having trouble seeing the changes on my website.
First idea is that your provider hasn't
updated it's DNS list yet so you wait.
Next is you clear your cache, cookies and
offline content. Go to tools, select internet
options, then click delete cookies, then delete
files and check the box that says delete offline
content. (This should make sure you are not
using a previously loaded page)
The final thing to try before calling your
provider is you can flush the DNS cache
(For Windows XP, "Start -> Run -> ipconfig
/flushdns") then try loading the site again.
Jan 2008 my Starband Satellite connection stopped
working. I called Starband and got a message that
AVG was no longer compatible with their software
so I uninstalled it and reinstalled the Starband
software. Not wanting to be without Anti Virus
software I downloaded and installed Avast Anti Virus.
|Updated my Starband
and bought a new n router hoping to expand the
range of my wireless network.
My machine worked fine but one machine on the
network was very slow and kept losing the
connection. Tried everything but nothing worked
till I put the old Linksys router back in and took
the new one out. I would not have believed it if
someone had told me that was a problem but that
was the only solution that worked. To the right
I'll detail what I tried and if anyone can explain
why, I would love to hear an explanation.
- Scanned for viruses, could not update virus
- Scanned for malware - no problems found but
could not update
- Spybot found 3 browser entries, removed them
but that wasn't it either, could not update
- Tried a wireless adapter to rule out a bad
cable or network card - no difference
- Went through every setting I could find
- Put Linksys router back in and was
downloading at over 50k/sec and everything
that had not worked now worked.