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Trouble opening some websites


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dannomil

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I'm having some trouble opening some websites, specifically Bank One, Amazon.com, and any site affiliated with mlb.com. I'm sure there's others I can't think of right now. I've tried closing pop-up blockers, checking my internet connection options, running spyware, but nothing has seemed to help. What can I do to allow me to open these sites?
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Are the sites that you are having trouble with secure sites? (https://)
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I suggest stopping by here and letting these folks have a look at your system for you.

http://www.geekstogo...?showtopic=2852

Good luck :tazz:
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The only secure site I know of is Bank One. The others don't appear to be secure.

I'll check out the other forum. I forgot to mention that this is occurring when I use IE, Netscape, and Mozilla Firefox. And these websites are running because I can access them at work.

Thanks.
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Following the directions on the other forum, I ran the the Winsock fix it utility and my problems appear to be solved. Thank you for the help.
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