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Old 06-24-2015, 12:57 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Might want to check the your website / server. Been trying for a couple days and am still getting a 404 error.

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I'm able to get on their sure just fine. You might trying clearing your history/cookies/etc.
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Works fine for me too.
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FYI - a 404 is a page not found error. I'm sure Ed or Dawn will contact you since you've posted, but here is a good way to know if there is a problem on your end:

Down For Everyone Or Just Me -> Check if your website is down or up?

If you go to that page, you can put in any website and see if they are having an issue.
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Whenever I get that particular error code from a known web site the problem is in my own computer or IP connection.
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About one morning out of every three, when I start my computer and go to IAP first (which is where I nearly always go first), I get the message 404 error, page not found. Sometimes as I continue to try, the message converts to "no site configured at that address".

A strategy that usually works is to run a Yahoo or Google search for "Penturners.org". Of course, both search engines find IAP. So, I can click on the link in the search and IAP will come up.

I have no idea why this happens. But the search tactic has worked every time, so far.

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About one morning out of every three, when I start my computer and go to IAP first (which is where I nearly always go first), I get the message 404 error, page not found. Sometimes as I continue to try, the message converts to "no site configured at that address".

A strategy that usually works is to run a Yahoo or Google search for "Penturners.org". Of course, both search engines find IAP. So, I can click on the link in the search and IAP will come up.

I have no idea why this happens. But the search tactic has worked every time, so far.

Hope this helps!!

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Is your connection service by any chance Comcast? Or do you happen to use google chrome as your browser?

I get that also from time to time but on my system I have the not found show up and the system then connects to the web site without me doing a thing.
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My connection at home is a "hot spot" from AT&T, usually on Firefox. (I live in the "sticks").
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A 404 error like that could be a DNS error, especially if you can get to other websites. You could try to resolve the problem by clearing your DNS cache on your computer.

Open a command prompt and type ipconfig /flushdns

This will force your computer to reach out to your ISP's DNS servers to refresh the IP address that points your computer to penturners.org.
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