxand see if the same thing happens. If it does then it's a global Windows problem (are you usig XP?). If not it's an IE specific problem.
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May I suggest after trying the last from Ztruker that you also try
Start, run type cmd
In the window that opens at the prompt type ping www.google.com
See if it will return 4 packets sent and 4 received . 0 lost.
You could also try pinging the ip of google
209.85.146.147
that is ping and that ip address.

If that returns OK it may be worth while flushing your dns cache.
that is at the same command prompt
ipconfig /flushdns


You whould receive a reply dns successfully flushed. The purpose of this is to enable you to connnect to the site without using the cache of previously unsuccesful attempts

If this does not work I would try a Winsockfix
http://www.softpedia...inSockFix.shtml

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Further to the above if you are not aware of the ipconfig and ping commands and there purpose you may find this useful for the future.
http://www.microsoft...g.mspx?mfr=true
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:) thank u guys i have used fire fox to n did what both of u guys said n didnt had any luck nor google nor you tube i was wondering if i might restore the whole thing what u guys thing this can solve the problem thanks guys
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Have you tried the ping.
What was the result.
Have you tried the flush dns - did you receive the confirmation
Have you run the winsockfix
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sr on the first one wish was ping www.google.com it said request time out then said ping statistics for 173.232.149.93 packets sent =4,receive =0,lost 4 (100%loss) then i did the other ping n that ip adreess u provided said that sent 4 4 recive n 0 loss but it still didnt work
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So have you please?

Have you tried the flush dns - did you receive the confirmation
Have you run the winsockfix


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successfully flushed the dns resolver cache but still no n on the other one its not downloading for some reason. sr thank u for ur time ps not even you tube will work its wear

Edited by tony0121, 30 May 2011 - 01:29 PM.

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Downlooad winsockfix to another computer and run it on this one.
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