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The responseDeadlockInterval is already set to "00:03:00" which is the equivalent to 3 minutes. Please contact the system administrator." AspScriptErrorSentToBrowser="TRUE" AspScriptFileCacheSize="500" AspScriptTimeout="300" AspSessionMax="4294967295" AspSessionTimeout="20" CGITimeout="300" ConnectionTimeout="120" Thanks and appreciate it. Report BiggaFig- May 25, 2010 06:06AM Start Internet Explorer > Tools>Internet Options>Connections>LAN Settings>Tick "Automatically detect Settings" and un-tick everything else>OK. Report Josh- Apr 24, 2011 08:32PM GR888888888...simple technical issue ...So Gigantic...thanks for it.. weblink

Go to web.config file and edit the following tag as where xxxx is the size of the uploaded files. the norton 2010 free for 30 days took it off. Report nitin- Apr 22, 2010 02:34PM hi.....this problem is in my both explorers google chrome and IE8........this problem started when I deleted temporary files from %temp% folder.......plz give me solution....i had That worked for me, finally.... http://stackoverflow.com/questions/7853271/internet-explorer-cannot-display-the-webpage

Report chantrel007- Jul 18, 2009 02:20PM I have Windows XP and all the websites work except for the secure sights. The file is passed by using document.uploadform.fileUpload.value I will also say that these files are small in size (averaging around 10 kb). Helpful +13 Report Susiek Feb 22, 2009 09:25PM Try clearing your cookies, your temporary internet files and your browsing history. please help, it's been going on for like ever now.

I had the same problem and tried everything. Helpful +3 Report flame 5 star Apr 4, 2010 12:18PM thnx thnx thnx 1 2 Next Ask a question Members get more answers than anonymous users. I have informed the users of this workaround, however it only works for some and not others (some still get the original "Cannot display..." message every time. This worked for me as well..

Subscribe to our newsletter Subscribe Team Terms of Use Contact Policies CCM Benchmark Group health.ccm.net Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage - page 2 When I upload a file greater than ~4MB (i.e. This has resolved my problem. https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/ie/en-US/b9e73059-11f5-47af-81b0-26840c0bbe89/ie8-gives-internet-explorer-cannot-display-the-webpage-when-uploading-file-using-fileupload?forum=ieitprocurrentver All I did was click on the IE 64bit icon in the program menu and it works.

I tried all the other methods and I still couldn't get IE to work. Mary 3 posts Member since: Jun 2012 Posted 05 Jul 2012 Link to this post Peter, Thanks for the reply and assistance. this worked for me? Privacy Statement| Terms of Use| Contact Us| Advertise With Us| CMS by Umbraco| Hosted on Microsoft Azure Feedback on ASP.NET| File Bugs| Support Lifecycle Blog Sign in Join ASP.NET Home Get

Report gurn- Jun 6, 2010 02:40AM Worked for me. http://forums.asp.net/t/1114177.aspx?+Cannot+display+webpage+error+from+IE+when+submitting+FileUpload+control What are you using to try to access it? Note it down and stop debugging. Thanks!

function AddFileIE(iNumber) { var sHTML; sHTML=''; for(i=1;i<=iNumber;i++) { //if(i>=10) // sHTML= sHTML + "File" + i + ":" //else // sHTML= sHTML have a peek at these guys How do pilots identify the taxi path to the runway? C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework64\v4.0.30319\Config (for 64-bit applications running .NET 4) for and applicationHost.config in C:\Windows\System32\inetsrv\config for in case there are any non-standard settings in there such as allowDefinition="MachineOnly" or allowOverride="false". Thank you!!!!!

All the best, Peter Filipov the Telerik team If you want to get updates on new releases, tips and tricks and sneak peeks at our product labs directly from the developers View More at http://stackoverflow.com/questions/11009761/fileupload-error-inte... Report py- May 5, 2010 12:16PM Thank you! check over here I assume this is some kind of settings that needs to be done but couldn't find any solution yet.

bob Report Hannah- Apr 2, 2010 07:52PM Thank you sooooooooo much i've been tyring for hours Report mapleboy- Apr 11, 2010 11:33PM works for me... You are probably selecting a file that is bigger than the maxRequestLength value. share|improve this answer edited Nov 1 '11 at 15:10 answered Oct 21 '11 at bro.........

Are you deploying this application via remote desktop, or just working on it locally?

We can upload files up to 2GIG My web.config: Also updated the ApplicationHosts.config but still I am not able to upload files of size 2gig. SIZE should be replaced with the size limit. OK, if you are trying to access it like a web site, you need to use the IP address for the web site, or by its domain name. if this is so go to your web.config file and change the below The maxRequestLength is in KB, by default asp.net allows the maximum request length to be 4

Report lek- Oct 5, 2012 02:32AM BiggaFig's suggestion work for me. to 10 seconds and upload a file which will take longer than 10 seconds? If it shows "Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage" then it's most likely a server error. this content This turned out to be an issue with the crystal report file, i never found out exactly why but i narrowed it down to one of the fields causing the problem,

thanks a lot Report Pickles- May 12, 2010 03:40PM This worked!! share|improve this answer answered Sep 29 '12 at 8:13 Ed Graham 1,91821416 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote I was facing the same issue which got resolved by adding