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?

Re: Domain not resolving on Local Computer 80 80

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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