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Why my MacBook Air safari not open sites when in web?

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Try:
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Check if there are any updates pending and if so, please complete the updates.
Second opinion, are you running your Macbook on Battery ? If so, it was a battery malfunction.

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Why when I open safari, do i get error 404(not found)1


Error 404 is for when the web page you are requesting is not found, this means that your connection to the site etc is fine but the certain page you are requesting if not available.

You will be fine to ignore this error and continuing to use the internet by entering a website or search term into the bar at the top of Safari, as shown in the image below.
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The error may be coming up as you have set your default page to a page that is no longer available, this can be changed by clicking on "Safari" in the top left of the screen then clicking on "Preferences..."
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A new window will appear.
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Enter the site you want to be the homepage when you open Safari in the location that says Homepage. You can enter what is shown or a page or search engine like "http://www.google.com".

Hope this helps.

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Why my MacBook Air when in safari will not open any pages?


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I have a MacBook Air, OS X, using Safari. I have been away from Macs for 10 years and just bought the laptop, so trying to reintroduce myself. I can't find where to turn off the pop up blocker for certain...


Block pop-ups on webpages


  1. Open Safari if it is not already open.
  2. Choose Safari > Preferences, and then click Security.
  3. Turn on "Block pop-up windows."


Blocking pop-up windows stops only those windows that appear when you open or close a page. It does not block pop-up windows that open when you click a link.

If you block pop-up windows, you might miss important information for a webpage. For example, a website that provides services to you might use a pop-up window to request your user name.

Block unnecessary webpage content


  1. Open Safari if it is not already open.
  2. Choose Safari > Preferences, and then click Security.
  3. In the "Web content" section, select or deselect types of content you want to block or enable. For an explanation of the options, click the Help button (looks like a question mark).

Source: http://support.apple.com/kb/PH11946?viewlocale=en_US&locale=en_US
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My Macbook Pro is skipping and freezing. It commonly happens when I am using Itunes or Safari. It never happened before a few days ago. I continue getting a 20 second "spinning beach ball" where...


Safari Reset

The Safari web browser stores a large amount of information as a result of your browsing. This not only includes cache and cookies but also saved names and passwords, download history, search keywords, browsing history and more. There is a very quick and painless way to remove all of these things and return your Safari browser to its default state. Before doing this, please be sure that you definitely want all of this information to be erased.

Difficulty: Easy

Time Required: Less than 1 Minute

Here's How:

1. Open your Safari web browser by clicking on the Safari icon in the dock.

2. Click on Safari in your Safari menu, located at the top of your screen.

3. A drop-down menu will now appear. Choose the option labeled Reset Safari....

4. A warning dialog will now appear detailing the items that will be removed.

5. Click the button on the dialog labeled Reset to complete the process.
Your Safari browser will now restart automatically.

If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it and give a testimonial for my response

Thanks, Joe

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Unable to obtain web sites on first attempt. Servers are not found on initial attempt. Slow in accessing web sites - using Safari


Please provide more details since the problem is not clear. It's possible the wireless connection you're connecting to is not very strong.

Aug 10, 2010 | Apple MacBook Air Mac Notebook

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It is not a virus,reset Safari with these steps:
1. Open your Safari web browser by clicking on the Safari icon in the dock.
2. Click on Safari in your Safari menu, located at the top of your screen.
3. A drop-down menu will now appear. Choose the option labeled Reset Safari....
4. A warning dialog will now appear detailing the items that will be removed.
5. Click the button on the dialog labeled Reset to complete the process.
Your Safari browser will now restart automatically

If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it.
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Mac Air restricts which sites I can look at


You should check the security settings in preferences within Safari to make sure you have the web content box's check plus accept cookies from sites you navigate to set. i think you will find it is a simple solution within Safari.

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