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1. Go to Tools->Internet Options->Security 2. Select the Security tab 3. Click on the Internet zone icon at the top of the tab page 4. Click the Custom Level button 5. In the Miscellaneous section change Display mixed content to Enable 6. Repeat steps 1 - 5 for the Local intranet and Trusted sites zones
This is not Internet Explorer's fault, this is a bad network connection. I presume you have wireless because I experience the same issues occasionally when my wireless connection drops out. The only solution to this is either use an ethernet cable from the router to the computer or move the computer/router closer to each other or get a further reaching router. Hope that helps!
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Have you got a different browser such as, Firefox, e-capsule private browser, etc. download them on to a USB and put it on your laptop install it and there you go.