Internet browser restricting accessibility to

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Hello,

I am having trouble with internet browser. It is not accessing certain websites for which I am in serious predicament. I need to know what is causing this problem and how to solve it. I need help with this problem as quickly as possible.

Kindly someone knowledgeable enough help me with it.

Kristan Lai

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Answered By 0 points N/A #110033

Internet browser restricting accessibility to

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Are you using Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox or Internet Explorer?  Sometimes I get this problem with trying to access some sites with my Chrome but there are many causes as to why we can’t browse some websites. Here are a few things that you can check:

  • Your browser might be attempting to connect thru a proxy server. Try connecting with your proxy server off

  • You might have incorrect browser settings. To change connection settings, Go to Start> Control Panel > Network and Internet and then Internet Options.Click on Connections,check your settings and make the necessary setting adjustments

  • If you’re using a router, your router might be attempting to proxy DNS requests. Refer to your router manual for instructions on disabling DNS proxying

  • Parental Controls, Family Safety or a firewall could be blocking access to certain websites. Check on this one and make the necessary adjustments

Answered By 0 points N/A #110034

Internet browser restricting accessibility to

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There can be several reasons for this problem. Same problem and overcome technique discuss below-

  • The site could be temporarily unavailable or too busy. Try again later.
  • Make sure that if your network is protected by a firewall.
  • If unable to load a page. Check your network setting.
  • If any security setting trouble. Then you should check for virus.
  • You should check your browser history and try after deleting history.
  • Malware could be block your browser.

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