Only facebook is not opening [Solved/Closed]

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- - Latest reply:  Igottogetaway - Jan 24, 2015 at 11:00 AM
Hi from yesterday I am not able to open facebook. other website are opening.
checked in another computer from same network service provider, facebook is working.
restored windows 8 from a day before when facebook stop working.
i reset all settings for explorer,firefox,chrome..
removed firefox and again checked with new version
even checked by setting firewall off.
done ipflush
cleared all cookies,browsing story.....

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I had same problem.
Looked for days into that problem.
Finally (in IE) I checked the encryption and that was it.
In my IE browser only SSL 1.0 and SSL 2.0 were checked.
Then I also checked TLS 1.0 in ADVANCED INTERNET OPTIONS
and that solved the problem.
Now I know, typing
http://www.f....... only makes an handshake to establish a secure connection under
httpS://www.f...
If your encryption is not good enough , no page is loading.

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Thank you! Checking TLS 1.0 solved the problem. I wonder if allowing an update to another add on had unchecked it. Anyway - this works and thank you!
many many thanks
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for facebook opening, you should adopt this procedure where FB is not opening as ordinarily

you your internet option and tab:
set it defalt and add one more effective site
put FB full address or any address which is obviously prohibited in your country
save the setting and
enjoy ...

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Dr. Sam D.M Bakker
Dr. Tom Yaomani
Wooooooooooooo! thank you sir, really it is very good
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Hello,
Try this 1
First check if you are able to ping to those sites.
Click on Start --> Run --> Type cmd and press Enter. "Command Prompt" will be opened.
Now enter the below command.
ping www.facebook.com --> Press Enter.
Are you getting the reply messages ? Also let me know the complete error message you are getting when trying to open the site in any browsers.
Good Luck
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I did Ping www.facebook.com. I got reply....and cmd promt closed. when I open fb in browser I got this msg.....

This page can't be displayed

*Make sure the web address https://www.facebook.com is correct.
*Look for the page with your search engine.
*Refresh the page in a few minutes.
*Make sure TLS and SSL protocols are enabled. Go to Tools > Internet Options > Advanced > Settings > Security

I have already enabled TLS and SSL....
I did Mcafee scan to my fb account.
Still not same problem..
I chekd putting https, http,https://facebooks.coms....not working with any of these ideas.
and rest of all web pages are opening.....
Just try with the command-

ipconfig /flushdns

in command prompt. It will work for sure.
i m also having the same problem and tries all the solutions..still it is not opening.. pls help. what should I do now?
odesk and facebook showing listed in my
browser
redhawk5000
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you rock tech nick!!! fixed my problem
THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU, haven't been able to use my computers in months. Now it works, thank you so much.
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hello, I'm also facing the same problem, I tried everything u suggested to others the message I get is "problem loading page" I'm using window 7
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Having the same problem. Actually, it happened after posting a paragraph on many places in a short time. Maybe they have blocked it for a particular time), but not sure. Everything else is working perfect.
And I don't know how to restore it. No useful answer as of yet.
Ambucias
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Zia,

Try deleting all of your temporary files and cookies, it should fix the problem.