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Tech Help Please?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Spaceman, May 4, 2010.

  1. Spaceman

    Spaceman Regular Member

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    Hi

    I cannot load my suppliers website. My next door neighbour can, my parents can. Im on BT and so is my neighbour. My parents are on sky.

    I can see my suppliers site through guardster proxy.

    My PC just cant see it - "site not found"

    Can anyone help? Black Hat expertise would definately be able to help me out here - wasnt sure what forum to post in.

    Thanks
    Spaceman
     
  2. hardcore1

    hardcore1 Junior Member

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    You tried clearing your cache?
     
  3. blackheader

    blackheader Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    As Byte already mentioned: clear your cache. When I´m having similar problems I delete my cookies as well, and have a try with a other browser (fire-fox, internet-explorer,chrome, safari... there are a lot, have atleast two of them..). If you can see your site through a proxy there is something problematic with your ip..., but as you said your parents are able to see it, and I think they have the same Ip as you! hm... have a try with our methods and give us some feedback if it worked!
     
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  4. gregstereo

    gregstereo Elite Member

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    Give ccleaner a go on your computer, it does all the cleanup mentioned above for you.
     
  5. welshman

    welshman Power Member

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    The problem is very common: You are using BT :laugh:
    That's why I like my 50MB/s virgin cable :)

    On a serious note: As you can see it through a proxy, would suggest something wrong with your BT connection. Perhaps your IP is blocked? Try and get a new IP from BT.