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website page load error but only for me..

I was working on my website last night and all of a sudden i started to get page load errors.. I assumed the servers were down and went to bed. I got up today, same error. I contacted my host and they said the servers were up and running just fine and that it was me. I went to http://www.downforeveryoneorjustme.com to see if.. well.. it was everyone or just me.. and it said the site was up and it was just me. all my friends can go to the site but I cant get onto it or any of its pages.. i CAN get to the page if i use a proxy or something..

the site is http://www.loudelillo.com im not pimping my site here.. i seriously need help cause i have no clue whats going on here wassat.gif please help!

thanks,
lou

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Re: page load error

In reply to: website page load error but only for me..

Things to try:

1. From the command prompt, ping www.loudelillo.com and ping 64.191.56.133. Just a diagnostic, of course. Tell what you find.
2. Then, also from the command prompt, tracert in stead of ping.
3. Then clear your Temporary Internet Files (if you use IE) or your cache (if you use Firefox)
4. Then turn off your router and modem and turn them on again
5. Then try the other browser (IE in stead of Firefox or the other way around)
6. Then flush your DNS, as told in http://www.hostmysite.com/support/info/flushdns/
7. Then check your hostfile if it mentions your site
8. Then try it after booting in Safe Mode with Network support.
9. Then take your PC (laptop?) to somewhere else (with another ISP!) and try there.
10. Type the IP-address 64.191.56.133 in the address bar of your browser. What happens? With me interesting things: avast gives a warning for malware, then I get a 404-page from the server.
11. Disable your antivirus and try again.
12. Disable your firewall and try again (dangerous, if you're not behind a router!)

Please tell what you find.


Kees

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no luck!

In reply to: Re: page load error

1. ping request times out for both
2. tracert returns this http://i33.tinypic.com/24yxmvq.jpg
3. both cleared -- no effect in either broweser
4. cycled them while computer was running and when it was off-- no effect.
5. same problem in both IE7, firefox 3 and safari
6. flushed dns. no effect.
7. hostfile is clean.
8. same error in safe mode
9. using desktop pc. not a laptop
10. same page load error
11. no change
12. no change

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If ping gives a time-out ...

In reply to: no luck!

on an IP-address, and it doesn't do it somewhere else (it works with me, for example), it's most likely a problem with your ISP.

Find a friend with a laptop and let him try it both with you and at home. Then put your PC in your car and try it with him. This would definitely locate the problem if it's with your ISP (or blocked in your router, but that's easy to reset - resetting is something else as turning of and on).

Kees

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me too!

In reply to: If ping gives a time-out ...

Omg, I get this exact same error. I can only access the site, under a proxy or through the IP. The domain doesnt work for me. I have tried all these steps too! I am getting really mad cause I waited for the nameservers to switch over, and its after 24 hours so it should work.

It works for everybody else except me.

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