My other laptap when I click on the internet icon it comes up as Int. Exp. cannot display the webpage. Then I have to click on diagnose connection problems and then it says Problem has been resolved. Then my internet will begin to work. It is a big hassle and sometimes it doesnt even resolve. Let me know what you think.
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Hook up computer to projector AFTER projector is turned on. Power on. Right click on your desktop Click on Graphics Options Click on Output To Click on Intel (R) Dual Display Clone Click on Notebook + Monitor
open internet explorer click on tools then goto internet options
then click the advanced tab go down to the reset button and reset internet explorer to the defaults.
then after that is completed close internet explorer and reopen internet explorer and see if the web page comes up.
This usually happens when the browser cannot access the internet. Make sure your firewall settings allow the browser to access the internet. Also, make sure you are connecting to the internet ok by checking email. And internet explorer can help diagnose the problem by selecting the 'Tools' menu option and then selecting 'Diagnose Connection Problems...'. Finally, the internet explorer settings can be examined and changed by selecting the 'Tools' menu option and then selecting 'Internet Options'
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I suggest you a very efficient solution. Check all Internet Explorer settings of another laptop and do same settings in your this Toshiba laptop. If even then its not working then it may be hardware problem.
click on File at the top of the screen make sure it's not checked work offline.
Also make sure you have valid shortcuts of actual websites on your desktops and not copies of those same webpages, the difference is that when you click on a copied webpage it will almost always open up as an "offline" web page. When you click on an actual shortcut icon of a website it will open up and go to the website, however you still need to ensure that "work offline" is not checked.
Also update your internet explorer.
Another thing you can do is, open up a program that you know will pull up a webpage and try it that way. A final thing you can do is go under the Internet Explorer folder in the Programs folder under your hard drive and click on the Internet Ex icon there.