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Very quick test to find out the cause. open command prompt and try to ping www.google.com
If it resolves an IP for google, then open a web browser, any web browser will do. This is providing that you are sure your computer is free of viruses, spyware, or malware such as browser hijackers and so forth. Anyway, if you try to go to www.google.com and cannot get there, the place the IP in the browser for google.com you got from the ping results. If you get the google page by IP, then you are having DNS issues. Contact your provider and report this so they can fix it for you.
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