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is there a reason i cant go to google.com anymore??? it redirects me automatically to my counties domain. i dont want to. plus now it detects my location/city/etc where i am at. i want to remove that too. i am not logged in. how can i do this?????

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www.google.com/ncr

That will take you to Google.com. I'm not sure about removing your location though.

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[quote name='Intrinsica' timestamp='1339869445' post='594937197']
www.google.com/ncr

That will take you to Google.com. I'm not sure about removing your location though.
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ah thanks :) one thing out the way

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Using this link should work as a quick fix as well: [url="http://www.google.com/?setprefdomain?prefdom=US"]http://www.google.co...main?prefdom=US[/url]

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going there seems to have fixed it....

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I found this to be the case only with Opera. There was no way I could go to google.com, but only google.bg. Of course I could have it in English, but it would absolutely not let me go to google.com. But in Firefox and IE, I'm able to.

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when you open your local google website, look at the bottom, it says "go to google.com"

Edit: Nevermind, it's not working for me either. WTF? weird.

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Saw this thread and tried myself, same here I cant go to Google.com, used all three different methods described in this thread doesn't work like it usually does. Using Chrome. It's probably a temporary bug.

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No Google.com ? that's a bad thing ? :p

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change it in your hosts file:

computer>c drive (or whatever mounted to)>windows>system32>drivers>etc>HOSTS
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