Safari claiming I am not connected to the internet....
This could possibly be a wireless internet issue, but I'm leaning more toward it being something wrong with Safari: Usually, late at night when I am browsing the internet, the website I'd been using successfully already will stop loading and the "you
Usually, late at night when I am browsing the internet, the website I'd been using successfully already will stop loading and the "you are not connected to the internet" page will appear. I can reload multiple times getting the same error message. I'll navigate to another site on my favorites bar and that site works. Then a different site and that one won't. There is not pattern to which ones won't load and when, and if I quit Safari and reopen, it often starts to work again.
I think it is Safari because I figured if something was wrong with my wireless internet, it would restrict my access to all of the internet in general, not just random sites.
Should I delete Safari and reinstall? Also, how would I properly uninstall Safari?
Open System Preferences / Network. Click the "Assist Me" button then click the Diagnostics button.
If any of the buttons on the left are red, click Continue. If all of the buttons are green, try different DNS.
Back to System Preferences / Network then click the Advanced button then select the DNS tab.
Type in these numbers exactly as you see them here: 220.127.116.11
Click + again and type in these numbers: 18.104.22.168
Click OK then Apply.
More about DNS server addresses here:
Best to troubleshoot the current copy of Safari you have installed then reinstalling.
Check Safari / Preferences - Extensions. If you have any Extensions installed, turn that OFF. Something there might be interferring with your internet connection.
Follow the troubleshooting help here if you have any Safari third party unsupported plug ins installed.
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