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This is weird. Rebooted my Macbook Pro yesterday after having it on for two weeks, as an update had to be installed. The update went fine, no dramas, however after waking up my Mac this morning after putting it to sleep overnight (as I normally do), I find that I can't browse the web in Safari, Chrome or Firefox (they all return server not found or something equivilant). The weird thing is that I can telnet any web server I want and issue a basic GET request, and pulls down all the HTML for that page without problem. So it's not anything to do with DNS, firewalls, or my network. It also happens over both a wired and wireless connection.


I anticipate that a reboot will fix it, but before I do that, I was hoping to see if I could find a way to solve this without a reboot, as a reboot can be a bit of a hassle after I've loaded everything and set up my workspace.


Has anyone seen this before, and/or have any ideas?

Macbook Pro 13, Mac OS X (10.6.7), Dell U2410 LCD Monitor
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