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Neowin is borked

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Each time I try to post a reply to anything, this happens:

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It's ****ing frustrating making a lengthy reply, only to have it lost once I hit the reply button.

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Also happening in Chrome?

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Yes, I've had it happen in Chrome.

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Weird, not had any issues today personally. Something wrong with your ISP?

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Also happening in Chrome?

Test

Edit: working fine for me!

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Workin fine for me too.

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Maybe try a different browser.

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Working great here.

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I haven't had an issue. Try the following in the order listed

Power cycle your modem and router.

If you have a second machine on the network see if that other machine is having the same issue

Temporary Disable any AV on your system.

Flush your DNScache

OpenDNS. ( 208.67.222.222 / 208.67.220.220 )

Open a command prompt and type ping www.neowin.net -t and let it run for 5 mins. See if you get any timeouts.

If you determine it's limited to just 1 machine you might try opening an elevated command prompt and typing netsh winsock reset , then restart your computer.

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Yep, pretty sure it's a problem on your end, not on Neowin's. I've just commented on a report and now I'm posting this reply without any issue.

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I'll ping it a bit and see what happens. Please don't block my IP. :laugh:

The thing is though, I don't have timeout issues on anything else, just Neowin.

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I just pinged it with 0% loss.

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I haven't had an issue. Try the following in the order listed

Power cycle your modem and router.

If you have a second machine on the network see if that other machine is having the same issue

Temporary Disable any AV on your system.

Flush your DNScache

OpenDNS. ( 208.67.222.222 / 208.67.220.220 )

Open a command prompt and type ping www.neowin.net -t and let it run for 5 mins. See if you get any timeouts.

If you determine it's limited to just 1 machine you might try opening an elevated command prompt and typing netsh winsock reset , then restart your computer.

Aren't the forums on a different IP than the front page ?

Might be a different site I'm remembering....

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Aren't the forums on a different IP than the front page ?

Might be a different site I'm remembering....

actually... now that you mention it...

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I have no issues either.. It sloooooowwwwwwwwwwwww more than the usual slow.. but always comes up.. I use OpenDNS servers for what it is worth

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Working fine for me too, clearly worked for you when you posted this thread ;)

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Working fine for me too, clearly worked for you when you posted this thread ;)

Closing out and re-opening the page temporarily fixes the issue, but then it starts all over again minutes later.

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Maybe try Firefox or Windows 7. :D

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Maybe try Firefox or Windows 7. :D

Maybe Microsoft is just blocking Neowin at his workstation. Maybe he should contact the Microsoft IT department :D

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Google DNS servers (8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4) are much easier to remember also they usually ping lower than OpenDNS.

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working here too

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Can anyone confirm if IRC is down also, can't seem to be able to connect. Recieving;

18:05 -!- ERROR Closing link (seanferguso@xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx) [Authentication failed.]

checked my password numerous times and details are correct.

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Working fine here on Windows 7, Android, and a Chromebook. Maybe it's a Windows 8 problem?

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Working fine here. Win8 with Nightly and working fine in Fedora.

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P.I.B.C.A.K. error.

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