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When navigating to some websites (like victorsosea.com, citibank.co.in etc.) on Google Chrome, I get a message that the 'connection to www.site.com was interrupted'. If I try on Firefox, it says 'The connection to the server was reset'.

This happens no matter what internet connection I use on my laptop. Be it my home internet or office internet.

I have tried using Google DNS address as well but that does not seem to solve the problem. I have been facing this problem randomly for some websites. Kindly let me know how I can resolve the issue.

My laptop configuration: Windows 7, 64-bit

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Same computer? Different computer? You didn't mention if you're using a laptop or multiple PCs. Also, what OS? Mac, Windows XP, Windows 7, Vista, Linux? –  jmort253 Apr 14 '12 at 4:21
    
It may be a problem with your network card, either hardware failure or you may just need to update your drivers. –  iglvzx Apr 14 '12 at 4:27
    
Hi jmort253, I have edited my question as per your comment. I use the same laptop at home and also at office. –  Goje87 Apr 14 '12 at 4:47
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Did you find any computer from which it works? Because actually the reason for this message is that the DNS query for the domain fails. No IP address is currently assigned to the name vectorsea.com (or www.vectorsea.com).

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The message should be "server not found" or "cannot find" for vectorsea.com –  iglvzx Apr 14 '12 at 4:53
    
Sorry @zpea.. I mentioned wrong domain. It's actually victorsosea.com. I was able to browse this some days back. But suddenly Chrome started giving the interrupted error for it couple of days back. –  Goje87 Apr 14 '12 at 4:56
    
@iglvzx Damn, you are right. Did not pay attention to the message, after dig confirmed there was no entry. –  zpea Apr 14 '12 at 4:57
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Ok, great, this one and citibank.co.in have DNS entries. –  zpea Apr 14 '12 at 5:02
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