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For All Having Ad Problems!

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#1 by lankatv » Thu Aug 15, 2013 04:25

For all having ad problems this might work..

Try clearing dns cache. In windows you can do this by going to terminal or CMD and typing in ipconfig /flushdns

It worked for me :)
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#2 by maheshzz » Thu Aug 15, 2013 06:00

:thumbup: yes it's works. thank you
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#3 by oberder » Thu Aug 15, 2013 06:27

lankatv wrote: For all having ad problems this might work..

Try clearing dns cache. In windows you can do this by going to terminal or CMD and typing in ipconfig /flushdns

It worked for me :)


Assisting lankatv

To open the Command Terminal on Windows ( XP, Vista, 7 ) -- click or press the Windows Logo on your keyboards; then click All Programs; then click on the Accessories folder -- then right-click on the Command Prompt and Run as Administrator

When the terminal appears and you see the C prompt, just type the command below:

ipconfig /flushdns ( NOTE: yes, there is a space in between the "g" and the "/" )

Wait for a few seconds until the screen gives you a good signal that the DNS has been flushed -- then just close the window by clicking on the X

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For those who want another way, open your Piriform CCleaner, then make sure the "DNS Cache" is checked, then click to start the cleaning ( but remember, doing this may prompt CCleaner to close your browsers and clean your history, so do log out first before trying this option
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#4 by marcho21 » Thu Aug 15, 2013 07:47

it worked after some time, but some ads were not credited.
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#5 by oberder » Thu Aug 15, 2013 08:04

marcho21 wrote: it worked after some time, but some ads were not credited.

If by any chance, click on your username ( the one next to the Sign Out tab ) which will open the My Account tab; inside, click on the PTC Clicks History -- then from there, scroll down a bit to see all the ads that you clicked so far for today; if you recognize the ad in question, note down the link and create a HelpDesk ticket in regards to it

Another alternative is to check your View Ads tab and scroll down a bit to see all the ads that you've clicked for the day, and if you recognize the ad, click on it and when it opens, just click on the Report Problem on the right-side of the ad page to make the corresponding HelpDesk Ticket

So far the ads seem to be ok, but like I said: if there be an issue, it be best to find the ad and click on the Report Problem ;)
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#6 by jwyblejr » Thu Aug 15, 2013 21:45

I found out last night if you close your browser then opened it again,it worked as well. At least it did with Firefox.
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