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Ok, so here's the deal. There's this website i've been going on forever. its www.g35driver.com. There are no reported problems with the website, however, when i access it i keep getting this message, "The connection to the server was reset while the page was loading."

So here's my current situation: I'm using a wireless laptop on my home network. the other two laptops that use my network can access the website just fine with no problems and same with the wired desktop that the modem and router is connected to. Interestingly enough, my computer can access the website on other networks besides my home network. But when on my home network i keep getting that darn error message (The connection to the server was reset while the page was loading) no matter which browser i'm in on my laptop. So i'm completely stumped with this issue. I just got done getting a virus off my computer and someone on another website walked me through everything, but i guess it's possible there could still be something lurking around. So i guess you can i say i kind of ruled out spyware/malware/viruses to be the problem. Also i tried clearing all the cache, history, cookies, etcc.. of each browser and still no luck. Also, just to clarify this is really the only website i cannot access. However, thru researching an issue with my car, i found that i get the same error message in trying to access
http://dodgeforum.com/ and http://forums.maxima.org/ -------I"m finding it weird that they're all car websites.

So any help would be much appreciated. I'm getting so frustrated with this issue and i've read around and other people have had similar problems but every solution has been very specific to the user. Thank you in advance for any help.
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