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Facebook is the only site not accessible.it shows a msg unable to connect.kindly help.

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Hi there!

you can try using other browsers, if the same error occurs, it may be the the facebook server is down at your area or at the moment your trying to access it or you can check on the router settings, see if facebook is included on restrictions, also check your firewall settings.

Posted on Apr 06, 2011

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