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Can't open .edu website

Discussion in 'Internet Explorer' started by Mitch89, May 12, 2010.

  1. Mitch89

    Mitch89 Flightless Bird

    I'm running Windows Vista and Internet Explorer 8.0. I'm trying to access
    the following website (http://coursenet.tuiu.edu/), but can't get the window
    to open. It just keeps trying, but doesn't open. I'm currently on a
    business trip and using my computer from a different location. I've been
    accessing this website for the past 8 months, but now I can't. I've
    contacted TUI Technical Support, but they couldn't find anything wrong. I've
    also contacted the hotel's ISP provider (Sprint), but they claim there are
    not any websites blocked at this hotel. I can login to the website from the
    library, so I know the website is operational. I've tried accessing the
    window from a DSL broadband connection and via wireless internet. My
    security settings are set at Med to High. If anyone has any suggestions,
    sure would appreciate the help.
     
  2. rob^_^

    rob^_^ Flightless Bird

    Hi Mitch,
    Contact TUI Support again and tell them to do a dns lookup on their
    nameservers.

    DNS query for ............in-addr.arpa returned an error from the server:
    NameError

    Your not in California are you?

    Regards.

    "Mitch89" <Mitch89@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:E254842C-D86D-4BD5-8ABB-0107084BC2D4@microsoft.com...
    > I'm running Windows Vista and Internet Explorer 8.0. I'm trying to access
    > the following website (http://coursenet.tuiu.edu/), but can't get the
    > window
    > to open. It just keeps trying, but doesn't open. I'm currently on a
    > business trip and using my computer from a different location. I've been
    > accessing this website for the past 8 months, but now I can't. I've
    > contacted TUI Technical Support, but they couldn't find anything wrong.
    > I've
    > also contacted the hotel's ISP provider (Sprint), but they claim there are
    > not any websites blocked at this hotel. I can login to the website from
    > the
    > library, so I know the website is operational. I've tried accessing the
    > window from a DSL broadband connection and via wireless internet. My
    > security settings are set at Med to High. If anyone has any suggestions,
    > sure would appreciate the help.
    >
     
  3. Hot-text

    Hot-text Flightless Bird

    rob^_^
    When I click the link he gave it pop-up this Error After the page Open!
    May 16, 2010 time 9:00am CT

    it may be the website not the Computer at all!



    "rob^_^" <iecustomizer@hotmail.com> wrote in message news:381AD956-49D3-426E-B188-C512E9D8F403@microsoft.com...
    > Hi Mitch,
    > Contact TUI Support again and tell them to do a dns lookup on their
    > nameservers.
    >
    > DNS query for ............in-addr.arpa returned an error from the server:
    > NameError
    >
    > Your not in California are you?
    >
    > Regards.
    >
    > "Mitch89" <Mitch89@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    > news:E254842C-D86D-4BD5-8ABB-0107084BC2D4@microsoft.com...
    >> I'm running Windows Vista and Internet Explorer 8.0. I'm trying to access
    >> the following website (http://coursenet.tuiu.edu/), but can't get the
    >> window
    >> to open. It just keeps trying, but doesn't open. I'm currently on a
    >> business trip and using my computer from a different location. I've been
    >> accessing this website for the past 8 months, but now I can't. I've
    >> contacted TUI Technical Support, but they couldn't find anything wrong.
    >> I've
    >> also contacted the hotel's ISP provider (Sprint), but they claim there are
    >> not any websites blocked at this hotel. I can login to the website from
    >> the
    >> library, so I know the website is operational. I've tried accessing the
    >> window from a DSL broadband connection and via wireless internet. My
    >> security settings are set at Med to High. If anyone has any suggestions,
    >> sure would appreciate the help.
    >>
     

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