> Try to open with the other browsers as mozila or firefox
> Reset the modem in case if you are using the wired connection
> Tried to repair the connection from the network sharing and center - manage network connection - right click on the local area connection - Diagnose or repair
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Go to control panel then click on internet options after the internet options window opens click on the advance tab then look at the bottom you will see reset. Click on reset then try to launch the IE again.
1. Start > RUN > type in "cmd" 2. On the command prompt windows (black DOS window), > type "ipconfig" > hit Enter > you should have a valid IP address (something like 192.168.x.x) • if yes, then try to ping a website • if no, (you should see somthing like 169.254.x.x), check your wireless settings again. **good signal doesnt mean that you are connected, it could be a conflict with wireless encryptions too..** 3. to perform PING > on the CMD screen (back DOS based window), type "ping (space) google.com" > you should see ping statistics, something like "packets sent=4 received=4 lost=0" • if 0% lost > your connected to the internet • if 100% lost > you have no connection > again check your wireless again 4. If you can Ping and you can't still view webpages using IE here's what I suggest • Optimize your browser -delete temporary internet files and cookies 4a.1 Open Internet Explorer 4a.2 Click "Tools" (the icon that looks ike a cogwheel / gear; usually at the upper right corner of internet explorer) 4a.3 Click "Internet Options" 4a.3 Click "Delete" under the General Tab Screen 4a.4 Restart Internet Explorer • Reset Internet Explorer to factory settings 4b.1 Open Internet Explorer 4b.2 Click "Tools" (the icon that looks ike a cogwheel / gear; usually at theupper right corner of internet explorer) 4b.3 Click "Internet Options" 4b.4 Click on the "Advanced" tab 4b.5 Click on "RESET" 4b.6 Restart Internet Explorer
Click the Tools button, and then click Internet Options.
Click the Advanced tab, and then click Reset.
Select the Delete personal settings check
box if you would like to remove browsing history, search providers,
Accelerators, home pages, and InPrivate Filtering data.
In the Reset Internet Explorer Settings
dialog box, click Reset.
When Internet Explorer finishes restoring the settings, click
Close, and then click OK.
Close Internet Explorer.
Your changes will take effect the next time you open Internet
If you close all visible windows, but still get an error message
when trying to reset, you might have programs running that are not visible.
Restart Windows, open Internet Explorer, and
try resetting again.
To back up your home page or home page set before resetting
Internet Explorer defaults, see Back up your
home page or home page tabs.
If any of the categories fail to reset, it is because Internet
Explorer could not access a file or registry setting. This can be caused by
insufficient security privileges, files or settings being used by another
program, or low memory or high CPU usage. You can either continue to use
Internet Explorer without restoring these settings, or restart your computer and
try to reset again.
If you are using Internet Explorer on a server and have turned off
Enhanced Security Configuration or hardening (stronger security settings for use
on servers), reset will go to client-level security. You must reinstall
hardening if you want the increased security level. For more information on
Enhanced Security Configuration, see Enhanced Security
Configuration for Internet Explorer online.
To re-enable add-ons, see Internet
Explorer add-ons: frequently asked questions.
Hi, there are many reasons to the issue that you are facing while printing. The first step that you can do is reset the internet explorer to its manufacturer's default settings. To do this Open Control Panel > Internet Options. Once you are there, open Advanced Tab and locate the button RESET. You can go ahead and reset Internet Explorer. Once done try to open Internet Explorer and try to click on "Tools" menu and then select "Internet Options" again and go to Advanced Tab and once again try to RESET it.
Now try to check it by printing. This time there won't be any issue while printing.
Hi, Try deleting the temporary files on the temporary folders. Disconnect to your internet connection. Open up internet explorer browser. On the upper right of that page you should be able to see Tools. Select that. Look for Internet Options, which is usually at the bottom of that list. Under browsing history of the GENERAL Tab. Select settings. Now Select View files. Another window will come up. This is the Temporary folder. Delete all of the items present here. Now, try if the issue you are having still exist. If it does you need to reset the Internet Explorer.
Resetting the Internet Explorer:
1. Disconnect from the internet
2. Open up Internet Explorer again.
3. Click on Tools again.
4. Select Internet Options again
5. Go under the Advanced tab - Usually when you open up the Internet Options, the default tab is on General
6. Under Advanced tab Click on Reset
try to browse other websites. if you can that means you have a working internet except that the cache for hotmail may be corrupted. on your internet explorer go to tools>internet option>general tab> delete files. hit ok. close internet explorer then reopen. try to browse again. it should work.
Try clearing your internet cache and cookies folder, (Tools, Internet Options) close explorer and then open it again and try it from the top. If this still fails, try resetting your password again for your account and see how you go from there.
If you are not using Internet Explorer, the same rule applies to all browsers, clear the cache and remove cookies and stored passwords.