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OS 10.4 - Suddenly cannot access websites


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Suddenly today, there are a number of websites I normally go to that now have not response. I use Firefox - tried doing an update - I tried accessing thru Safari. I tried using my old mac (10.3) - no response on Firefox. I am guessing it is a Firefox glitch? Sorry but I am allergic to all this stuff so appreciate any ideas. Very frustrating!
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I use Firefox - tried doing an update - I tried accessing thru Safari. I tried using my old mac (10.3) - no response on Firefox.
Tried doing an update - what result - was the computer still on line. Same with Safari were u on line. Are u on DSL ADSL or Cable and were the lights on modem showing u were on line.
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Using wireless on my laptop and old Mac DSL - all lights were on - email and access to some websites is fine.
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so this problem is the same on several computers?? then I'm guessing it's some sort of a security setting on your router maybe?
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actually hubby just restarted router and modem and all is good - sorry for the trouble - thanks for the speedy replies.
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