When encountering any inaccessible or unable to load web page issue, one possible resolution is to try to flush (empty and reset) the DNS cache on the system. To flush the DNS on Windows system (Windows XP and Vista inclusive), follow these steps:
1. Click on Start button and then click on Run (alternatively just hit Windows + R keys) to open Run command dialog. Type Cmd into the Run box, and hit Enter. In Windows Vista, open an elevated command prompt.
2. A command prompt DOS window will open. Type ipconfig /flushdns and then press Enter to purge the DNS resolver cache.
Disable DNS pre-fetching also helps to solve Chrome cannot load and open web pages issue.
Here is a how to : Also Clear Browser Cache
at least if Clearing Browser Cache and DNS doesn't fix it then un-tick and clear Cookies/Download History
and try again I myself clear everything.
This INFO came from and is under step 3 on the how to from here.http://www.mydigitallife.info/how-to-cl ... ing-cache/
The first Step when receiving ERRORS is to clear DNS/Browser Cache/Cookies/ECT.
If you use Divx it also has Cache that will need to be cleared from time to time.
Clear your Divx cache as well. On the Divx Web Player, click on the down triangle button (to the right of the full screen button) > go to "Preferences" > click on "Download Cache" tab > click "Clear Cache Now".
Or you can access the preferences menu by right clicking on the web player.
Here is the divx test page and video player to test/access the player.http://labs.divx.com/webplayer/showcase
Here is a free Program that will clean your browser/system/registry/appshttp://www.piriform.com/ccleaner
If the above doesn't fix it just come back and we will figure out whats up and help you get it going. Tell your hubby to hold up