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I have tried to get to this web address with no results bcan you help me?

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My computer is connected to the internet, but it will not show the actual web page what should I do


Find the URL address line in the upper left of your web browser and type in the web page address that you want to look at.
Is this the kind of info you want or something different?
Hope this helps.

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Staggernation.com offers three tools based on the Google API. The Google API Web Search by Host (GAWSH) lists the Web hosts of the results for a given query (www.staggernation.com/gawsh/).

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Good luck!

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Hi- I can get onto the internet but now strangely I cannot get onto the Shutterfly website. I have IE 8 and Firefox 4. please help!.net


Try clearing your browser cache and cookies. Sometimes, temporary files in the cache will interfere with web browsing.

In IE 8:
  1. Open Internet Explorer by clicking the Start button 4f6cbd09-148c-4dd8-b1f2-48f232a2fd33.jpg. In the search box, type Internet Explorer, and then, in the list of results, click Internet Explorer.

  2. Click the Safety button, and then click Delete Browsing History.

  3. Select the check box next to each category of information you want to delete.

  4. Select the Preserve Favorites website data check box if you do not want to delete the cookies and files associated with websites in your Favorites list.

  5. Click Delete. (This could take awhile if you have a lot of files and history.) Close IE8 and reopen a new window.

  6. In the new window, type the web address to Shutterfly.

In Firefox 4,

How to clear the cache The Firefox cache temporarily stores images, scripts, and other parts of websites while you are browsing.
  1. At the top of the Firefox window, click on the Firefox button (Tools menu in Windows XP) and then click Options
  2. Select the Advanced panel.
  3. Click on the Network tab.
  4. In the Offline Storage section, click Clear Now.

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  5. Click OK to close the Options window. Close Firefox 4 and then reopen a new window. Type the shutterfly address in the address bar to see if the issue is resolved.

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How to forward a web site to a friend


just write the address in an e-mail and if it stands then you can pass it to anyone you what vie that e-mail but make sure by pressing the web address in your e-mail and if it connects to the web page you are trying to pass on the just send it the recipeant will also be able to see the web page

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Driver Detective download info and product key


Try going to Digital River's Support section and explaining what happened. They should be able to help you.

The address you posted for them is not valid. So further troubleshooting from our end won't continue.

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HOW DO YOU LINK A PHOTO IMAGE TO A URL ADDRESS LINK?? PLEASE HELP


Well if u have a gmail account then upload the pictures in PICASA WEB ALBUM and then you can share your desired picture as a URL link with anyone...

Step 1) Install Picasa Web Album to your computer.

Download Picasa Web Album

This Link Would Be Helpful

Click For The Link

Step 2) Sign in to your Gmail Account using Google then click on PICASA ALBUM and click on UPLOAD PICTURES

Step 3) Set Priorities About Who All Can View These Pictures.

Step 4) Send Links To People.

Reply Back If U Need Further Help...

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Best way to describe problem is to give you an example. When I surf the web and I type in lets say "Marriott Hotels" to find all the different listings, the www address for most of the listings for...


hi ctinkel....

there was someone else here who had a similar problem, all her google searches were coming up with the wrong addresses... she had a virus.

do you have an antivirus program? and what browser are you using? IE? FireFox? you will need to clear all your temporary internet files, your history and your cookies. as well as using the windows space freer/disk cleaner....

here's a link to the other problem where it's all explained:

Google search returning random results

please readwhat she wrote, as she solved part of the problem herself, as well as my clarification request and solution.

let me know if you need any further help on this!

best of luck!
bru*


Jan 30, 2009 | PC Desktops

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I can't open web site sent to me in my e-mail , ie: view pictures of my grandchild , we have sent a gretting card click web address and so forth.. do I need to change a setting somewhere, I am not real...


If they listed the web address in the e-mail, try typing the address in the address bar or the search bar of a search engine. If you have any other questions or have already tried this, let me know.

Nov 08, 2008 | PC Desktops

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When I use utorrent, im unable to surf the web on any computer on my home network. When I stop the download in utorrent my internet connection still will not work. I have to unplug the modem then the...


That seems to be a normal result (Lack of intenet access) if you are pulling down torrents if your router is configured as DHCP. UTorrent recommends static IP addressing to optimise the application.

You can restore your connectivity by closing the uTorrent application by right-clicking the icon in the taskbar and exiting the program completely.

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I am connected to the internet and on msn but when i try to go on a web page it says internet explorer cannot display the webpage.


This could be only one of two things:

1) Your internet is OK, but the page you are trying to access
is bad

2) Your internet is not connected, but Internet Explorer is loading
MSN from an old cache on your hard drive.

If a single page is bad but you Internet is connection is OK,
then you should be able to get most other pages.
Try:
www.google.com
www.wikipedia.org
www.yahoo.com
www.ebay.com
www.microsoft.com
etc...

If, on the other hand you get nothing but MSN,
you have no internet connection !

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To test it out:

Go to the DOS(like) command prompt, by clicking:

START => All Programs => Accessories => Command Prompt.

At the command prompt type: ipconfig /all

Look at the report, find the network adapter you are using
(if you have more than one, e.g. LAN and wireless)

and look for the value of the "IP Address"

This should reflect the address assigned by your Internet
provider, or the address of you personal router if you have
one:

=============================================
A typical router address = 192.168.1.1, for example
A direct connection could be = 24. 153.14.1 or any other #

BUT

if the IP address is all zeros = 0.0.0.0

then you have no connection to the Internet.
=====================================
If you have no connection (0.0.0.0) then type:

ipconfig / release
ipconfig / renew
ip config / all

If this does not fix the problem, i.e. return a non-zero
IP address,

Run the network setup wizard from the control panel to
repair your network settings.

Also reset your external router (turn it on and off)
if you are using one, and check with your IP provider
to make sure that your account is still valid.
(They will disconnect you if you owe them money
or if they have made a clerical error)

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If you do have a non-zero IP address, but your
WEB browser still does not connect,

type at the command prompt:

1) Ping www.google.com
2) Ping 72.14.205.104

Compare the results.

If the first PING does not work, but the second one does,
then your address for the DNS (domain name server)
is not setup correctly. You can reach Google directly,
but you have a problem resolving the GOOGLE name to
its binary address, which is what a DNS does, but you
are not reaching the DNS server.

At this point you may want to contact your IP service
provider (tech support line) and he will walk you through
repairing your Internet connection, or send out a tech
in the case of a hardware problem.

Hope this helps,
please rate my answers,

Martin






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