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When I attempt to use internet explorer and/or firefox I get a 'webpage cannot be displayed' message. I cannot use any specific url, or website. I can connect through Help and Support Msn internet, and my connection is GREAT. So, I have tried alot, and am ready to give up.

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First of all as u said that u can connect and u can go to different webpage with help and support and check it out first thinf is it opening the mozilla firefox or is it opening with the internet explorer and then what u can do is reset the internet explorer from internet option from tools on the left hand side up on the ie,and restart the computer and still if it doesnt work dod the sstem restore from start and all programme and accessories and system tools and sytem restore and take ur computer to an earlier date of last week and it will definately resolve ur issue.

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Windows Internet Explorer Errors on this webpage may cause it to work incorrectly


Internet Explorer users may experience frustration when the Internet browser displays an error code, especially if the error causes them to lose work or data.
However, many error codes can give insight into why the problem occurred and how it can be prevented it in the future.
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Internet Explorer may display HTTP status code errors if it cannot display the webpage.
There are five classes of status codes that begin with the numbers 1 through 5. Each status code consists of three digits. 4xx describes client (user) errors.
4xx error codes include:
400 Bad File Request denotes inccorect web address syntax such as improper punctuation or capitalization.
401 Unauthorized denotes incorrect credentials (username and password). Users can attempt to access the page with different credentials.
403 Forbidden/Access Denied occurs when the server blocks access. The website owner may have instructed the server to block access to specific files or directories.
404 File Not Found denotes a missing webpage/file. This occurs when another site uses an incorrect link or the user incorrectly enters the website URL. Double check the address.
408 Request Timeout denotes that the the user or
user's computer stopped the request before the server could complete it.
According to Marc Liron, whom Microsoft has award the Most
Valuable Professional (MVP) award for his technical knowledge and community support, the 408 error can occur because the "user will either hit the stop button, close the browser, or click on a link before the page loads." Refresh the page to correct the issue.
5xx Errors b> Unlike 4xx status codes, 5xx status codes describe errors caused by the server that houses the webpage or file the user wants to access.

5xx errors include:

500 Internal Error denotes a server configuration issue. The error page may instruct the user to contact the website administrator and may provide a contact e-mail as well as additional information about the error.

501 Not Implemented denotes the server's inability to perform the request.

503 Service Unavailable denotes a temporary server status. The server may be overloaded or down for maintenance. Other Errors b> Internet Explorer may display a prompt that alerts the user of a javascript error or display a small triangle with an exclamation point (!) in the status bar at the bottom of the screen.

According to the UpdateXP website, Internet Explorer may display a "52 Runtime Error." http://www.updatexp.com/internet-explorer-error-messages.html This occurs because a javascript cannot find a file it requires. http://www.mediacollege.com/internet/javascript/basic/error.html You may be able to solve this issue by clearing your Internet cache.
Javascripts may also experience syntax errors when the website developed has made a mistake when writing the javascript. Website visitors typically cannot fix syntax errors because the website owner must edit the javascript. However, you can look for a way to contact the website owner to alert him or her of the issue.

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Why does my computer keep saying Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage, and i have great wifi connection?


There is a typo in your homepage URL. Internet Explorer tries to display this non-existent page
every time you start up your browser.
Fix - jump through these GUI hoops, and type in your favorite URL (Universal Resource Locator).
Tools > Internet Options > General > Home page

Jan 17, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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When trying to go to online school website, recieve this error message--Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage


More detail? Check your internet connection,I .P address settings and if none of these help I would reccomend downloading and installing firefox it's much better. Heres the link:
http://firefox.com

Jul 07, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Cannot access a site although have put in browser, to acitvate it, have been having error page 403, gone into browser but still will not allow access to stite requested.


HTTP Error 403 is an error message which means that you are not authorized to view the web page which you are attempting to load. Usually, the HTTP error 403 - Forbidden means that access to the file/folder you are trying to open has been denied, either on intention or owing to a configuration anomaly. You could attempt using a proxy website if the access is blocked intentionally.

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Internet explorer cannot display webpage


what version of IE are you running, ver8 has a reset button in the tools, options menu

or it could be a bug affecting IE

Dec 20, 2009 | Microsoft Computers & Internet

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Here is my error message: Webpage error details User Agent: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 6.0; Trident/4.0; SLCC1; .NET CLR 2.0.50727; Media Center PC 5.0; .NET CLR 3.5.30729; .NET CLR...


the web page is erroring your browser (Firefox ) Just retry that website using Internet Explorer browser. Some sites haven't modded their webpages to be Firefox friendly.

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When I click on Yahoo Mail I get a Cant display


It sounds like you are using internet explorer. If this is correct, here are some 
troubleshooting steps you can try:

First of all, Did you check to see if you are connected to the internet? If so, try refreshing your browser.

Option 2- Close your browser and then reopen it. Type in www.yahoomail.com and see if the sign in page shows up.

If none of these options work this may be a problem that you would have to contact micosoft about. The microsoft website has trouble shooting forums, live chat with a microsoft technician, email a technician, and there  is also most recent information related to popular issues with internet explorer, specifically to "internet explorer not displaying the webpage" 

Another suggestion I have for you is that if you have another internet browser such as "Mozilla Firefox" Try accessing yahoo mail that way. 

Hope this helps!

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I'm getting below message everrytime I log on the


this may be because you're not connected to the internet properly, but seeing as though you're able to post here...maybe try installing Firefox

http://www.mozilla-europe.org/en/firefox/

it is faster and safer than Internet Explorer and It's free,i reckon it may fix the problem if not contact your ISP.

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Can't logon to webpages


Hi, I am sure step 1 will resolve the issue but if step 1 does not help , then you can try the other steps mentioned below.
Cheers :)

Step1>Try to log in the web page(website) in another browser.(Just like Internet explorer is a browser, similarly Firefox is another browser), therefore try firefox instead of Internet explorer . Firefox is free , you can download it from here ...
http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/
(select RUN when prompted by this software )

(If step 1 does not help resolve the issue , then try step 2 )

Step2>» Configure the Security Settings for the Trusted Sites Zone in Internet Explorer...
  1. Click the Start button, point to Programs and click the Internet Explorer icon.
  2. Click the Tools menu, click Internet Options, and then click the Security tab.
  3. Click Trusted Sites, and then click Default Level.
  4. Click Sites, type the URL of the site you want to add in the Add this Web site to the zone box.
  5. Click Add, click the OK button, and then click the Apply button.
(If step 2 does not help resolve the issue , then try step 3 )

Step3>Verify Internet Explorer Is Using 128-Bit Encryption
  1. In Internet Explorer, on the Help menu, click About Internet Explorer.

  2. The level of encryption on your computer appears next to the words Cipher Strength.

  3. Verify that the Cipher Strength value appears as 128-bit.

  4. Click the OK button.
Step4>Clear the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) Slate and AutoComplete History

To clear the SSL slate and AutoComplete History:
  1. Launch Internet Explorer.
  2. Click the Tools menu, click Internet Options, and then click the Content tab.
  3. Click the Certificates tab, and then click Clear SSL State.
  4. When the message SSL Cache Successfully Cleared appears, click OK.
  5. Click the Personal Information option, and then click AutoComplete.
  6. Under Clear AutoComplete History, click Clear Forms.
  7. When a confirmation window appears, click OK.
  8. Click Clear Passwords.
  9. When a confirmation prompt appears, click the OK button.
  10. Click OK two more times to close the Internet Options window.
Step5 >Verify that Internet Explorer is Configured to Use SSL 2.0 and SSL 3.0
  1. In Internet Explorer, on the Tools menu, click Internet Options, and then click the Advanced tab.

  2. In the Settings box, scroll to the Security menu.

  3. Click to select the Use SSL 2.0 and Use SSL 3.0 checkboxes (if they are not already selected).

  4. Click the OK button.







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