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why could Internet explorer not display the web page?

by Guest269  |  10 years, 11 month(s) ago

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I have uploaded my WebPages to free host site and when I try to open the page it says internet explorer could not display the web page. Any idea why is it so.

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  1. Guest2624

    Internet explorer could not display the web page due to encountering various issues.

    It could be because of connectivity to your ISP, your networking device may not be working properly, or a firewall may block your connection. Here are some solutions that you could try to solve the issue:

    Method 1: In Internet Explorer, run the Network Diagnostics tool

    1.      Open Internet Explorer on your personal computer, and further try to access the Web page that is displaying the error message on the screen.

    2.     Now you will Press the Diagnose Connection Problems link on the page that is displaying an Internet Explorer error message. By doing this the Network Diagnostics tool will run. After completing the process, tool will generate a report that will show one of the following results:

    1.

    o Unable to locate any problem.

    o Diagnostics tool has found an issue. Furthermore, the tool will give guidance for the next steps to take to troubleshoot the problem.

    3.      Here you need to press IP Address, and write the IP Address. You might need it for troubleshooting in future.

    4.      After that you need to follow the steps in the Network Diagnostics tool to find the solution of any connection problems.

    5.      Now restart Internet Explorer.

    If you are receiving error message again after doing the above method, then try the next method.

    Method 2:  Here you will reset your PC modem or the router

    1.      First you will disconnect the cable that is connecting the computer to the modem.

    2.     Then disconnect the power cable to the router or to the modem.

    3.      Now restart your personal computer.

    4.      After restarting your PC, reconnect the cable from the computer to the router or the modem, and again restart your system.

    5.      Here, be sure that all cables of the network are properly connected.

    6.      Now start your Internet Explorer.

     

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