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not able to connect to certain websites


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gijsgans21

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Hey! Since yesterday i am having troubles connecting to certain commonly used websites, like hotmail e.o. I also am not able to connect to hotmail with outlook.
Does anybody have an idea how i can solve this issue? I really don 't have a clue. I have got rid of all my cookies and temp internet files, and ran several spy removal programms but nothing seems to work.
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you now have to pay in order to link outlook with hotmail. I'm waiting for mine to fail soon!

Sometimes websites do go down, have you tried them since this time?
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Thanks spike for your reply. It took me a while to find out what was wrong, but i manage to get it working again. I guess (because I am definetlly not sure), due to the large amounts of spyware and malware etc on my computer and the frequent cleaning of my computer some IE files got corrupted. I re-installed IE and everything is working fine. I am not precisely sure what really happend but I am happy that it has been resolved
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Cool,

Thats where I was heading with all the questions! Great minds and all that!

Well done, you geek you!
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