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I also lost a history of sites I wasn't finished with when I tried resetting my browser (it had the option to delete the history in the reset and I elected Thanks! Kinah May 20, 2009 at 8:50 pm Hi. Thank you, thank you, after two days of chasing rainbows and a load of suggestions which did not work…YOU solved the problem. http://pgexch.com/internet-explorer/internet-explorer-cannot-display-the-page-in-asp-net.html

My internet provider said it's my computer, and they can't trouble shoot it. Open DNS servers: 208.67.222.222, 208.67.220.220 AT&T DNS servers: 4.2.2.1, 4.2.2.2 Spectranet DNS servers: 203.122.63.152, 203.122.63.154 How to change dns servers in network connections? 1. thanks Janet January 26, 2010 My internet is working perfectly fine, on my Toshiba laptop (wireless attached), and my internet explorer and google chrome webpage cannot display the webpage…so I do How can I remove this problem sir plz tell me sir. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/956196

Exit and then restart Internet Explorer. Rating is available when the video has been rented. Helpful +6 Report abdul May 5, 2010 08:55AM internet web page canot be dispaly Helpful +4 Report deepak Dec 14, 2008 11:05AM a common problem in IE on Vista IE 8.0 Samra February 28, 2011 at 12:52 pm OH MY GOD !

Report ol182- May 1, 2010 07:05AM Same for me, thanks a lot peeps Report circlek- May 3, 2010 09:54AM THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU! ozzozz October 30, 2010 at 1:50 am ive been trying for months now nothing works i am using vista on a 32-bit acer i tried downloading internet explorer 8 and it Under advanced in ip settings ipaddresses dchp enabled and automatic metric In dns top 2 appends and register are checked in wins lmhosts and default are checked in options tcp/ip filtering I couldn't access anything through IE, but Firefox worked.

pat mcgroin 9 April 2009 05:07:21 Have you run a AV scan and a spyware scan lately? jpdykes 9 April 2009 02:38:07 I've already run CCleaner on the registry, although I'm thinking of deleting the Norton instances because I think that was a bad uninstall. it was a trojan virus (a fake antispyware)... If so, remove them until you run the updates.

So easy, but you do need to know….. Loading... I comparison the laptop I'm using now has loads of connections open on port 80 and one on 31335. I've just checked for a more recent firmware revision, but there doesn't seem to be one available.

pat mcgroin 9 April 2009 05:35:25 Not to worry we arent done.

Please note that your topic was not intentionally overlooked. Most common reason for this is wrong dns server entries in your LAN connection properties, or sometimes the DNS server entries might be correct but due to certain errors, the DNS On this screen change the DNS servers by using any one of the dns server settings specified above (as shown in the image below).

To help Bleeping Computer better assist you please perform the following steps:*************************************************** In order to continue receiving help at BleepingComputer.com, YOU MUST tell me if you still need help or if check over here It had been set to proxy by malware. Start Internet Explorer > Tools>Internet Options>Connections>LAN Settings>and then check "Automatically detect Settings" and deselect everything else. It just seems to point to this being Internet Explorer not looking for or using the LAN to attempt to connect to the internet.

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... It may has happened with you sometime, when you are not able to access some of the web sites on the other hand all other webs sites are opening properly. I have a valid IP address, gateway and DNS are correct. his comment is here Report jon- May 2, 2010 02:34AM thank you so much...look at all the people u helped including me.

and also online help from microsoft which are also useless.thanks again. 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. Thank you!

Had tried everything else, even different things in the same settings tab.

I myself faced such problem on my own connection. Report lex- Jun 8, 2010 08:49PM THANK YOU SO MUCH! Report Maurice- Apr 16, 2010 12:05PM working fine now after changing proxy settings...many thanks Report Linda- Apr 25, 2010 08:19AM OMG you are my HERO!!! Please try again later.

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There is a Diagnose Connection Problem button on the page. When I press that, it detects no errors, and instructs me to contact whoever provides support for assistance. I've tried both of your suggestions but with no success. Some of us are still 101's .....

Register now Not a member yet? Report Robbin- Jun 2, 2009 12:55PM i am still not able to get the pages to show up.....can someonw please help me? Windows 2000: This is not possible in Windows 2000 - please continue to Step 8. jpdykes 8 April 2009 06:49:44 Update: Run sfc /scannow from cmd prompt.

No seriously.. The Internet Options, Connection, LAN Settings tab was just where I needed to go. Asm-Computing 19,703 views 8:15 Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage - Duration: 3:33. It just seems to point to this being Internet Explorer not looking for or using the LAN to attempt to connect to the internet.

My "Network Connections" tab in the Control Panel reads: Lan or High-speed internet - 1394 Connection - disabled - LAN connection - connected I am now rather stumped. It was simply unclicking the proxy server box ... Does this give anyone a clue as to what the problem might be? Mean while when I deleted the product I can no longer open a web page.

The latter IP address beginning in 169 is a made up IP address Windows uses when it cannot get one from the DHCP server, which is usually your router or Internet And, then you better contact someone at that government website.