If any techies out there can give me some straight forward answers I'd really appreciate it. I'm not bad with computers but don't know all the Jargon
I opened my 188bet account at home about 5 weeks ago. For 4 weeks I've been able to access it fine from home and work. For the past 7 days I've not been able to connect from home but it's still fine from work.
Both PC's are running IE7. At home my ISP is Orange, at work we have Virgin. On my home PC I have cleared cookies, temporary internet files etc. I've also done a manual search for 188bet on my PC and deleted all files with that in the name and I still can't connect.
I have no idea what to do next so if anyone can offer any advice I'd be grateful
Thanks in advance
Are you getting the home page but just not being able to log in, Steve?
I wonder if it is a security thing. Like, you're not allowed to log in regularly from two different IP addresses or something...
No, from home I can't connect to the site at all. It's the only bookie site that I can't get and I access them all from both PC's regularly
What about accessing them through a proxy like:
AnonaSurf - Free Web-Based Proxy
See how you get on. I've got to go and pick up the kids now but I'll check bac later.
No I can't connect through a proxy either. Simply comes up with the standard diagnose connection problems page
in my experience this is not the case.
Originally Posted by craghopper
Have you tried logging in through their alternative urls?
Alternatively, I've read that entering the following command lines (after Windows start>Run in XP or just the command/search box in Vista) can sometimes "cure" problems caused by some software (uninstalling McAfee software is a major culprit for screwing PCs up apparently):
regsvr32 /i mshtml (this one doesn't work for me; the other 2 do)
Just tried opening these 4 URLs. Internet explorer cannot display the webpage (4 times)
Command lines didn't work either. I'm running Kaspersky and it's due for renewal in 10 days time, I doubt that's the cause but thought I'd mention it
Sorry, Steve, I'm stumped.
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