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Proxies not working for me

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by cowsgonemadd3, Feb 8, 2010.

  1. cowsgonemadd3

    cowsgonemadd3 Junior Member

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    I want to post on yahoo answers but my main home IP has been blocked for a bit because I posted too many links at once.

    I need to be able to post because I was making money.

    I tried using some Ip's but none seem to get around this problem at yahoo and most of the ip's on the lists do not load a site.

    Anyone have any ideas?
     
  2. anti_dote

    anti_dote Power Member

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    well if you are getting something like this error 999 error Request Simply Turn off your Router for a 2 Minute and then restart your system and you will be back in action this should resolve it and as far as proxies go you need good proxies i mean private proxies because they work quite nice if you will use public proxies they will be slow and unreliable
     
  3. cowsgonemadd3

    cowsgonemadd3 Junior Member

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    You need to restart your computer?
     
  4. anti_dote

    anti_dote Power Member

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    Not Really it does not really matter Just restart your Router
     
  5. keverone

    keverone Junior Member

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    didnt work for me why?

     
  6. justone

    justone Elite Member

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    Sometimes your ISP gives you a static IP.
    Actually that means you are provided a higher quality than with dynamic IPs (you can run services on your computer and put domain names on it if you like) but it also means your IP does not change.

    But you can try change the MAC of your network card, that sometimes helps.

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