Question about Computers & Internet
The problem is with your browser (e.g. Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome), your computer's internet settings, your local network (e.g. internet router your connected to), or Internet Service Provider (ISP) (The company your internet comes from (e.g. Qwest, Frontier, Charter, Verizon, etc.)).
Sometimes this can be temporary. Call your your ISP, and ask about it, or if your at a public place, talk to the system administrator. If neither of these things help, try searching for the problem with your specific computer model, and with your specific browser.
Posted on Sep 12, 2010
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