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Website flickers?

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by tomsxp, Apr 5, 2004.

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  1. tomsxp

    tomsxp Thread Starter

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    Hello Everyone: I have been trying to get on this website at www.goldenpalace.com and after it loads, it just flashes for a second, then i get the Cannot Display This Page business! Now i thought it was my Pop Up blocker because everytime i hear it stop a pop up when trying to get on this site! Also the Blocker states its www.beforeyougo.com being blocked not the first site, So i disabled the popup blocker and i still get the same thing a quick flash of the website etc. Anyone know what the problem is? I have temps deleted and using xp home> Thanks, Tom
     
  2. rude

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    Do you get a specific error message?
     
  3. skinnywhiteboy

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    Go to the command prompt
    Type CMD

    When your DOS window opens, type ipconfig /flushdns
    Then reboot your machine.

    See if that helps.
     
  4. tomsxp

    tomsxp Thread Starter

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    No Error message just the Cannot Display Page. Also i tried the command insert and that did not work! Can you Guys get the website to come up at www.goldenpalace.com
     
  5. rude

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    No problem,I tried it after your first post this morning,and again just now(11:52pm)and it works fine.I wonder if you are having a cookie issue,some sites require you to have "session cookies"allowed for the site to work.
     
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