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HELP ME... server not responding...


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this is so weird... whenever i try to access google website or search.. it doesnt load.. i get this message ./ server not responding..

all other sites work well.
its been 2 days now.. i am going crazy... can anyone help me??
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Do you have a third party firewall, running? If so, checkout the configuration carefully.

In the Terminal, try to ping google.
eg. Type ping google.com and press enter. Does it work?
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i am not sure what u mean by a third party firewall running? how do i check that>? i did type pinggoogle.com in my browser and it took me to a webpage//
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