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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Are you using internet explorer (IE 7)? or you are using the internet explorer with an old version. If your internet is unable to load some website you may need to restore its settings. but before doing it, you need to export your favorites first.
1. Open internet explorer then go to file then export your favorites.
2. Click on Tools then internet option, the go to Advance tab
3. for Internet explorer 7(newer version) click on reset. Restore for old internet explorer version.
4. Import your favorites after the restoration.
Keep me posted.
Posted on Oct 12, 2008
Stop using Internet Explorer. It is not a safe or reliable browser to begin with. See this article.
Here are the steps:
Posted on Dec 17, 2008
just a suggestion, you may want to upgrade to the latest windows internet explorer. this may eradicate the problem youre having. you may also want to install mozilla firefox if youd like.
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
Try this it helped me:
Go to Registry Editor:
Click START>RUN>type "REGEDIT"
Add following DWORD Values:
Add New DWORD Value called "RunOnceHasShown" and set the value to "1"
another DWORD Value called "RunOnceComplete" and set the value to "1"
Restart the Internet Explorer and it should be fine.
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
You most likely have a problem with pre-installed ADD-ONS, like YAHOO COMPANION TOOLBAR or something like it. Try this:
1. Launch IE without the add-ons by clicking Start->All Programs->Accessories->System Tools->Internet Explorer (No Add-Ons).
2. Click "Tools" from the toolbar and then select "Internet Options".
3. Click the "Programs" tab, then the "Manage Add-ons" Button.
4. This will display a list of add-ons. The problem add-on(s) is probably one of the ones with “(Not Verified)” in the publisher field. If you click on the entry, you can set the add-on to enable or disable. Disable each “(Not Verified)” entry until you find the add-on that was causing the problem.
Posted on Aug 01, 2009
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