My home network Facebook won't load, but other sites work just fine

By Javed Khan
Jun 13, 2013
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  1. Hi Friend
    Last 3 days I am having problem to access facebook on my laptop, but other sites work fine .facebook page won't load,,..I am using windows 7 enterprise and now try to open facebook on intenet explorer,Mozilla firefox and google chrome but none of them open facebook page but other sites work fine and I have acees any of other site,,,,,I am not using proxy but I have proxy server soft ware in my laptop..hope any of you help me to out of this problem..thanx

    And one thing also mention here ,,,I am using wirless connection on My laptop and on my smart fone....so possible reason router block the facebook addres,,,,is it possible???
  2. learninmypc

    learninmypc TechSpot Evangelist Posts: 5,164   +228

    Are you using http or https?
  3. jobeard

    jobeard TS Ambassador Posts: 13,340   +294

    Techspot has struggled with this in the past only to discover that the etc\hosts file contained entries for facebook. These entries typically get there by tools such as SpywareBlaster, Spybot S&D or the application from MVSP.org

    CAVEAOT EMPTOR: It should be clear that some facebook domains are more risky than others
  4. Javed Khan

    Javed Khan Newcomer, in training Topic Starter

    I found my problem....with the help my friend who is expert in it networking,,,,,,he tell me there is problem in DNS and he temporarily enter on DNS manually,,,,and now facebook is open in my laptop,,,but he tell me this temporary solution,,,so if anyone have knowledge about this then help me,,
  5. killokazzzi

    killokazzzi Newcomer, in training

    I had this problem for weeks after messing around with every "solution" I simply reset my router and all is fine now. I dont know why this happened or what happened so if someone knows please say thanks heaps and I hope it helps you


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