M0XIE Posted September 18, 2007 Share Posted September 18, 2007 Ok guys this has been a problem that I have been dealing with for quiet some time; and, I am finally getting to the point where I want to drop kick every computer in my network here. Recently I started my own website, can be found here for query. I bought my domain name from activedomains and receive hosting from a good friend of mine at dx-t.net. Randomly through out the day my site will not load for me. I will get a Server not found error. This happens on all my computers here, however, the site may be down on one pc and not the others or down on all of them but accessibly through a proxy only when all of them are down. When one is down and I try to access it through a proxy such as hidemyass.com I will also receive the server not found error but if it is up on another I can access it just fine by going directly to it or even with a proxy. I have been able to determine that this happens to only me, by calling a friend of mine to check it when it is down for me. Since it happens on all the computers here I figured it must be the router, I restored factory defaults, still happened, bought a new router still happened, bought another router still happens. Ok if its not the router then there is something on the network fucking with me. Do full virus scan on the computers, all I find is some tracking cookies. Damn maybe the "virus" has been crypted ok so back up alll 10 computers to an external HD and format all the harddrives. After reinstalling windows and nothing else I attempt to browse the site, same problem. I called my ISP to see if it was something they were doing, nope. Emailed my host provider and he can access the site perfectly, and no other accts on his reseller have similar problems, emailed the domain registar and they say the URL is working perfectly. Also I don't know if this is relevant to anything but my MSN messenger cannot stay logged in... Someone please help me before I smash some PC's Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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