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For some reason that I can't seem to figure out I cannot get to a web site that at one time i had no issues.  The site is my personal banking site I have cleared all cache from the browser, reset to default, ran without add ins, all without luck.  User in the cubicle beside me can get there no issues.  It is not being blocked it just sits there spinning until it times out.  I am stuck please assist with this issue thank you.
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by:Shahnawaz Ahmed
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Can you open any other website? ike google, Gmail, Yahoo etc?
Will you please able to try it in any other browser?
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by:ManieyaK_
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Yes all other sites are working fine, I have the issue with using all three browsers, they all do the same exact thing.

Thank you.
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Shahnawaz Ahmed earned 2000 total points
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Dear ManieyaK


Try below steps one by one i am sure you will be able to resolve your issue at the end.

http://www.thewindowsclub.com/cannot-open-particular-website-internet-explorer
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None of the steps in this article have helped with this issue.
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Thank you for providing the link.
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