This is a discussion on Forum Downtime within the Forum News, Feedback, Problems & Comments forums, part of the DefensiveCarry.com Forum Office category; Originally Posted by Bumper I'm not in a hurry to do the upgrade unless I am forced to . That sounds like a man with ...
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For a second, I thought my connection was bad! I was starting to get the shakes! Glad to see the site back up!!!!
Hey Sports fans, look on the bright side - ALL THESE PROBLEMS GO AWAY WITH WINDOWS 7!!!!!!!
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This is what I thought was what was going on.
I thinkDC is getting so popular that the system can't take the load
I seem to get the jitters too, when I am unable to access, but not to worry, I don't think any of us are going anywhere.
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If I use my Firefox browser, after its most recent upgrade, I receive the following message which I've never gotten before:
Firefox doesn't know how to open this address, because the protocol (hhttp) isn't associated with any program.
Yes, that's correct, "hhttp" which is not what my browser shows I'm looking at. By selecting "OK" I can sometimes, but not always, get to the site.
If I use Explorer, I can't connect at all. What gives?
This thread was started from an issue in January. For the current problem, I refer you here:
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Like a lot of others, I am a member of other gun related forums. One, in particular, the "Firearms Forum" powered by Vbulliten was off line for several days recently. When it came back online an administrator posted that they were having a problem with a hacker who didn't like guns. Now it's off line again and has been for a couple of weeks. Just sayin'.