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How Report dba- Feb 6, 2010 10:34PM Thanks dp! The text that came up described some syntax error. Even though "obtain an address automatically" is recommended, I chose" use the following"...and corrected the numbers that come up for the addresses... check over here

Another thing to note is that I reinstalled windows in an attempt to fix the problem. Quote: Originally Posted by ThrashZone Activate EPM if on a 64 bit version of windows, http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/280434-internet-explorer-10-enable-32-bit-64-bit-ie10-windows-7-a.html#post2312336 I'm running IE11 on Win 7 Pro x64. I have set Home Page as blank, so the initial screen is blank. It works right now!!!! https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/956196

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Now I can go to sleep (it's 12:45 a.m.). Started by bertiemae , Dec 07 2013 01:02 PM Please log in to reply 8 replies to this topic #1 bertiemae bertiemae Members 65 posts OFFLINE Local time:08:27 PM Posted Select a date for a system checkpoint when you were able to view webpage's and then click on Next. The same applies to the Adobe, Google, & Microsoft add-on mentioned above.

Report Susiek- Feb 22, 2009 11:39PM I had tried all of the suggestions that you mentioned in your reply, none of which worked.. Create a new scheduled task and point it to the batch file you have just created. It will be interesting to see if the "Page can't be displayed" condition appears again in this IE11 browser configured in EPM mode. Page Cannot Be Displayed But Connected To Internet Go ahead and reboot.

A screen shot is attached to show what I see. This Page Cannot Be Displayed Windows 8 I've tried to remove the ones that I have disabled, but there doesn't appear to be a way to do it from the IE11 "Manage Add-ons" window. Few days ago, I couldn't access Google and Gmail any more.

This should be done by breaking your Internet connection and then reconnecting and testing on reliable websites such as www.google.co.uk .

Thanks!!! This Page Cannot Be Displayed Internet Explorer 11 Windows 10 Edit it and but the following lines in: @echo off net stop "Wireless Zero Configuration" net start "Wireless Zero Configuration" net stop "DHCP Client" net start "DHCP Client" Now go into If it persists, it is better to check for the Network Card on the system. In the black command prompt type in netsh int ip reset resetlog.txt and then press ENTER on your keyboard.

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I spent hours and tried just about everything... http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/516721/how-to-fix-this-page-cannot-be-displayed/ in the cml run "regsvr32 actxprxy.dll" and "regsvr32 shdocvw.dll" 2. This Page Cannot Be Displayed Windows 7 Type the internet address of the web-site you are having problems with into this box and click on 'Add'. This Page Cannot Be Displayed Windows 10 To learn more and to read the lawsuit, click here.

thx Helpful +2 Report Kazik Jan 19, 2009 03:06PM Check in Control Panel and see if you can find Norton Internet Security. http://urldt.com/page-cannot/internet-explorer-11-this-page-cannot-be-displayed-windows-7.html I have IE 6.0 SP1 and Windows 98. Report sm- Mar 24, 2009 11:53AM DP I LOVE U FOR POSTING THAT MY PROBLEM IS SOLVED Report dp- Mar 24, 2009 12:57PM You are most welcome! Only problem is with the browser. The Page Cannot Be Displayed Windows Xp

Bless You!! Regards PS - I just got my first "This page can't be displayed" in EPM. Again, click on 'Tools' and you will find it immediately below 'Manage add-ons'. this content Follow the steps given below to fix this error – Step 1 – Check Internet and Browser Settings – Check if the internet is working by checking the router, modem, wireless

My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Custom Build OS Windows 7 Professional x64 SP1 CPU Intel i7-980x @ 3.6GHz Motherboard Intel DX58SO Memory Corsair 12GB DDR3 RAM (3x4GB) Internet Explorer Page Cannot Be Displayed But Chrome Works I was like... I normally connect to my router by wireless but sometimes I use a cable.

thanks from mexico :) Report eddieg48302- Dec 21, 2008 08:50PM Holy smokes, this is a first for me, i.e.

Click OK two times, and then click Yes when you are prompted to restart your computer. It should return back to a blank line into which you can type exit to close the command prompt. - If you are running any other operating system (Windows 98, ME, Report Mark- Oct 15, 2014 09:26PM so I'm not using proxy settings....Facebook works on both chrome and mozilla, but comes up as page cannot be displayed on IE. Page Cannot Be Displayed Error Code I performed a full disk clean-up, manually deleted the Java folder in C:\Program Files, and cleaned up the registry with CCleaner.

It was a typo. There are various reasons the "Internet Explorer cannot display webpage" error may appear. Helpful +1 Report BL Dec 6, 2008 02:15PM I have the same problems as above, trying to get another laptop to browse the Internet through my wireless, the wireless connection strength have a peek at these guys I tried Steelgrave's solution, but the "Netsh int ip reset" command didn't appear to work.

It's not my default browser. I inserted those commands and voala.. If you are running Windows XP you can simply refresh your TCP/IP by clicking on Start then Run and then typing command and then click OK. Good luck!

I'll go back and reactivate EPM after the reset. If this also doesn't solve the issue move on to the next step. the problem for seemed to be that some of the services that windows was running were falling over (I'm using XP by the way). Report ssss- Oct 21, 2014 02:27PM isn't working for me as nothing is ticked Report chris- Oct 23, 2014 08:26AM I have tried EVERYTHING....I am using Windows 7 and since 10/15/14,

Type the following commands without the quotes: "Netsh winsock reset" Vista will then want to be rebooted. Click on the LAN connection that you are using. Try opening your browser again and open a webpage. My OS is Windows XP (Media Center).

Someone on another forum (computer net) suggested that I set IE and Firefox to accept no proxy from the net to bypass any spyware/virus that redirects links. Try temporarily deactivating your firewalls and see if that fixes it.