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If you are connecting via Wifi instead of a cable this can happen. Wifi connections tend to drop connection or lose intensity. I would recommend to you to connect it via ethernet cable directly to the router. This is the best way to ensure best communication between your PS3 and the router.
If you cant do that go into the Wifi Router configuration and try to check the configuration. If you need assistance tell me the make and model of the router and I might be able to help you a bit further.
make sure you have the most current http://www.java.com updates you might not have java installed or not working properly for websites.
if your not sure if java is installed correctly go to the java website and they will tell you how to set it up if you have it installed but its not running correctly.
I viewed the source code of the website blackplanet.com and found it delt with alot of java scripting this is my reasoning behind you updating and making sure that java is working correctly on your computer
I hope this helps and you get it working.
if you are still having problems after this please let me know and I will see what other ideas I can come up with to solve this issue.
With Internet Explorer open, go to Tools-->Delete Browsing History and click the Delete All button at the bottom. Then go to Tools-->Internet Options. Click on the Privacy tab and click the Default button. Finally, click on the Security tab and go through each zone at the top, clicking on the Default button for each zone. Restart Internet Explorer and try going to blackplanet.
It is possible that the encryption the router is using is not one supported by your wireless card or OS. Older 802.11 cards do not support WPA and Vista Systems will not connect to WEP.
See if you can get the owner to disable wireless security for troubleshooting, and see if you connect UNsecure. If you can connect with security disabled, then it is time to look at what security your wireless supports and ensure that other wireless restrictions on the router are not blocking the connection (Limits on IP addresses, MAC address filtering etc)
Im still having the Same problem i can go to every site in the world but Blackplanet I can even ping Blackplanet from my computer!!! I dont understand Is the server too full or something! They really need to fix this fast. I know this is not on my end!
I got the same problem. doesnt seem to be a browser problem though because I got the same problem on different PCs and different browsers. Only thing they share is the same IP so somehow the site blocked my IP for no reason because I dont spam or anything. Already sent the admins 2 messages first one on july 1st but no answers yet