404 Error Page not found - This is driving me mad

  [DELETED] 09:41 03 Feb 2006

Hi can anyone help. When trying to access certain popular webistes from my new laptop i encounter the message packard bell 404 error page not found message. The particular sites that this affects are click here and click here. when using any other computer i have no problem accessing these sites. Please help i am now tearing my hair out. I have gone to microsoft.com and only find confusing reasons and answers. Please help for my sanity. My laptop is a PB W3301 and i access the internet through a wireless connection, using window explorer.

  iscanut 10:00 03 Feb 2006

No sites displayed on your "click here". try again so we can see what you are trying to access.

  [DELETED] 10:11 03 Feb 2006

The Sites are Ntl.com and mmediaweek.co.uk

  rdave13 10:15 03 Feb 2006

Have a look at click here

  [DELETED] 10:17 03 Feb 2006

If you type in the address
click here
can you access it as this is NTL.com IP address

click here
for media week

If you can then it is a problem with your Domain Name Resolution.

  [DELETED] 11:45 03 Feb 2006

Try this for mediaweek:

click here

and I think it should be ntlworld.com not ntl.com

try: click here

  [DELETED] 11:52 03 Feb 2006

ntl.com is a valid site

click here

  [DELETED] 11:54 03 Feb 2006

After you've tried the above, then try changing the MTU as sometimes this blocks certain sites.

click here

  [DELETED] 12:36 03 Feb 2006

Sorry i an a bit of a novice what is a MTU?

  [DELETED] 12:43 03 Feb 2006

Thanks, De Marcus™ I didn't realise that. I have always used ntlworld.

But when I try ntl.com I also get page not found.

  [DELETED] 12:46 03 Feb 2006

Just also noticed that jonjo72 is quoting mmediaweek (two m's?) or was that a typing error?

I can get into mediaweek.co.uk (1 m) no problem.

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