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Error on opening certain webpages!! Help!!

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Anonymous
February 21, 2005 1:05:04 PM

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Hi
My home internet connection is fine, though everytime i try to view a page
that would ask for a log in or contains personal information (for example,
email site, msn messenger, My ebay account, online banking or even this
website (so i'm in the local library!)) I receive the error message....Cannot
find server- page cannot be displayed, etc.... I have tried all the
suggestions on this page but still no change. I can however view all other
webpages, it is only ones with my personal data/info on them?! Does anyone
know what the problem might be!
Regards,
Helen

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Anonymous
February 21, 2005 9:44:20 PM

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You might look here:

How to troubleshoot possible causes of Internet connection problems in
Windows XP
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;314095

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Hope this helps.

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"HJN2" <HJN2@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:5C03BDAD-B7E8-4D56-B5AC-FCFC8FD6D0C0@microsoft.com...
> Hi
> My home internet connection is fine, though everytime i try to view a
> page
> that would ask for a log in or contains personal information (for
> example,
> email site, msn messenger, My ebay account, online banking or even
> this
> website (so i'm in the local library!)) I receive the error
> message....Cannot
> find server- page cannot be displayed, etc.... I have tried all the
> suggestions on this page but still no change. I can however view all
> other
> webpages, it is only ones with my personal data/info on them?! Does
> anyone
> know what the problem might be!
> Regards,
> Helen
>
!