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Try again after 10 minutes or so and check you can access the internet from your device.
Posted on Jan 22, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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try one of the solutions given below
1.If facebook is the only website that is not loading or is showing a error then there might be some kind a browsing problem on your server .Don't worry you don't need to do anything just wait for some time it will be solved automatically.Actually some times the connection of your server fails with the server of the website.
you can even re check by :- go to run and
ping facebook.com -t in the box and hit ok check if there is continuous response from the server if the reply is not continuous try after some time there is browsing problem with your server in that case.
2.If none of the websites are opening then there is a problem with your network connection may be your server is down,LAN has limited connectivity which does not reaches qualify to the bandwidth of the website you are trying to view.Contact Your ISP in that case they will assist you with something.
hope this solves some of you problem ..
Posted on Dec 03, 2010
It sounds like your internet connection is down, can you view any other websites? Try visiting a random link from google, otherwise you may be viewing pages already stored on your computer.
Posted on Apr 12, 2011
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If you are being redirected to a page you're not suppose to be in. you need to try to reset the browser to default setting again. Open tools in Internet explorer > then go to internet options > then go to advanced tab > then click on the reset button.
you can now try to log on to facebook again after the reset.
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Posted on Sep 03, 2011
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Try going to http://www.facebook.com instead of "https:"//facebook.com
If that doesn't work, clear your browser's cookies and then try again. Facebook just launched their "secured" site which has "S" on their http that is whats causing the problem at the moment.
Posted on Sep 29, 2011
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