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I cannot bring up one (only one) domain on my local computer.
This domain is owned and hosted by my (through resellers).

Things I have done:
Cleared the cache of Firefox & IE
Flushed the dns from cmd prompt
ipconfig /flushdns
refreshed NetBIOS names
nbtstat -RR
Purged NBT Remote Cache
nbtstat -R
Also ran this command that was suggested in a forum I found, from a previous post.
arp -d

It is not a nameserver issue:
The company the domain is with has confirmed that the nameservers are correct.
I have waited 5 days for propagation of the domain. It has propagated as it is viewable on other computers.
I have been in contact with them and ran through all possible problems.


It is not an ISP issue:
The domain is viewable on other computers witht ehsame ISP.
I have been in contact with them and ran through all possible problems.

It is not a hosting issue:
My IP is not blocked by the hosting company.
The domain appears fine when using the IP in the URL
I have been in contact with them and ran through all possible problems.

Also the domain is viewable on ALL OTHER computers I have tested it on (5 other computers) & the ISP, domain registrar and hosting company have stated they can view the domain.

This leaves only one possible answer, something to do with my computer.

I have ran virus/malware scans with:
Comodo Internet security. Also my firewall is set to safe mode, where I am notified of any traffic.
Malwarebytes Anti-Malware.
I also have my computer set to run scans nightly.

I am an reasonably experienced PC user (around 15yrs of about 8hrs a day, lol, get out more!), and I cannot figure this one out. Any suggestions?

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Last Post by jhaverpravin
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Check if your domain name is listed in this file. If yes then delete the line from it. Open the file in notepad.
c:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers\etc\hosts
where c: us the root drive.
Let me know if it helped you.

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