My brother in law who is on NTL cable service runs a web site for his local golf club click here when I click the link I am taken to the correct site. Its in Newark Notts UK
Recently when he does the same he is redirected to another site with the same address but it has all sorts of other links, eg the local hotels in Newark, some of the links are to sites in Newark NJ. USA. He has sent me a copy of the page he gets and it comes through to me rather curiously with my PC warning of a request for an Active X control wishing to be downloaded. I'm OK with the Active X issue and did not agree to it. Any thoughts on what might be happening?
Thanks, I'll pass it on. Out of interest what does that do and does the "error" signify a problem. He tells me by the way that he did a full Acronis roll back to a time before the problem but to no avail.
He is about to look at silverous helpful suggestion. He now tells me that he did another full Acronis roll back today. He then tried to get into the golf club site using a link from his own (personal) site click here and he was successful. He indicated that the site address does not change when using his own link which is maybe why he got through OK. Prior to the roll back he said that the link through his own site also took him to the "bad" site.
He thinks that there may be a redirection device in his own PC?