As most of us don't like spyware, I removed your post.
Here's your post minus the bad site:
Hi, this is similar to a couple of threads i've read on here, but I still cannot resolve
I run Win XP SP2 with IE6 over a 2mB broadband link. I cannot access www.*********.co.uk/2003 but can get every other website no problem. My friends can get it including those using the same provider (tiscali). I've swapped my firewall from the ZAP I use normally to the Windows one, and have also turned it off. Still no luck.
I switched to Mozilla Firefox, still no joy. I softened my security settings as per another thread here, still no joy. I pinged the server and it says it 'could not find host'. I did tracert and at hop 16 it times out. I cannot get it through a google link either.
Anybody any ideas?
Thanks in anticipation, deltona "
Since your ping didn't work, that means the DNS or name lookup failed. It could be many things but since the noted site had COOLWEB hijacking code on it, it's too possible your machine is suffering from spyware or your ISP has blocked the site.
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