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Clear Cookie & DNS

DNS flush, please follow the below steps:

- click on the 'Start' button
- click on 'Run'
- type 'cmd' (for Windows XP) into the 'Open' box without the inverted commas, and then click on 'OK'
- on the DOS prompt, type 'ipconfig /flushdns' without the inverted commas and then press 'Enter' (note the space between 'g' and '/')
- once the process is complete, type 'exit' (note: without the inverted commas)
- turn off the broadband modem and PC
- turn on the modem, then the PC
- try browsing again

If you are still having technical issues, you may or may have not completed some of the below steps before, however please follow the below instructions in full to reset your internet browser.

If you are using Internet Explorer 6:

* open Internet Explorer
* click the 'Tools' menu and click 'Internet Options'
* click the 'Delete Cookies' button
* click 'OK'
* click the 'Delete Files' button
* tick the box marked 'Delete all offline content'
* click 'OK' to delete all Temporary Internet Files

* click the 'Security' tab
* click the 'Default Level' button (if this is greyed out, skip this step)

* click the 'Privacy' tab
* click on 'Default' button

* click the 'Content' tab
* click 'AutoComplete'
* click the 'Clear Forms' button
* click 'OK'
* click on 'Clear Passwords'
* click 'OK'
* click 'OK' again

* click the 'Connections' tab
* click on 'Never dial a connection' (if this is greyed out, skip this step)
* click the 'LAN Settings' button
* remove any ticks from all the boxes
* click 'OK'

* click the 'Advanced' tab
* click the 'Restore Defaults' button
* click 'Apply' and then click the 'OK' button
* close Internet Explorer and then reopen it for testing

If you are using Internet Explorer 7:

* open Internet Explorer
* click the 'Tools' menu and click 'Internet Options'
* click 'Delete'
* click 'Delete all'
* tick the box marked 'Also delete files and settings stored by add-ons'
* click 'Yes'

* click the 'Security' tab
* click 'Reset all zones to default level' (if this is greyed out, skip this step)

* click the 'Connections' tab
* click on 'Never dial a connection' (if this is greyed out, skip this step)
* click on 'LAN settings'
* remove any ticks from all the boxes
* click 'OK'

* click the 'Advanced' tab
* click on 'Restore advanced settings'
* click 'OK' to close the Internet Properties window
* close Internet Explorer and then reopen it for testing

If you are using Safari:

* click the Apple menu
* click 'System Preferences...'
* click 'Network'
* select 'Built-in Ethernet' from the 'Show:' option
* select the 'Proxy' tab
* ensure 'Configure Proxies' is set to 'Manually'
* under the section entitled 'Select a proxy server to configure:', ensure no boxes are selected or no proxy settings have been entered
* click Apply Now

* open Safari
* on the toolbar, click the 'History' menu
* click 'Clear History'

* on the toolbar, click 'Safari'
* click 'Empty Cache'
* when the confirmation box appears, click on the 'Empty' button

* on the toolbar, click 'Safari'
* select 'Preferences'
* for the best browsing experience customers should have the following options selected:
* Web Content:
- Enable Plug-ins
- Enable Java
- Enable JavaScript
- Block pop-up windows
* Accept Cookies:
- Only from sites you navigate to
* click the 'Show Cookies' button
* when the cookies window opens, click 'Remove All'
* when the confirmation box appears, click 'Remove All'
* click 'Done'
* close the Preferences window
* close Safari and then reopen it for testing

If this does not resolve your issue, it may be being caused by security software installed on your computer. For testing purposes, we recommend you temporarily disable any security software installed on your computer and try to access the sites again.