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 Post subject: Spooky wiggle
PostPosted: Fri May 16, 2008 10:27 am 
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Any ideas on this one? For some reason I cannot get to wiggles home page, safari tells me I'm not connected to the internet and firefox doesn't recognise the address? I've recently had problems with my aol browser too i.e it no longer works. Can access all other pages I have tried and accessed wiggle from work yesterday. I've ran spybot, avg, and ad aware with the all clear, though ad aware is out of date(cannot connect for some reason) and so was avg( updated now).


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 Post subject: Re: Spooky wiggle
PostPosted: Fri May 16, 2008 10:34 am 
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kaiser wrote:
Any ideas on this one? For some reason I cannot get to wiggles home page, safari tells me I'm not connected to the internet and firefox doesn't recognise the address? I've recently had problems with my aol browser too i.e it no longer works. Can access all other pages I have tried and accessed wiggle from work yesterday. I've ran spybot, avg, and ad aware with the all clear, though ad aware is out of date(cannot connect for some reason) and so was avg( updated now).


I'm getting a similar problem with MSN this morning.


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Sounds like a DNS issue, your service providers server has basicly lost the address so sends you to a dead end. Usually they resolve them selves, but you can manually change your DNS server in your router options.


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PostPosted: Fri May 16, 2008 11:11 am 
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JeRkY wrote:
Sounds like a DNS issue, your service providers server has basicly lost the address so sends you to a dead end. Usually they resolve them selves, but you can manually change your DNS server in your router options.


This sounds good, whilst trying to update avg I was hitting a wall there too but eventually resolved itself. I'll wait a while to see what happens. Cheers.


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