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Suddenly, Internet Explorer will only load websites that have icons on my Google home page. I can do a search, but when I click on any website in the search, I get the error messages below.


Under Settings, it says I am connected to the Internet. I'm working off my Chromebook, which has connected to the same network fine without any interruptions. My smartphone and tablets do also.


I have Windows 10.


On Chrome, no matter what site I attempt to search, I get: "This site can't be reached." Running the diagnostic comes up with no solution.

On IE,  get "Hmmm ... can't reach this page" for everything.

On Firefox, I get a similar message.

Edited by Feverpitch, 12 October 2018 - 08:18 PM.

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