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    Question Is anyone able to get to Curse.com?

    I've been trying for the past 3 days to get to the Curse website, and every time I can't access it due to redirect loops. Is it down for some reason?

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    Legendary! Reg's Avatar
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    Works for me.

    Delete your Interface and WTF folders.

    But don't really do that. Clear cookies. lol

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    Bloodsail Admiral rashen's Avatar
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    Yup i can access it, try clearing your temporary browser files with a program, ccleaner is good.

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    I tried both installing/running CCleaner and deleting my cookies, to no avail =/

    Of course the one time I want to use Curse for WoW addons, the website stops working for me!

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    Which internet explorer are you using?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Editos View Post
    Which internet explorer are you using?
    o.O

    People use IE?

    /inb4 Browser war.

    OT:
    I've been having a few issues with some sites loading slow last night and today; but only on a few sites, not all.

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    I had the same problem on my old pc using google chrome, i had to use mozilla firefox just for that site

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    Quote Originally Posted by Editos View Post
    I had the same problem on my old pc using google chrome, i had to use mozilla firefox just for that site
    I tried both Chrome and IE, haven't given Firefox a shot yet. I'm not sure if I really want to download it to check one website though.

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    Can you make sure that your computer time is set correctly, including timezone?

    We've seen this happen when it's not totally accurate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunshine View Post
    Can you make sure that your computer time is set correctly, including timezone?

    We've seen this happen when it's not totally accurate.
    Wow, that was problem. Thanks for the heads up, I would never have tried that solution.

    Do you know why exactly that was a problem?

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    Miss Doctor Lady Bear Sunshine's Avatar
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    Not sure I know that it's a known problem with how certain browsers implement the redirect checking; maybe they're comparing timestamps from different sources (your computer vs from the server)?

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