+ 0 Votes Cache perhaps Toivo Talikka 7 years ago The cache maintained by Windows containing the webpages and their component parts can sometimes get corrupted. You can clear the contents in Internet Explorer by going to Tools - Internet Options - General - Temporary Internet Files, then select Delete Files. Because Windows also caches the IP addresses which have been resolved when you typed in a domain name to go to a website. For one reason or another an obsolete IP address may still be in the cache. You can check the contents of the DNS cache by going to the command prompt and typing in the following: ipconfig /displaydns | more Press spacebar to scroll forward and Q or Ctrl-C to finish. You can clear the DNS cache by typing in the following command: ipconfig /flushdns Now your browser should get the uptodate IP address from your ISP's DNS server. + 0 Votes Disregard that warning ComputerCookie anonymous 6 years ago ComputerCookie, It's an old message. The point is not that message (b/c I've already discussed that with the owners of that site), the point is I can't even see what you just saw. My browsers time out before even getting there. So the question is, why am I able to see that page with other connections with any computer, but with any computer cannot see that page with my current home ISP? Something tells me, a new IP address may not help (although I'm willing to try anything at this point.) I am puzzled and baffled by this strange new dilemma I'm having to face. I've never heard of it, but by googling I can see that a few others out there have/are experienced/ing the same thing. It couldn't be a firewall or antivirus or settings with my Internet Explorer/Firefox or cookies or cache or anything on my machine...because if that were the case, then other computers/laptops wouldn't have the same problem or wouldn't be in the same predicament as my main desktop. Plus I have gone so far as to reformat my pc and installed just my network drivers so I could access the internet (w/ no firewall or antivirus) and still no dice. The only common denominator is the router/modem [2wire] and/or IP address. I'd like to hear what you (or anyone with any ideas) has to say.