Jimjumper, Though you did state that you rebooted everything, just in case it could be a DNS cache issue, I suggest shutting everything down at the same time, and this means any devices that connect to the system. With the HughesNet modem itself actually unplug it so that no power is going to it whatsoever. Then, after waiting at least a minute or two... - plug the modem back in, then wait at least three minutes to be sure the modem is all the way back up and fully ready - then boot the router, and again, wait a couple of minutes after doing so to ensure it's fully back up and ready - then boot your computer and see if there is any difference The idea with this is to clear the cache from not only the modem and router, but from all devices. HOWEVER, I would wait until tomorrow before trying this. I wouldn't want unplugging the modem interfere with any initializing the system may be going through. I don't know that it would actually do that, but I just mean it's probably best not to take the chance. I don't know whether it's a DNS related thing, but if the system is changed and the old DNS addresses are cached, it could result in weird things when trying to browse and open pages. Whatever the case, I hope it's ultimately resolved for you, one way or another.
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