Posted: April 15, 2006 in: Shortlink: Tagged: , My wife can access all web pages from a wired connection, but when she goes wireless on the same computer, only some of those same pages can be accessed. Like it or not - get firefox its free and it will solve most of your problems. I've searched the forums and tried many fixes already that have been posted here or elsewhere: Reset Safari it then allows me to reach yahoo mail once, hangs on every try thereafter. Rebooting I have tried too many times to remember…. The problem happens in both Safari and Firefox Oct 1, 2009 MacBook hangs on certain websites yahoo mail, cbs sports, mens fraternity but only from one of my wireless networks. I tried to troubleshooting the issue by resetting Safari and by deleting the com.
Not only Myspace either, there are a few others which I cannot access, including my work email!! I had installed it ages ago, then disabled its launch on startup and forgot its existence but kept it installed. Any else i should try? I have spent countless hours on the phone with tech support both from UoP and Centurylink and no one can come up with a solution to allow me to access the site from my home. It has taken 4 hours to set it up. You will still be able to access google. Here is what I have done: I have disabled ipv6.
If the site itself is down, there's not much you can do but wait. If I am able to connect briefly to a neighbor's wireless, the websites work fine. Pretty much everything else worked like a charm except for the mouse which I already detest. Hello all, I have three computers on my home network; A dual 1. Dec 12, 2007 Just got my first Mac 24 inch iMac a couple of weeks ago and overall, I am quite happy. Second wireless router is linksys G the problem child and it is hardwire connected to first wireless router.
I have reset Safari and even clean up my hard drive with Onyx. I work with an Imac. Then, regardless of whether there are already addresses there in gray, click the plus-sign + button and enter 208. I had thought it was related to maybe firefox add-ons i. I used the value of 1492 in both of my ethernet cards using the software here suggested original values were 1500 and rebooted. Just want to say thank you for the advise on this page because it worked for me. I have been battling all week with problems on my small business network — client computers just started having problems connecting to websites without any explanation.
This is how I located the problem after over a month of trying every suggestion under the sun. Col Okay, how do I check which plugins need updates on Chrome on a Macbook? I've tried deleting cache and cookies, but it did't work for me. More specifically it occurs when tabbing from the username to the password field. The way we do this is simple: the machines auto-login to the Guest account, which will wipe the account at the end of the day. Jan 5, 2010 so I've had my MacBook for over a year, and I've never had any issues like this before. Some may even result in faster browsing. But no Hotmail or Yahoo.
There are also other factors including , packet delays and the like that make larger packets more efficient. I have had this problem for nearly a year now. But then, I could not access certain websites. Jun 4, 2010 It has been this way ever since I reset the modem a few weeks ago. I took the liberty of removing all answers because they weren't actually solving the problem but rather providing ideas and hints on where to look further leading to extended discussions in the comments. This thread looks about as close as I can get to the subject at hand. Each entry should be kept on an individual line.
If they do, you'll get a calendar with links. Check the browser's connection settings. If you're a child or teenager, your parents might have set up parental controls to prevent you from accessing inappropriate content. Unfortunately there are many possible reasons. Will I be able to do this when the Extension Gallery goes live, sometime later this summer? I reset them to 1500 and the results were amazing I can now access sites I have been unable to get onto for months. This should take you to your router settings. If you don't want this information stored, use Private Browsing.