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I have a 2 year old Dell with XP, all was ok till this summer, it then REFUSES to go to walmart.com. I have Mozilla Firefox but I have tried it without it and using IE, same results. Displays error message "can't find site" can you please help a "not so computer smart" person? Phil

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  • plewis38 Dec 19, 2008

    yep, just walmart......weird i know, don't know how to make any changes (firewall, etc.) to fix it either.

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Hahaha, just walmart? could be blocked by your firewall or antivirus software. that is a very odd problem.

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  • Tyrone Martinez Dec 19, 2008

    well you gotta tell me what firewall/antivirus you use

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