I am using Firefox on Windows Vista. When I click on a link from within my credit union's site, I get this message:
Connection has timed out. The server at global1.onlinebank.com is taking too long to respond.
I double-checked to see that Direct internet connection was checked, and it was.
Anybody that can help me please do asap, as I need to pay my bills!
i used to use firefox mozolla and liked it but it suddely stared timing out everytime I used it. I tried rinstalling it but had the same problem. that was months ago. so I thought I wold try again it times out on the installatin now. can you tell me why and can I ever use it again?
I have firefox. Works fine for every website I want to go to, except for the one I need to go to for my emails. IE7 doesn't go to this one site either. Tried all of the above plus a lot of other things. Anyone got any ideas?
Yeah I've tried that too. I uninstalled firefox and reinstalled the 3.0 version, and I still can't connect to that one site that I want to. I think it's something to do more with the network connection or other configure, but I really don't know what to do exactly for it. If anyone knows, please contact me.
after my research on web, it seems to be an internal Firefox 3.01 method of opening ssl web sites! if the SSL certification has been timed out,then this ver of Firefox will not allow you to open the web site
as matter of fact the honey Firefox use this disgusting method to make web more safer to us!!!
i have no idia how to do it ok
I had a problem where IE could connect to the Internet, but all other apps (Firefox, iTunes store, AVG virus update) could not.
Looks like after uninstalling Symantec trial AV (came with PC) using Add/Remove programs/Norton uninstaller traces were left behind casuing the problem. There is an uninstaller on the Symantec website that seems to do a better job. After running this and rebooting all is OK.
i would suggest getting a brand new modem from your ISP...ive been pulling my hair out trying to fix this error for days, and finally resorted to getting another modem ...and I soon as I did my connection has been perfect!!