|when I type in www.google.com I'm redirected and get a 404 error page : http://www.google.com/cgi-bin/redirect.ha||acubed||10/15/11 9:36 AM|
|Re: when I type in www.google.com I'm redirected and get a 404 error page : http://www.google.com/cgi-bin/redirect.ha||jurassic.software||10/24/11 4:29 PM|
|Re: when I type in www.google.com I'm redirected and get a 404 error page : http://www.google.com/cgi-bin/redirect.ha||Billgod||10/28/11 9:17 AM|
use ccleaner and clear all browser cache.. worked for me.
|Re: when I type in www.google.com I'm redirected and get a 404 error page : http://www.google.com/cgi-bin/redirect.ha||NorCal Michael||12/21/11 9:00 AM|
Looks like this is a fairly new issue that more and more people are having issue with. See this thread for more info as well:
|NorCal Michael||12/21/11 9:07 AM|
I can confirm that I had these exact same symptoms: http://ryuhokudo.com/?p=234
I'm really thinking it's an AT&T DSL/Uverse issue and in fact my customer had the exact same router that I was setting up and having issues with. Can anyone else confirm?
|cervemilio12||12/27/11 6:42 PM|
I can't find the issues resolved>?? Need help!!
About a month ago I just purchase AT&T DSL/Uverse and started working fine! I am using my laptop, it was working slow and was getting a message: at-gui webpage cgi-bin redirect.ha, another message: W3i.com and the webpage wouldn't come up the screen. Did some clean-up and still continue to get the same message, call the At&t help desk and they checked all phone lines and even come into my home. About 1 week ago I purchased a new computer packet and everything worked good, and again getting the same message, I spoke to AT& T help desk, they explained to me that it's the blue screen. What does this all meaning. All the help they tell me is that doing a clean-up and should stop this! I've try this and especially with a new desktop computer, what next?
|088casper||12/27/11 11:38 PM|
In fact it is an at&t router problem but it can be resolved three ways, one way is to get another browsing internet like Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, or Mozilla Firefox. Don't use the same internet browser that the problem occurred in. If you do not want to change your internet browser then when you want to go to Google you are going to have to type the address like this - www.google.com/search Or www.google.com/webhp ..... when you do this google will open normally. Option three - remove your web browser from your control panel and then download and install it again, NOTE: you will need to have two web browsers when you uninstall your first one to install it back again.
|merlin-3d||12/31/11 3:50 PM|
I use Chrome browser and cleared my Browser Cache using the Chromes->Options->Under the Hood menu and that fixed the problem. That fixed the problem. Thanks to be BillGod above for suggesting the answer.
BTW, this occurred after installing an AT&T Uverse Modem and I initially had a network error so that I didn't get network connectivity without going through the AT&T Tech support. Their tech staff had me try contacting google and yahoo and bot web accesses failed after the Internet connection came. While the modem was failing, these URLs were being redirected to an error message generated by the modem. I suspect that it would occur for any page that I attempted to contact before the modem
Again, clear your browser's cache and all will be good.
|N33LmfD||1/29/12 3:51 PM|
|habahnow||3/6/12 11:06 AM|
i did as Billgod said and just cleaned out my history. google seems to work as it normally does now.
the problem started when i had problems with my ATT u verse as well.
|deadeye74728||4/18/12 11:24 AM|
I did the same fix clear google internet data and fix mine as well . thanks
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|jack413man||4/21/12 12:06 AM|
Clearing cache works every time
|mrobataille||12/15/12 1:20 PM|
Clearing Cache is temporary - this is a thorough solution by modifying the router software
The video is a little bit technical (you need a telnet client) but it gets the job done perfectly and AT&T's idiotic redirection script will never show up again.
|pbsnow2000||12/19/12 10:44 PM|
Just re-install Google Chrome....
|nickolai80||1/7/13 6:13 PM|
1.) Open up "Settings".
2.) Use search box in upper right to search for "cookie"
3.) Click on "Content Settings"
4.) Click on "All cookies and site data"
5.) Use search box to search for "att"
6.) Either delete all the cookies you find, or look for the one that was just recently set.
That should fix it.
Hint: Under "Site", the cookie was something like "vls.att.net". I deleted it before writing it down.
Hint2: I did not delete any of the cookies with these site names:
I only deleted the one with some weird prefix like I hinted above, because it was just set today, when my problem started. (Click on a cookie to see when it was set).
|Hilda Hansen||1/22/13 7:08 AM|
I think it's an AT&T UVerse issue. I recently switched to AT&T from another ISP and have this issue with Google and several other sites I use regularly. No issues of this type with the previous ISP. If I clear history it works until I shut down the computer -- then recurs on the next startup. Complaining to AT&T, no help there yet.
|Don Rice||2/23/13 6:44 AM|
Try deleting and recreating your home page.
I starting getting this after resetting my AT&T broadband modem. I have AT&T DSL not Uverse at this house but setup is the same (I had Uverse at a prior house).
Interestingly most PCs at my house don't have this problem, only the one I used to set up the AT&T modem.
Browsers are IE 9, both regular and 64-bit (2 different programs but I think they share same settings files).
Tried deleting Internet history, cookies, etc. Did not work. Changing Google address to https did work but I wanted to get the regular address to work since it did work on some of our PCs.
Fix was to set the home page to "Use default" which made my home page the Microsoft one. Then I went to "http://www.google.com" which worked (note no s for https, this is the regular address). Google gave me a popup to make it my home page which I used, but I could have gone back into settngs and seleced "Use current".
Anyway that reset my home page to what it was before, except the redirector error is gone.
|Mina Nguyen||2/26/13 9:26 PM|
when my laptop connect router At&t i have same problem. i use firefox & Google Chrome type webside google.com it ok (but not work with IE).Now i can fix it.
open IE ( Internet Explorer )
Menu Tools/ Internet Options /(tab) Advanced / reset / click chose delete personal settings / reset.
then close this IE and open again.
type website: google.com now you can open it.
|Jhon Muriel||4/4/13 5:07 PM|
Exactly, mine was working perfectly until the guy came to install U-Verse, they should inform us before they screw up our computers ;(
|atthasproblems||4/15/13 5:59 PM|
Evidently lost connection at night, NVG510 moden flashing red. The 2 pages I tried to go to when I had no connection were redirected to an at&t IP diagnostics page. After unplugging (and replugging)the modem, the internet is now available except for the pages I tried previously are still being redirected. (google.com/cgi-bin/redirect.ha) IE was working but wanted to use chrome. Deleted history - no help. Deleted Cookies - didn't work. Deleted cache - no more redirects!!! I was sure this would happen again the next time the connection went down, so I reconfigured the modem like mrobataille suggested. Kind of scary for me, but all seemed to go well.