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Users of Internet Explorer sometimes report a problem that at first appears to be a DNS issue, or a network problem in general, but is in fact due to a corrupt cache-management file in Internet Explorer. To fix this you must:
a. Delete your CACHE.DNS file and let it regenerate
b. Point your site's DNS at a different name server
c. Reset your proxy server
d. Rebuild the INDEX.DAT file
e. Hide the cache under your mattress
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