not sure but try empting the cache.. Application menu (Safari), Empty Cache.AoWolf said:Recently when ever I do a google search or try to open a book mark I get this message saying safari can't find the server. When I click the link again it loads. Any ideas?
You're running your own DNS server?AoWolf said:I doubt it this is a 1 ghz iBook with 768 ram. Also I about 250kb a second.
No idea. It must be something obscure that triggers the bug only in certain situations. I'd guess that if it were happening frequently within Apple, the Safari team would make it more of a priority to fix. For me, it happens on a daily basis. Can't find server, reload the page and it works fine. Never, ever happens in any other browser on the same machines.yellow said:???? ????
So what is different about your computers then the ~200 I care for that don't exhibit any of these problems?
Bingo. My machine (and Safari) has been virtually flawless since the day I got it - until now. The most recent updates = Houston, we have a problem.tace said:I've been getting this same error a lot in Firefox since I upgraded to 10.3.5 + some more security patches.