I spent all day yesterday trying to fix the same problem and that was the solution!!! Helpful +4 Report snooper Mar 10, 2009 06:41PM I had an issue where it connected to the router but not the net. Report thehobogod 7Posts Thursday September 3, 2009Registration date September 18, 2009 Last seen - Sep 5, 2009 02:28PM if there are no green lines under networking then what do I do Helpful +20 Report Steelgrave Jan 3, 2009 02:04AM For those of you running Windows Vista or XP 64 try resetting Winsock - worked for me: Open a command prompt as an check over here
Any suggestons are appreciated. Firefox and IE would start OK but would give the "page not load" (or whatever) error. DESKTOP HAS CONNECTION!!!!!!! I have tried ipconfig /release and /renew and obtain the same ip address but will still not work. http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/ie/forum/ie8-windows_other/internet-explorer-8-unable-to-connect-to-ip/60bbef16-9e48-4be4-9ebd-de8d99dc0fa3
YesNo Feedback E-mail Share Print Search Recently added pages View all recent updates Useful links About Computer Hope Site Map Forum Contact Us How to Help Top 10 pages Follow us It could be trying to work but still faulty. I have a second PC/desktop connected to the same router via LAN and it works fine. - I tried both the LAN and wireless connections without success. - I checked both Report ade- Feb 1, 2010 07:28AM Dear jas, i have been trying to solve this problem for 2 hours.
Have system with XP SP3, have virus in Desktop and Laptop. sign-up, it takes less than a minute and it's free! View all 12 comments Report Glittabug1983- Jul 12, 2008 02:49PM Have done what you said and restarted the computer but now it does start at all, comes up with 'Boot from Flush Dns Is the same possible solution for Windows XP service pack 3?
I still get the messsge "Can not display Web Page". Any ideas what we've done wrong? In my example, it could not connect to http://192.168.1.169. If you configured Tableau Server to use a port other than 80, append the port to the URL that you use to access Tableau Server.
Report dusty.techstudentMCP,NET+- Aug 16, 2008 11:05PM device drivers are known to go bad. Firefox Related Posted on 5 September 2013, in Software Development, Software Review and tagged 127.0.0.1, Fiddler, Internet Explorer, Internet Explorer 11, isolation, localhost, loopback, Metro, proxy server, TCP/IP, web server, Windows 7, Being a member gives you additional options. If you can successfully open a web page in safe mode, the issue may be a process that only runs in normal Windows mode.
I'm so grateful. damn for 2 hours I have been searching the net!! Internet Explorer Ip Address I can ping the IP address, so I don't understand why I am getting "Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage"when I put the same IP address in the web browser.Am I Update Internet Explorer For example, if you are using Internet Explorer, try opening computerhope.com in a different browser like Firefox or Chrome.
AT&T used to help me; but, not now. check my blog all worked fine. When I listed the dependencies, the three required ones were there, but following them was SYMTDI, which I found by Googling is a vestige from unistalling Norton AntiVirus. AT&T doesn't even have an office in my city--and I live in a large metropolitan city! Telnet Commands
Any ideas? Report Lumper- Mar 2, 2009 07:51AM Oh Jeez Thanks so much. RSS Feed ← OneNote 2013 jumplistmissing Windows 8.1 – An updatefiasco → Internet Explorer 11 cannot connect to localhost Sep 5 Posted by John Dangerbrooks This post has an update! See Internet Explorer http://tcsmacs.net/internet-explorer/internet-explorer-cannot-display-ip-address.php Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. (LogOut/Change) You are
Open a command prompt and type in "ipconfig" and hit enter. Google Chrome This can only mean that IE11, at some level, takes advantage of the same isolation provided by Windows Runtime. Notify me of new posts via email.
Leave them unplugged for ten seconds and then plug them in again. sign-up, it takes less than a minute and it's free! Thanks for your good advice. I have tried disabling Windows Firewall but am not sure if I have (some indicators say it's disabled and some say it's running).
AT&T used to provide 24-hour phone service for their internet customers. That should solve all your problems. Helpful +3 Report mittu 4Posts Wednesday September 17, 2008Registration date September 19, 2008 Last seen Sep 17, 2008 06:11PM i am able to connect wireless network to my notebook... http://tcsmacs.net/internet-explorer/internet-explorer-cannot-display-the-webpage-ip-address.php I'm using Windows 7 Home Premium, had a Linksys WRT120N Router and a Westell 6100 Router (soon to upgraded to a Motorola).
Go to Solution. I've disabled firewall to test to see if a setting changed. i choose every time de second or the thirt, I hope I have helpt you Helpful +0 Report s.nty Jun 8, 2008 11:46PM i install xp on vista I lost ethernet Cause This is not a surprise for those who know that the problem could be reproduced on the Metro-style instance of Internet Explorer 10 as well.
I am experiencing the same problem. THANK YOU THERE IS A CYPER GOD!!!!!!! All of the lights on the modem are on and green. Not sure it will fix the problem, bit this would be my first step and will cause no damage at all to the computer.
CauseThe IP address has changed. No matter what I do..I can't coonect to the internet. Firefox could. Impact I tried Offline Explorer (OE) from MetaProducts, which installs a local web server for its own private use.
Why? - 127.0.0.1 does work if you disable Protected Mode in the Internet Options. - Intranet addresses such as 192.168.1.254 do work. - localhost now works from the Metro Internet Explorer Thank you. nor Win Updates.. Perhaps because I am using computers connected to the home network?
then choose Network and sharing ... spent 2hrs messing with everything else I could think of thank you for the 4 sec fix Helpful +9 Report senatorpapu Feb 19, 2009 11:28AM Hi Im running DHCP on the then make sure network Discovery is ON hope this helps someone - it wasnt exactly wot I saw on here but I got the idea from here - so thanks everyone All rights reserved.
When they check the ip address on the computer it does not match the one physically on the modem. The proxy server that I used in this example is none other than Fiddler, developers' favorite debugging tool.