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I can't open a website

I've tried to pull up on my desktop via Mozilla, Internet Explorer and through Google. I can't pull it up on my laptop either.

I had been using the site for a Priceline search on October 2, using their bidding strategy and clicking on their Priceline link when the site just became unavailable. At first I thought it was a temporary thing. I've been trying on and off since then without being able to open it.

Can you help me?

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Re: can't open website

That's nice that you have a laptop. Find another place with an Internet-connection (friend, family, work, hotspot) and try there.
If that works, and not at home, it's your router, modem or ISP. If it doesn't work there either, it's your laptop (and your desktop at the same time). Both seem unlikely. That's why we do the experiment.

Three other experiments you can do at home (at both machines) and elsewhere (on your laptop):
a. Go into the command window and type ping + enter. What do you get?
b. Go into the command window and type ping + enter. What do you get?
c. Type in the address bar. What do you see?

Tell the results.


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thank you for responding

All pinging (on both computers) "request timed out."

Same response with the IP address as with the website name itself, nothing in Mozilla and the "check your spelling" blah blah message with Internet Explorer.

I could bring my laptop to work with me tomorrow to check there.

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