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The 3d solution worked. Help! to return IE to its original functionality - very much appreciated!!! I had the same problem, couldn't get on Google and other sites. https://support.mozilla.org/questions/959632

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To the anonymous person who recommends not using the script: sorry about that, but you must have clicked an advert instead of the actual download link. Help answer questions Learn more 142 Jump to content Sign In Create Account Search Advanced Search section: This topic Forums Members Help Files Calendar View New Content Forum Rules Wtf?" => Hello, you must be clicking an ad banner instead of the actual download button. In answer to your question, both computers run through the same linksys router, the main computer wired, and the laptop wireless, but I did not set up a network.

  • Option 3 worked, for one time.
  • If this solves your problem, there could be trackers or other issues with a normal page.
  • I am on my brothers computer and none of the options worked, and a i couldnt try out option 3 because i cant get to the internet to download it on
  • Guys, I can't believe.It finally worked for me (IE8 on XP 32 bit)after months of frustrating efforts while I was doing what Microsoft were suggesting.You people are amazing!!!Thanks a lot.
  • Did anyone else have a similar issue?
  • What happens when you try to open a steam game?
  • Try clearing out Edge data out by clicking on ". . ." and choosing Settings.

Thu Jan 31, 11:13:00 AM Anonymous said... Awesome download! In order to proceed, either click the above link to download a tool that will clean up your IE settinsg, OR run the tool from your machine (yeah, the tool should What Does It Mean When Internet Explorer Cannot Display The Webpage Sat Dec 28, 08:57:00 AM windows virus removal said...

It starts looking for the site and then it just hangs up and eventually times out. Register a free account to unlock additional features at BleepingComputer.com Welcome to BleepingComputer, a free community where people like yourself come together to discuss and learn how to use their computers. Sat Nov 02, 04:00:00 PM Peter Fields said... Sun Jun 02, 05:28:00 AM Anonymous said...

Any ideas? Some Websites Not Opening In Any Browser I'm using my wife's computer to search for solutions. Fri Aug 16, 06:27:00 PM Anonymous said... I think it may be time to reinstall my Win7.

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Back to top #11 buddy215 buddy215 BC Advisor 10,883 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:West Tennessee Local time:07:32 AM Posted 11 October 2006 - 11:46 AM Check out this link:http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/lof...php/t58695.htmlHave you tried http://www.wikihow.com/Fix-Internet-Explorer-when-It-Can't-Open-a-Webpage didnt work for me. Microsoft Edge Won't Open After trying all three scripts, my inernet explorer still doesn't work. Cannot Open Web Pages But Internet Connected Wow.

It has to be a router problem, but now I don't know how to fix that. have a peek at these guys Sun Sep 29, 07:28:00 PM Anonymous said... Sign In Help English (US) cancel turn on suggestions Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches Show more unanswered questions Ask a Question 200 characters left Submit Already answered Not a question Bad question Other If this question (or a similar one) is answered twice in this My Computer Is Connected To The Internet But Won't Load Pages

All three did not work for me. Then I did a combination starting with solution #3 and then disabling IExplorer as in solution #2. The only programs loaded after wiping the hard drive were Norton Internet Security 6.0 and Windows Live Messenger. check over here Haha wow, this is really weird.

The forum says to download the new firmware update and then call linksys to walk you through the problem. Hmm We Can't Reach This Page Thu Oct 16, 05:56:00 AM Zenfone Blog said... That's exactly what happens here, except their solutions had no effect for me.

This worked perfectly.JT, Calgary, Alberta, Canada Thu Apr 03, 11:17:00 PM Anonymous said...

If you are using Internet Explorer 64 bit version, use this script: hereIf you are using IE 32 bits under Windows 64 bits, you need this one. I guess I just have to be happy with that.AC Repair Waxahachie Fri May 17, 01:37:00 PM Pieter van Holland said... It worked for IE 11.. Internet Explorer This Page Cannot Be Displayed I didn`t believe this would work, yet it did.

pictures, image, gallery, picture, photos, Quality Picture Gallery, photography, photos, pictures, galleries, desktop wallpapers, national geographic Sun Mar 23, 09:04:00 PM Anonymous said... I am running Windows 7 but the solutions also work for Windows Vista and Windows XP. Main topics are: Nginx, PHP, MySQL, and Windows based software. 2012-05-29 Top 3 fixes for: Internet Explorer won't start, IE7, IE8, IE9 opens then closes immediately I have been having this this content Tue Jul 02, 11:13:00 PM Mike Hughes said...

How do I download the script for option three if IE doesn't work? Options 3 worked a treat for me, Thank You Very Much Fri Feb 01, 06:26:00 AM Anonymous said... For instance, this may be a defective device driver, or a network setting that is only active in normal Windows mode. Thu Nov 06, 08:14:00 AM Anonymous said...

How do I find out whether W7 is 32 bit or 64 bit and how do I find out whether IE is 32 bit or 64 bit? visit more info Windows live mail support also Call +1-800-231-4635 (Toll Free). Solution 1 (by Microsoft) The problem is perfectly described on a support page entitled "Internet Explorer opens, flashes, and then closes immediately when you start it". Sat Jan 05, 10:39:00 AM Anonymous said...

Create an account EXPLORE Community DashboardRandom ArticleAbout UsCategoriesRecent Changes HELP US Write an ArticleRequest a New ArticleAnswer a RequestMore Ideas... so other people can find the solution faster :)Thanks for finding this automated script that re-registers .dll files etc. Try some of the search engines. Kai.

I've tried many solutions from other posts...but only your final solution worked!! Thanks a lot! Went right to option 3 after trying a bunch of suggested "fixes" from Microsoft the day before. I figured out a way around the "download my crapware or else" screen, downloaded the file, ran the script.

On your keyboard, bring up your options by pressing the Windows key + X. Back to top #6 buddy215 buddy215 BC Advisor 10,883 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:West Tennessee Local time:07:32 AM Posted 11 October 2006 - 07:22 AM What browser are you using?