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Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage

I clicked on the Internet Explorer and it display ''Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage'' whatever websites I click it shows me the same problem ''cannot display'' but my Windows Live Messenger is connected + signed in with no problem. My firefox also occurs the same error.

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Try to check if the connection you have from the internet is suffecient to load a page in your browser.Cause sometimes the reason why the page cannot display is because of a slow and insuffecient internet connections  Then if it has a suffecient connection then try to open the browser options and try to see the security or the privacy options and try to see the cookies if it is enable. 

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Hi.
1) Open Internet Explorer
2) Click on Tools
3) Click on Internet Options
4) Click on the Security Tab
5) Click on the Custom Level button
6) Under the Miscellaneous section look for "Display Mixed Content"
7) Click on Disable for Display Mixed Content instead of Prompt
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