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Internet Explorer cannot Display Webpage


ponytail

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I keep getting the following message: Internet Explorer Cannot Display The Webpage

What you can try: Diagnose connection Problems

This appears even when I am in a website and I click on a link to another part of that site.I then click on the back button and try again but still get the message.Sometimes I go back three or four times before I get to where I want to go. This happens on different websites.Can someone advise.

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difarn

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You do not say which OS you are using or which version of Internet Explorer has the problem. Have a look at this article about how to troubleshoot IE for the various OS.

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ponytail

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Hi difarn I am using IE 8 and the OS is XP

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spuds

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Perhaps not the answer, but I stopped using Internet Explorer due to constant problems, some similar to this problem being posted now. Got fed-up with looking for solutions.

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lotvic

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Empty the Browser cache - Temp Internet Files etc. so that when you request a page it has to go get new one instead of searching cache first.

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difarn

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If you have gone through the troubleshooter I posted and done as lotvic suggested then try another browser, firefox for example.

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