Re: If you use google as search engine :), your link is redirected (311 Views)
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If you use google as search engine :), your link is redirected

If you use google as search engine  :), your link is redirected:

http://h30499.www3.hp.com/t5/Announcements/ITRC-redirect-announcement/td-p/4805811

 

This is pretty annoying, as I have to search again, and sometimes it doesn't find what google did find.

Is it possible to open the link from google directly to the correct page, that would really help.

 

Best regards,

 

Barry

Barry Kant

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Re: If you use google as search engine :), your link is redirected

I have had this problem too. 

 

What I have to do is look at the Cached link in google.  That will bring you to a messed up old ITRC version of the website where you can atleast see the information you were looking for.  Its not pretty but it works.

 

If there is a better way to do it I'd love to hear it.

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Re: If you use google as search engine :), your link is redirected

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Re: If you use google as search engine :), your link is redirected

Stephan,

 

Thanks for the links, that explains it!

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Re: If you use google as search engine :), your link is redirected

When searching in google, you can also try "site:h30499.www3.hp.com" and then your search terms. This will force it to search the new forums only.
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