Site not opening

Discussion in 'Internet Explorer' started by DEEPAK, Aug 8, 2008.


    DEEPAK Guest

    DEEPAK, Aug 8, 2008
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    Don Varnau Guest

    Which version of Windows?
    Which version of Internet Explorer?

    In Internet Options> Security> Internet Zone, click on Default Level.

    [Guided help] Internet Explorer stops responding, stops working, or

    936213- How to optimize or reset Internet Explorer 7:

    936214- How to troubleshoot compatibility problems that affect IE7 in
    Windows Vista:

    936215- How to troubleshoot IE7 issues in Windows Vista:

    Hope this helps,
    [MS MVP- IE]
    Don Varnau, Aug 8, 2008
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    rob^_^ Guest

    Hi DeePak,

    OS version?

    From Vista Help:

    If you encounter a certificate errors at a website you have visited before
    without errors, it's possible the website is not configured correctly. Try
    retyping the address you are using. For example, if you are typing the
    address as, try changing it to

    It is also possible that the website's certificate has expired and the owner
    or operator needs to renew the certificate in order to continue using it.

    File>Properties, Certificate button...

    This certificate cannot be verified up to a trusted certification

    Issued to:

    Valid from 1/11/2006 to 1/11/2007

    Contact to correct their web site/certificate errors.

    rob^_^, Aug 8, 2008

    kim walter Guest

    I am having several problems with my dell laptop. Cannot run Flash and keep getting this ie cannot open the internet site

    or some form of it.
    kim walter, Jul 30, 2011
  5. What is your OS? If you are using IE, 64-bit version, Flash will not run.
    64-bit is the default version if you have Win7, or Win Vista, 64. You need
    to click START>PROGRAMS> then scroll the list to Internet Explorer. There
    are two. One of them specifies it as 64-bit, you want to launch the other
    one. You can press and hold CTRL and drag the icon to the Desktop and/or, or
    both, the Quick Launch Bar where you can launch it more easily.

    If you launch IE from the default icon from the desktop, you will invoke the
    64-bit version, and when you come upon Flash content that the Flash Player
    should be invoked, nothing will happen because Flash Player does not support
    64-bit, yet.

    This is remotely possible with Windows XP, likely with Windows Vista, and
    very probable with Win7 operating systems. XP has a few instances of 64-bit
    architecture, but not many. Vista has a mix of 32-bit and 64-bit systems,
    and Win7 should be almost entirely 64-bit environments -- although I seem to
    recall the first release of Win7 was 32-bit. In any case, if you are running
    Win7, then odds are very high that you are also using IE 64-bit, and that's
    why Flash Player will not start.

    Jeff Strickland, Jul 30, 2011
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