Solved: Problems connecting to Websites

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Dajazar

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Hi all,

I am new to your site. I am hoping that someone out there can help with a problem I am having with my computer not connecting to websites that it did so last week.

I am running the Windows Vista home programe and the problem that is happening is as follows:

When I request to login to www.yahoo.com it goes as if its loading but all you get is a timer and a blank page.
When I go on to www.ebay.co.uk you get the site up but when you go to login nothing happens it just saying its trying to load.

I have checked out my route which is a Netgear DGN1000 wireless router and that is working correctly, also checked my system on the computer and can not see a problem

I hope that someone will be able to help as I do not know what else to try. My computer knowledge is not that good I do know the basics but would appreciate any help that anyone can give

Thank you
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Dajazar (in the United Kingdom):eek:
 
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can you try the same thing with firefox or google chrome... these browsers are nicer and will be more descriptive on the error... that will be alot more useful
 

Dajazar

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Hi

I have tried all the those you have advised and the same problem.

Thank you for trying.

I will get PC checked out maybe a security setting is causing the problem.

Thanks for your advice(y)
 
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