Myspace doesnt work, myspace wont load. Cant hear music on myspace 1 SOLUTION HERE!

Discussion in 'macOS' started by ektor880, Sep 8, 2008.

  1. ektor880 macrumors newbie

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    MYSPACE wont load! mac and myspace. Safari wont open myspace. ONE SOLUTION HERE!
    For all the people who had trouble with myspace, i've had a bunch of time with this same issue (taken from another forum):

    When surfing the web with Firefox, if I try to open a myspace page, it kills firefox's connection to the Internet. Myspace is VERY slow to load, and it almost never completely does. Sometimes the music player loads and sometimes it doesn't. It always messes up firefox's connection. I have to quit firefox and reload it to get it to work again.
    Safari does no better; it takes a long time to load and generally doesn't load the whole page either. Sometimes it works, sometimes half the page loads, sometimes I only get a blank screen with blue question marks.

    I've tried running firefox in Rosetta. It did not help and actually made FF slower and use a lot more CPU time...

    I just tried uninstalling firefox (with app zapper) and reinstalling. Clean install of firefox and it did the same thing. Myspace would load but when it is trying to load the music player it seems to take forever, and when I try to go to any other website it will not connect.

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    SOLUTION:

    CHange your DNS server to 4.2.2.1

    How to change DNS server: Go into your mac's system preferences/ Network / Airport / advanced / DNS - Add 4.2.2.1 to the DNS Servers list


    Since I did that, the music player on myspace loads super fast and most of the page does also, i just did it and results were instant. Tell me how yall did. Mine works fine now
     
  2. GoCubsGo macrumors Nehalem

    GoCubsGo

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    Myspace not working is a problem? Interesting!
     
  3. calculus Guest

    calculus

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    Now if we could only stop facebook, twitter and the other 'social notworking' nonsense then we'd really be getting somewhere...
     
  4. dcubed20 macrumors member

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    better yet, who needs the 'internet'
     

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