Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Internet Explorer can not display the webpage in Windows Vista

Many times, we generally get an issue of "Internet Explorer can not display the web page" in Windows Vista. This issue can be resolved by using the "system restore" to previous state. System Restore is an important utility of Microsoft's Windows ME, Windows XP and Windows Vista operating systems. System Restore is a kind of system recovery tool to return your computer to a previous state when computer was functioning properly. System Restore takes "snapshots" of critical system files and some program files and registry settings and stores all these information as restore points. System Restore allows the rolling back of system files, registry keys and installed programs etc. to a previous state in case of failure or malfunctioning of computer. Even if the issue persists then we should the following troubleshooting steps :-
Method 1:- Run the Network Diagnostics tool in Internet Explorer
1.Start Internet Explorer, and then try to access the Web page that is displaying the error message.
2.On the page that displays an Internet Explorer error message, click the Diagnose Connection Problems link. The Network Diagnostics tool will run. When the tool has finished running, it will report one of the following results:
# It was unable to find a problem.
# It has detected a problem. Additionally, the tool will provide guidance about the next steps to take to troubleshoot the problem.
3.Click IP Address, and note the IP Address. You may need it for future troubleshooting.
4.Follow the steps in the Network Diagnostics tool to fix any connection problems.
5.Start Internet Explorer.
Method 2:- Reset the modem or the router
1.Disconnect the cable that connects the computer to the modem.
2.Turn off the modem and the router.
3.Restart the computer.
4.After your computer has restarted, turn on the modem or the router, connect the cable from the computer to the modem or the router, and restart the computer.
5.Make sure that all network cables are securely connected.
6.Start Internet Explorer.
Method 3:- Use the Delete Browsing History feature
1.Start Internet Explorer.
2.On the Tools menu, click Delete Browsing History.
3.Select the check box next to Temporary Internet Files.
4.Select the check box next to History.
5.Select the check box next to Form data.
6.Select the check box next to Cookies.
7.At the bottom of window, click Delete.
8.Close Internet Explorer, start Internet Explorer again, and then try to access the Web page.
Method 4:- Use the Internet Explorer (No Add-ons) mode

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