Yesterday we had to rename our nameservers and while everything is looking good in terms of email etc., there's one machine that for some reason cannot connect to the website.
If you head out to countryshowdown.com, you'll see the site that was a problem yesterday. It's now coming up fine, obviously, but on my computer when I type in "countryshowdown.com," the computer brings up specialpromotionsinc.com.
I've cleared my cache (Tools / Internet Options / Browsing History / Delete) and I've also run the ipconfig/dnsflush command and I'm still getting specialpromotionsinc.com everytime I try to pull up countryshowdown.com.
What's going on? Where does "specialpromotionsinc.com" come from? Is there a setting somewhere that dictates a particular url to be pulled up with the computer can't find a specific site? And, how do I clear my computer's "memory" so that it doesn't attempt to find countryshowdown.com according to it's now antiquated nameserver?