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Leee211

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On a suggestion from a friend online, I tried www.proxify.com Although I really don't have a need for it, I tried it to access my own website www.altawoman.net It worked fine.
The only problem now is that I cannot access my site WITHOUT using proxify now. I've tried everything, deleting cookies, erasing history, clearing the cache, etc.. Nothing seems to work. Does anyone know how I can unproxify a web site address? (I've also contacted my ISP, web host and Proxify) Proxify has yet to respond to me. And my ISP and web host offered no help at all.
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Hey Leee211, Welcome to G2G

What web browser are you using?

If it is IE , click tools, internet options, connections, LAN settings..remove all the checks....

If using another browser, please post back so we can get you the instructions for that particular browser...
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Hi Brian, thanks for the welcome.
Well, after about 5 hours of total time (on tech help calls and searching the internet) I finally fixed the problem. Something so simple, I should have thought of it much sooner. I just reset my Linksys wireless router and everything is fine now.

But at least I found this great forum, I've been looking around here and have found a lot of useful info.

Thanks again.
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