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The dreaded "The Page Cannot be Displayed"


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3redheads

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This just started today. FOr most of the day, I could not access MSN and I could not access www.hotmail.com.

Now I can get into hotmail. It asks for password, user id. I fill it in and click and the next page that comes up is the "the page cannot be displayed". This is happening with my sign in with a yahoo message group also.

UGGGHHH! This is so frustrating! I also tried to sign in to my verizon email, same deal.

HEEEELLLLPPP!!

Thanks so much!
Kim

PS Ran cleanup and it didn't help

Edited by 3redheads, 23 January 2006 - 05:59 PM.

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Click start then control panel, click network and internet then internet options

On the general tab, click delete cookies, click delete files, include offline content, click clear history.

Click apply after each change.

Click the security tab and click default, click privacy and click default, click programmes and click reset web settings, click advanced to tick, do not save encrypted pages to disc and empty the temporary internet files folder when the browser is closed, click apply

Click start then run, type prefetch then press enter, click edit then select all, right click any file, click delete, confirm delete.

Click start then all programmes, accessories, system tools, to run disc clean up, reboot
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Keith,

You always come to my rescue! :tazz:

This seems to have fixed the problem. Not sure why odd things keep happening to my computer, but I really appreciate your help and expertise.

Thanks again!

Kim
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Thank You for letting me know
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