DNS Error
#11
yes Sad
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#12
Did you clear your browser cache/temp files? It's not a DNS problem since your computer is resolving the domain to the correct IP.
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#13
what by doing ctrl+shift+delete and selecting everything?
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#14
What browser are you using?
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#15
firefox Big Grin
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#16
Try doing a force refresh (Shift + Ctrl + R or Shift + F5). If that doesn't work try viewing the site in IE or another browser to verify that the site is being cached on your PC. If it doesn't work after the force refresh or in another browser then I'm out of ideas. Sad
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#17
(2010-08-27, 09:45 AM)KuJoe Wrote: Try doing a force refresh (Shift + Ctrl + R or Shift + F5). If that doesn't work try viewing the site in IE or another browser to verify that the site is being cached on your PC. If it doesn't work after the force refresh or in another browser then I'm out of ideas. Sad


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#18
Weird, that means it's looking at the old server also but since your PC is resolving the correct IP then I'm not sure what can be causing it. Sad
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#19
Sooooo anoying Sad
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#20
Well on the bright side... you inspired me to write a new entry on my site about DNS caching being evil. Big Grin

http://www.jmd.cc/Thread-DNS-caching-can-be-evil
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