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msn freeweb connection probs

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by gail1960, Nov 20, 2001.

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  1. gail1960

    gail1960 Thread Starter

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    Hi guys - long time no type!

    Sorted out problem with modem for banking software thanks to akacandy et al - now working fine :D

    Now have problem with home page for msn.

    Connecting to web OK, if a bit slow at the moment, but home page seems to have vanished. I just get this irritating screen telling me that the page I require is unavailable, tried refresh and all that jazz but no joy.

    MSN US appears to be experiencing problems on the East coast (according to them) could this be causing me a prob?

    HELP HELP HELP!!!
     
  2. eddie5659

    eddie5659 Moderator Malware Specialist

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    Hiya

    Have you checked to see if your homepage has changed? Go to Tools | Internet Options. General tab, and look at HomePage. Is it MSN? If not, type in the one you want and Apply.

    btw, what is the address of the place where you are?

    Regards

    eddie
     
  3. yomaddog

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    Yeah,...he's probably right...
    I got msn also,.....type in- http://my.msn.com/

    Also try deleting files,& clearing history so you get a fresh-page...
     
  4. yomaddog

    yomaddog

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    ...oh, & by the way,...if it takes you too long to load your homepage,...
    you'll get the same error,...
    Try typing in http://my.msn.com/ ,& search-to see if you can get the page.......
     
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