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Hello dear ocn. As the title says, i'm really desperate! How desperate? Im writing this on my iphone, yeah, I know..

Anyway, to the bizare problem. Since i've got wireless internet in the house pages that require a login of a kind won't load, well they load, until i try anything that's connected to the login mechanism. Now for the bizare. Only my "desktop" has got this problem, my wife's laptop is perfectly fine, so is my iphone, so that already cancels a few things.

Here is a short summary of what ive tried already to solve it;

- remove cookies, nope
- mess arround with he router settings, security things, nope
- anti virus, internet security on the pc? Nope, it was perfectly fine with my previous dail up internet, and im aure it doesnt interfere.
- different brouwser, nope, all the same, tried ff, ie and google chrome.

As you can see, im rather stuck. Another little detail that might cause the problem but i dont know how is that im using a wireless usb adapter as receiver for my wifi, but i dont see how this could cause the problem.

Any input would be great, and m apologies for the typos but wriring this ammount of txt on a iphone is horror, so please try to save me!
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Reset your Internet Explorer settings to default and make sure that, since you are using Windows 7, your Windows Vault settings are correct and not blocking or clearing password lists or passworded sites. Also, you want to make sure that you dont have a malware infection on your machine, recommend you scan your machine in safe mode with Malwarebytes AntiMalware.
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Try scanning with Malwarebytes. or your anti-virus.
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Sounds like a PC software related problem to me as well. Unless you are running through a proxy there is not way to block specific type of internet trafic (like logins) over your basic SOHO routers, Access Points etc.
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This sounds like the PC can't set up an SSL connection (a secure connection often used for secure logins).

Fat chance you have a virus that doesn't want you to use SSL. A reinstall would be my course of action.
    
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Reset your Internet Explorer settings to default
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Also, you want to make sure that you dont have a malware infection on your machine, recommend you scan your machine in safe mode with Malwarebytes AntiMalware.
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If you still can't, and your Malwarebytes scan comes back clean, I'd check port 443 on the firewall. Something (or someone) may have closed it by accident.
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UPDATE

I scanned and it came up with a few things but nothing related to the problem tho.
Also checked if anything was blocked but it all seems in order.
Another thing im distrubed by is that i cant find anything about "
SSL" in my router, a bit odd, that.

Anyway, stuck oncr more.

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Right, cheers for the replies.

I'll try that malware program and see what it comes up with and run my antiv aswell, just for the cause, right?

Anyway, i personally dont think its a virus or malware because the day i changed to the new wifi i hae this problen straight away, so i switched back to my dail-up connection (still had it for a day before the term) and ta bloody da, everything working normally.

I had it guys come over from my new provider and hey didnt have a clue, not that im rly suprised by that tho.

So, ill try these things you ppl adviced, run the scan, check options again and that port.
Edited by JorundJ - 12/29/10 at 10:47am
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