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lightyears79

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Hi,

Look I have been trying now for 2 days to get into a website that I have never had problems with geting into before.

the website is www.gaydar.com.au ..it's not [bleep]..it's a personnels site for gay men.

The page that i am trying to access is the login page. When I try to access this page i get
"The page cannot be displayed..." "..Cannot find server or DNS Error.." I have 2 computers at home. Both broadband. One cable connected, the other wireless. This problem occurs only on these computers as other ones outside of home; i.e. at work etc are able to get me to the login page hassle-free. This suggests my ISP has done something to our computers??

The "the page cannot be displayed" page does tell me to try a few things to eliminate this issue..but everything seems fine in the internet options area.

No viruses, spy nor ad ware has been detected.

I have no idea what's happening!! Help me please!!!

Cheers
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Well, it could be that the website is temporarily unavailable or doesn't exist anymore.

I had this trouble with a website too once, and it worked again after a week or so. What browser are you using? Internet Explorer? If so, check out this internet explorer fix. Internet Explorer Fix

This might fix your problem. :tazz:
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thanks for your reply..

the site isn't temporarly unavailable because it can be accessed from other computers (i.e. at work, at other people's houses) but not for the 2 that i have at home.


I will have a look at your site that you suggested..

is it possibile that my ISP has done this?

Cheers
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i tried the internet explorer fix...but it's a no i'm afraid.
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