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Sunnybiffle

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This is happening on my desktop, laptop, and iPhone. Earlier this morning most websites stopped loading. I tried Chrome, Firefox, IE, and safari on the laptop and desktop. They still load Google and a couple of the sites I searched for answers, but most won't load at all.

The desktop has Vista and the laptop has Windows 7. They've been loading everything up until this morning. I'm obviously a bit clueless on what I'm doing. But this is what it said on Chrome when I went to load facebook (just one of MANY sites not loading):

Google Chrome could not load the webpage because facebook.com took too long to respond. The website may be down, or you may be experiencing issues with your Internet connection.

It also suggests deselecting the checkbox for a proxy, which was already deselected.



Now that I think about it this might a networking issue with it being all the devices on it...

Edited by Sunnybiffle, 21 March 2013 - 01:48 PM.

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zep516

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Hi,

Now that I think about it this might a networking issue with it being all the devices on it...


Yes it could be a networking problem so,

What I would do is un-Plug the modem and the router for 5 mins. Then plug the modem in wait for a bit usually for all the lights to come up, then plug your router in and try your connections for the web..

Joe
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