can not go to a website

July 18, 2010 at 13:21:10
Specs: Windows XP
everytime I try to go to this 1 website, it always says internet explorer can not connect, it is only on this one site, someone said send a pinging to the site, what is that?

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July 18, 2010 at 16:46:26
Is it a school or work computer? Does it work on other machines, another network or another browser?

Ping is a command that's run from a command prompt. Click start, run, type cmd & press enter.


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July 18, 2010 at 17:50:50
thank you, I will try that.

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July 18, 2010 at 18:31:31
Babington style waste oil heater pumps

The cam gear pump works fine for filtered WVO or used motor oil Babington heaters and I have installed it on my Babington style heaters. Ldu Company's stock number is 450516 , The only thing about the cam gear pump is that the fire kind of pulses as the cam gear rotates. If you use the spur gear pump that is LDU's stock number 450512 then you get a steady non-pulsing fire. The WVO pump website is or you can click through to the tools section from the home page at

LDU Company also has other parts that I use for building my waste oil burners, like gear reduction motors. I find it best to turn the pump slower because you really don't need a whole lot of oil dripping on the atomizer ball.

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July 18, 2010 at 20:42:25
A quick and dirty method would be to just delete all the files in your "etc" folder. That is "lmhosts", "hosts", "protocols" and whatever. XP will recreate them as needed.

Secondly, if the site requires cookies or some level of access your browsers don't give it, you can add them to the trusted sites list in IE. Go to Tools-Internet Options-Security tab. Click the Trusted Sites button at the top and then click the "Sites" button. Add your web site to the list. You'll have to UNcheck the "require server..." line.

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