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  1. #1
    Ladybug
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    Default This page cannot be displayed

    Hi there - Windows XP Home

    I am getting This page cannot be displayed ALOT and not just one site - various. Also having probs logging into yahoo and mail washer. I dont appear to have a virus as I have done scan.

    Maybe someone can turn the light on for me and give me places to look or things to find to help solve this???

    Thanks Bug

  2. #2
    whiskeytangofoxtrot
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    Default Re: This page cannot be displayed

    Can you get any web-sites at all?

    Is your virus scanner up to date?

    Can you get e-mail using a mail client like Outlook Express?

    SpyBot?

    AdAware?

    </usual>

  3. #3
    stu120404
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    Hello Ladybug

    > I am getting This page cannot be displayed ALOT and
    > not just one site - various.

    Can you give us the URL to one or two of them, so other people can check them & make sure that the website/ web server is not offline

    >Also having probs
    > logging into yahoo and mail washer.

    What error messengers do you get?

    Note for every one else who is reading this Ladybug ISP is Xtra

  4. #4
    R2x1
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    Hi -
    Just been worrking on a similar problem on this 'puter. (Not mine) It started after some MS updates (a lot) were applied, and just got worse until the only accessible page was the ISP homepage . I stuck in Firefox as a temporary fix and viola happiness and speed all around. Not allowed to restore IE as the browser now !

  5. #5
    Ladybug
    Guest

    Default Re: This page cannot be displayed

    Hi -

    This normally happens when I have first logged in. I keep trying whatever page and then if I dont have any luck I reboot and things seem to come right. After that I dont appear to have much problem.

    It is not any page more than others it can be this one - PF1 or xtra or foodlovers and others, and like I say yahoo and mailwasher as well.

    WTF I have tried going direct to Outlook Express not using mailwasher and the same thing - This page cannot be displayed.

    My virus definitions are up to date and I have Nortons Antivirus 2003.

  6. #6
    Ladybug
    Guest

    Default Re: This page cannot be displayed

    Oh and Spybot and Adaware I do not know how when or where to use

    I'm a little bug with not much knowledge sorry

  7. #7
    Jim B
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    Default Re: This page cannot be displayed

    Have you installed all MS updates and patches.
    See this MS article.
    http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=823386

  8. #8
    whiskeytangofoxtrot
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    Default Re: This page cannot be displayed

    Do you have a firewall? Disabling that could be a go.

    I would also try going to Start --> Run --> type in "command" without the " and click ok.

    Once you have the black and white box up, type in the following exactly:

    netsh int ip reset resetlog.txt

    Then press enter - this will clean out a lot of your networking junk and might stabilise things a bit.

    I would definitely advise downloading at least, SpyBot, preferably AdAware as well.

    Spybot - http://www.safer-networking.org
    AdAware - http://www.lavasoftusa.com

    Run the updates and scan your machine with them. Failing that I have got an ace hidden away that you might be able to try.

  9. #9
    ephesus
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    Default Re: This page cannot be displayed

    Hi, I am having the same problem as LadyBug - plenty of "this page cannot be displayed". Coincidentally I am also with Xtra.. Jetstream. This started happening during the period when Xtra was having problem with excess mail. Complained to Xtra and some tech guy came out. Said it wasn't my hardware fault and will check at the xchange. Still hasn't heard from them. Does anyone think the problem lie with the ISP? I have firewall, spybot and adware. Also tried another ADSL modem but problems still exist.

    Just tried your suggestion whiskeytangofoxtrot but no improvement.

  10. #10
    whiskeytangofoxtrot
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    Default Re: This page cannot be displayed

    > Just tried your suggestion whiskeytangofoxtrot but no
    > improvement.

    Do you get any web traffic at all?

    What about e-mail?


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