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I get this page :Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage. Facebook is the only website that this happens.

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Facebook site is blocked in your computer...

reset the settings for internet explorer and try...

if still it doesnt works, try assigning these DNS address for your computer...

primary dns 8.8.8.8
secondary dns 4.2.2.3

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