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Can't load certain web pages!

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by Steveo46, Feb 12, 2013.

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  1. Steveo46

    Steveo46 Thread Starter

    Feb 9, 2013
    just like the title says. I just randomly started having this problem where I can't load some webpages. I use chrome but I've tried other browsers too and have the same problem. I just recently restored my computer to default using an image I made when I first got the computer and I'm still having the same problem. I know it's not my firewall because I've tried disabling it. I should also be virus free since I just re-did my computer.

    Also, I don't know if this has anything to do with it, but I just recently posted here about having this problem where I could pick up a signal from my router but could not connect. All my other computers could but not this one. I fixed the problem by telling it to forget that network then reconnecting and entering the password again. Just letting you guys know in case the problems are related since my current problem started after that.

    Lastly whenever I get help for PC related problem I like to make sure people know that I'm not super tech savvy. I'm not Tech challenged but if you want me to try something please include instructions. That is all.

    oh and some examples of places I can't connect to. Just recently I tried connecting to gamestop forums. Also on Ign.com I can connect but if go to a certain game's page I get the error. Last one I can think of right now gog.com, same problem as ign.com. It happens on other sites too (non gaming sites as well) Those are just the first ones I thought of.

    oh one last thing (this is it I swear XD) I tried messing with java to see if that worked. Java and adobe is enable on all browsers.
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