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Ie7 Keeps Saying Webpage Cannot Be Displayed


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#1 phoenix_124

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Posted 27 April 2007 - 08:21 PM

Hi, I have Windows Vista Home Premium and my IE7 keeps saying "webpage cannot be displayed". When that happens my Windows Live messenger Version 8.1 also disconnects. I'm very annoyed here and wanted to ask if others have the same problem and how to resolve it. Thanks.
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Posted 28 April 2007 - 12:21 AM

First :

Go to START RUN type
ipconfig /flushdns

Second :

Most Internet connectivity problems arise out of corrupt Winsock settings due to the installation of a networking software or Malware infestation.

If your using Windows XP SP2, log on as an administrator.
Go to Start > Run and type: cmd
Press OK or Hit ENTER.
A dos Window will appear. Type or copy/paste the following: netsh winsock reset
Hit ENTER.
When the program is finished, you will receive the message: "Successfully reset the Winsock Catalog. You must restart the machine in order to complete the reset."
Close the command box and reboot your computer.

please report back what kind of result

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Posted 28 April 2007 - 07:47 PM

I have done everything you say. Oh and Just to tell you I have Vista and not XP SP2. Anyways somehow the problem still consist. I logged in to Windows Live Messenger and went to a common website where the error occurs the most. The webpage said: The Webpage Cannot be Displayed and my Windows Live Messenger disconnected :thumbsup: .
Thanks for taking my case :flowers:
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Posted 28 April 2007 - 07:54 PM

Which firewall do you have ?

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Posted 28 April 2007 - 08:37 PM

Nortons Internet Security 2007. Well I don't know it started to happen like a month after I upgraded to Vista
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Posted 29 April 2007 - 01:51 AM

Think this has to be a setting issue within NIS2007 and Vista/IE7
Did you scan with NIS recently?

There could be a number of issues at hand here. The shortest way is to do the following START RUN and type eventvwr. This will open a screen where you can choose from 3 options (Application System and Security) Please check there for red crosses, selec them them and post the contents here.
Event viewer tut


Please try the following to make absolutely sure there is a connection ,
Right-click on any folder on your Windows Vista machine while holding down the shift key. You'll see an extra context-sensitive menu item there: Open Command Prompt here. Just click on this menu and a command window will open with the current working directory set to the folder's actual location.

type
ping www.google.com
and post back whether you get any result.

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Posted 02 May 2007 - 05:51 PM

Think this has to be a setting issue within NIS2007 and Vista/IE7
Did you scan with NIS recently?

There could be a number of issues at hand here. The shortest way is to do the following START RUN and type eventvwr. This will open a screen where you can choose from 3 options (Application System and Security) Please check there for red crosses, selec them them and post the contents here.
Event viewer tut


Please try the following to make absolutely sure there is a connection ,
Right-click on any folder on your Windows Vista machine while holding down the shift key. You'll see an extra context-sensitive menu item there: Open Command Prompt here. Just click on this menu and a command window will open with the current working directory set to the folder's actual location.

type

ping www.google.com
and post back whether you get any result.

Hi, I this is what I found:
I dodn't kind of list them all though because there are lots.
one from yesterday: Warning for User Profile Settings from Application (Just to tell you I cannot find Application system and Security, in Vista I see Windows logo with + on it. Inside in Security, Application and .etc.
Sec: error from Application -Source:SideBySide
in Security, I only see keys and not red cross
3d: in system, all are errors source: Service control manager
and that's it :thumbsup:

The ping thing has been sucessful and I am connected to the internet (tried using the google thing you instructed)

Cheers!!!
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