If that isn't it, you have a dns problem. Check your dns config if you are using a static ip. If you are using dhcp you might be recieving bad dns information.
If you are behind a home router your primary dns should be the router and the secondary should be your isp's dns controller. You can type in ipconfig /all at a comand prompt to see what your current primary and secondary dns is.
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