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I am unable to open certain web pages with my new Mac book Pro using OS X. I have tried using Safari, Chrome and Firefox browsers. The web page is valid as I can still open it on my Windows based PC. Any suggestions welcomed?????
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Go to System Preferences -> Network -> Ethernet/Airport etc.. -> Advanced -> DNS

See if the numbers are the same as the ones in Windows or your Router. You need two sets of them a Primary and a Secondary.

They are needed for you to use the internet.

Also, turn off your firewall and see if the problem persists.

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Hi willfurnell

Tried your suggestion. Both numbers are there. I can access the internet, just not some banking login sites????? Thx
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Are you using IE on Windows or Chrome/Firefox/Safari?

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Hi willfurnell

Tried your suggestion. Both numbers are there. I can access the internet, just not some banking login sites????? Thx
Some banking sites are still written to use IE only. Contact your bank.


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Hi Raz0rEdge, I use chrome & firefox with Windows and have tried them also on Mac. No problem opening most pages, just trouble with certain banking login sites????? Thx
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I can open the site using firefox and chrome on windows, just not on my Mac???? Thx
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Post the URL of the banking site so we can test it to see if it's just your machine or global.
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Here it is..... https://www.moneycorp-gps.com/

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Nope, won't load at all for me on FF or Safari
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Loads just fine of Firefox version 4.

Hang on to those original install discs like grim death! Using OS X.7 or later make a bootable USB thumb drive before running Installer!
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Won't load for me either using Safari. I also changed the User Agent in Safari to IE8 and IE7 and it likewise won't load.

I don't have time right now to boot into Win 7 or XP to try it from there, however, I suspect it's the site. I notice Harry stated that he can access it with FF 4.0, so who knows...
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Seems to run just fine here in Opera 11.10, Firefox 4, Safari 5.0.5 and Chrome 11.0.696.50 beta.

Is this the only page that it happens with? Does it timeout or is the page just blank?

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Same here Van. Works fine in Safari, Webkit, FF4, Opera and Chrome here. Goes right in.
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Still no joy on opening https://moneycorp-gps.com on my MBP using any of the browsers including Opera?????? So far it seems to be specific to this site?????
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