click on TOOLS, INTERNET OPTIONS, then ADVANCED, then scroll down and uncheck the stupidass "show friendly error messages". Then try all pro again. What you get should give you a better message to diagnose the problem.Drew Persson said:I get the usual:
"The page cannot be displayed
Alabamatoy said:Tell me what the error is.
OK, probably there is a routing problem between your ISP and All Pros. Open a DOS prompt and enterDrew Persson said:Tried that IP number, didn't work either.
Thats a server response for a "file not found" - you may have a favorites saved that points at something they dont have up any more. Error 404 means you are hitting their server, burt asking for something they dont have listed.larryboy said:i cna't get in either. heres what i see.
Not Found (404)
Original request: /redirect.adp