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#1 ronan2


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Posted 22 June 2008 - 12:45 PM

Having successfully created a website (using talktalk) for a local club some months ago I find that I can no longer get into it to add or make changes. When I enter ftp:// www.etc it asks for my username and password as usual. Then it says "website found, waiting for reply" Next however it states that Internet Explorer cannot display this site. When I want to look at the the website itself it comes up quite easily. I've tried System Restore but to no avail. This happened before and a simple solution someone gave me solved the problem. However now I forget who it was and what was the solution. Can you help?

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#2 mckooter


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Posted 26 June 2008 - 06:13 PM

download a real ftp client (a good free one is FileZilla) and try to connect using that, it will give you more info as to why the server is not accepting your connection. (there is a log)
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