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#1 krazyjosh5

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Posted 08 May 2005 - 09:26 PM

Hey everyone,
Im starting to get angry at this Page Cannot Be Displayed stuff. I try to go to some sites I know are working and I get it.

So far I have:
-Run updated SpyBot
-Run updated Ad-aware
-Analyzed my HJT logfie - looks good
-Run netsh reset to reset the TCP/IP adapter
-Run WinsockXPFix
-Checked to make sure there are no proxies set
-Verified that I get the problem in IE and Firefox
-Cleared my cache
-Cleared my cookies
-Cried
-Tried pinging myself (127.0.0.1) and got the 4 responses
-Run sfc /scannow with no problems detected

And at this point, Im at a loss. Any suggestions?

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#2 krazyjosh5

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Posted 09 May 2005 - 04:38 PM

Bump. Please dont forget about me ;)

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Posted 09 May 2005 - 04:54 PM

Hey everyone,
Im starting to get angry at this Page Cannot Be Displayed stuff. I try to go to some sites I know are working and I get it.

So far I have:
-Run updated SpyBot
-Run updated Ad-aware
-Analyzed my HJT logfie - looks good
Good for starters
-Run netsh reset to reset the TCP/IP adapter
OK. I guess.  I'm not sure it would be at fault is you get other webpages normally.
-Run WinsockXPFix
Generally for specific instances of Winsock Layered Service Providers hijacks, possible but you'd see 010 entries in your HJT report, and not all of those are illegitimate (google desktop search files, for instance are listed and they are OK)

-Checked to make sure there are no proxies set
-Verified that I get the problem in IE and Firefox
Both of them acting the same, huh?  I'd think settings in one or both might be at fault, as the zone settings in IE or disallowing some java scripting in FF 
-Cleared my cache
-Cleared my cookies
Seems a good move, no problem at least.
-Cried
I know the feeling ...
-Tried pinging myself (127.0.0.1) and got the 4 responses
-Run sfc /scannow with no problems detected
And at this point, Im at a loss. Any suggestions?

Firewall protection blocking them?  Either the windows firewall or a third party one involved?

Settings in Spybot.  They can be sites on spybot's block list.
Also the settings provided by the HOST list, same thing.

If you use spywareBlaster, it'll block DPFs but, i think it'd let you view the sites.

Check into some of those items, post back I'd say.  Keep smiling.  Its a bleepingcomputer.


patiently patrolling, plenty of persisant pests n' problems ...

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Posted 09 May 2005 - 11:00 PM

Er.. change ISP?

How are you connecting? What speed? Use CCleaner to get rid of temp files and junk in case its some kind of cache problem - total guesswork here.

Download CCleaner from here:
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