Try dropping to a command-line, then executing: ipconfig /displaydns This will show all the cached DNS info that IE uses... if r937.com has the old IP still, then execute: ipconfig /flushdns A full list of commands for ipconfig is available by: ipconfig /? If the DNS Resolver cache has the correct IP for r937.com, then look on the General tab (Tools > Internet Options), look for the "settings" button under Temporary Internet Files, and make sure that it's set to *always* look for a new version of a page everytime. (YMMV -- that's IE6) If that doesn't work either, then drop to the command line again and run "format c:"... seems to fix all my Windows issues. :) HTH, rudy! --ken -----Original Message----- From: thelist-admin at lists.evolt.org [mailto:thelist-admin at lists.evolt.org]On Behalf Of rudy Sent: Wednesday, July 24, 2002 11:25 PM To: thelist at lists.evolt.org Subject: [thelist] why can't IE find the new IP number? i recently changed my domain record at verisign to point to a new host so i'm using internet explorer as my regular daily browser, and i'm checking the site daily, so the old site was in the cache, i.e. the old site's old IP number was known to IE a couple of days later, i'm thinking, boy this sure is taking a long time, so i try ping, and sure enough, ping shows the new IP number, but IE won't show the new site the new site shows up in opera, in mozilla, in netscape 4, but not IE i have cleared IE's cache, deleted history, exited, rebooted, and i still cannot get IE to see the new site, even though other browsers, on the same machine, going out over the same cable internet connection, have resolved the new IP number what's up with IE -- is it going out to some microsoft name server that hasn't been updated yet, or what? i thought all domain names would get resolved at my cable ISP, or further up the line according to wherever my ISP is connected... what's going on? it's gotta be me, right? how do i get IE to give up the old IP number? the site in question is http://r937.com/ and it should be dark gray with blue trim rudy -- For unsubscribe and other options, including the Tip Harvester and archive of thelist go to: http://lists.evolt.org Workers of the Web, evolt !