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  • #21
    <sigh>
    All that runs automatically,
    can fail automatically...

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    • #22
      Not down. Your profile says you're in the Netherlands, so blocked to comply with EU rules. (or is that what the sigh is for?)

      Cheers,
      Dale

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      • #23
        Who is blocking Powerbasic access. Is it Powerbasic or another source
        p purvis

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        • #24
          Can use a US-based proxy server to access PB site. Try pasting www.powerbasic.com at https://www.proxysite.com/

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          • #25
            Börje,
            www.powerbasic.com at https://www.proxysite.com/ with US Server works fine for me.
            But https://forum.powerbasic.com/forum/ works without proxy server.
            /Fim W.
            Fim Wästberg

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            • #26
              www.powerbasic.com and forum.powerbasic.com are not the site. Maybe not even on the same server. One can be blocked without affecting the other. Even the hosting company can be different if one host agrees to do a DNS setting for the other.

              Cheers,
              Dale

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              • #27
                I have used PowerBasic for more than 20 years.
                Like many other members I cannot logon to www.powerbasic.com from Denmark.
                It does not matter which browser I use.
                However using https://forum.powerbasic. com does word as it does for many other members.
                For a few minutes ago I did reset my logon and can write as I am doing now.
                Other sites in the US like Amazon.com - blu.ray.com - and all other I use are working as they should.

                Why I have a problem with powerbasic.com I do not know.
                The EU use of GDPR have not been a problem for me any time.
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                • #28
                  Which "a few minutes ago"? (forum or www)

                  ((maybe a DNS server outside EU as secondary in your IP settings may help with www. If PB is blocking IPs from EU that wom't help eitrher))
                  Dale

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