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Can't load SOME websites


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#1 Zach712

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Posted 03 July 2010 - 02:22 PM

So out of nowhere I have stumbled across this problem...not being able to access a few random websites. I have used Google Chrome, Firefox, and IE...they all do the same thing. I have scanned for viruses, flushed dns, deleted temp files, tried the WinSock fix and nothing has helped in the least. I have also tried power cycling my modem and router. Even on my Zune HD the web browser cannot load these websites which leads me to believe it has to do with my network and not my computer. The websites that do work work just fine with no hiccups. Then I try to go to a website (http://forums.steampowered.com/forums/ for example) and it will just sit there and load. If I am lucky it might load a broken webpage with some text, but this happens rarely. There is no error message it just loads with no progress and says "Waiting for forums.steampower.com...". This problem just started last night and I had never seen anything like this before.

Is there any guidance someone could provide?


UPDATE:

OK so I come back to my computer tonight and it's like this never happened. Everything seemed to sort itself out! Lucky me....lock if needed.

Edited by Zach712, 03 July 2010 - 10:38 PM.


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