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I am using IE8 on Vista. none of this worked for me. Report Dave- Apr 29, 2010 02:09PM Thanks James, did what it said on the tin Dave Report Kevin- Apr 30, 2010 05:31PM Thanks James, also worked for me! But now IE won't connect.

said... Thanks so much for the script! I have tried to uninstalling ie 7 and re-installing it with same result.   Monday, May 05, 2008 4:42 PM 0 Sign in to vote Thanks - resetting fixed my problem. Internet Explorer Cannot Display The Webpage Https But when I closed the explorer and reopened it, it closes immediately again.Then I tried Option 3.

there is no 256-bit programs or operating systems, only 32-bit (x86) and 64-bit (x64). Internet Explorer This Page Cannot Be Displayed Mon Jun 09, 06:16:00 AM penzupal said... the address bar will allow an address to be typed but it will not bring it up. ESRepair 426,301 views 13:58 How to Fix " This Webpage is not available" - Google Chrome | Mozilla Firefox | Internet Explorer - Duration: 5:45.

I couldn't connect via ie8. Internet Explorer Cannot Display The Webpage Windows 7 64 Bit Thanks. Still nothing worked for me. Windows Features My System Specs System Manufacturer/Model Number HP g60-519wm OS Windows 7 alex5109 View Public Profile Find More Posts by alex5109 14 Oct 2010 #10 mckillwashere Windows 7 x86/x64,

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My HP laptop 2006 model was upgraded to windows 7 from vista 1 year ago. my company almost exactly the same problem as you.. Internet Explorer 8 Cannot Display The Webpage I'm sorry but I didn't just fall off the turnip truck. Internet Explorer Cannot Display The Webpage Windows Vista The only thing I can advise the author is to include more keywords in the title (like IE opens and carashed, instead of just IE opens and closes, etc.

thanks Report jim ludeman- Apr 15, 2010 12:32AM very easy fix you nailed it brother thanx a million Report Nelson- Apr 22, 2010 05:15PM Hi James, The fact that he can't check over here Tuesday, December 16, 2008 12:11 PM 1 Sign in to vote Ok, i am not a technical expert but I was having the same problem. I can run 64 bit IE 9 but not 32 bit which I need. As I said, really nasty malware virus. Page Cannot Be Displayed Windows 7

Report K R- May 16, 2010 11:21PM thanks, it worked... I would appreciate suggestions. 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 his comment is here Works for me.

it opens a window and says connecting at the top and that is as far as it goes. Internet Explorer Cannot Display The Webpage Virus Reply joseph December 14, 2012 at 6:23 am # Thanks for this post, i will try this. Being a member gives you additional options.

Then scan for malware using malwarebytes.

I have hp desktop 8180 model. Had to "UNinstall" the software that scanned my computer to get the app window to go away. Top 3 ways to extract images from .docx/.doc Word documents Nginx error 413: Request entity too large Quick Fix Chinese OCR: translating scanned or photographied Chinese text to any language Dealing The Page Cannot Be Displayed Windows Xp I went to IE then clicked on tools, then the 'Internet options' box, then clicked on the 'Advanced' box then clicked on 'restore advanced settings' and then clicked on 'reset' and

I'm pretty computer stupid so I just wanted to say thanks and, to me anyway, you're a genius :) thanks again! Instead of running the file, click save and save it to your flash drive. I hope I helped you greatly on this issue. weblink Thanks!