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Need to access a site that's gone down? Google's cached version can pinch-hit in emergencies (though it may not be totally current). Just type the site name into Google, and click the link labelled Cached below the search result.
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Internet Troubleshooting & Diagnostics

There are many sites on the Internet that feature collections of useful troubleshooting tools, such as the Ping and Traceroute programs listed here, as well as many other utilities for enhancing your Internet experience. Use these resources to check the status of web sites that appear to be down, run a broadband test of your connection throughput, trace junk email, or to identify unauthorized intruders. If you suspect a virus or other security breach, please see our collection of virus and hacker tools. (You may also type the ping and tracert commands at the DOS prompt.)