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kcor

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I am getting error "page cannot be displayed" when trying to access websites. I think it is only when I am access secure ones. To my knowledge nothing has been installed or changed on the pc. I have run a defrag and virus scan. Nothing has shown up. I have been trying to fix for 2 weeks!
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at top of your page click on tools ....then internet options...then the security tab...click each site...internet....click default.......click on intranet.....click default....click on trusted sites...click default....click on restricted sites...click default......then click apply and ok
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3.) Open IE and go to Internet Options > Security > Internet, then press "Default Level", then OK. Now press "Custom Level." In the ActiveX section, set the first two options ("Download signed and unsigned ActiveX controls) to "Prompt", and ("Initialize and Script ActiveX controls not marked as safe") to "Disable".

Now you will be asked whether you want ActiveX objects to be executed and whether you want software to be installed.
Sites that you know for sure are above suspicion can be moved to the Trusted Zone in Internet Option > Security.

So why is ActiveX so dangerous that you have to increase the security for it?
When your browser runs an activex control, it is running an executable program. It's no different from doubleclicking an exe file on your hard drive.
Would you run just any random file downloaded off a web site without knowing what it is and what it does?

GIVE THIS A TRY
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done, but no change. any other suggestions?
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try updating your java1.5

http://www.java.com/...nfiguration.xml


ie crashes and gives you cannot display page

http://www.java.com/...elp/iecrash.xml
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