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The config dev server starts then displays the error, a refresh/reload will render the config pages normally. A refresh of the page always works and proceeds to load the page, but what could be causing the random drop of information? hope to see you stick around. I got the same message from both websites: The connection was reset The connection to the server was reset while the page was loading. * The site could be temporarily unavailable weblink

Page then opens OK (am using windows 7). DanCarter, Dec 26, 2015, in forum: Web & Email Replies: 0 Views: 258 DanCarter Dec 26, 2015 internet explorer closes and reopens tab pjane, Oct 10, 2016, in forum: Web & I will let you know if it somehow reverts back. These are virtual servers but this happens on everyone of them.

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You should first check whether only specific types of connectivity have been lost (e.g. I had it set to Proxy also and once I unchecked that it worked fine. Thank you! You can check for this by using nslookup to query a likely non-existent name that you create randomly, e.g.

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ymfoster replied Nov 6, 2016 at 2:52 PM Loading... I'm on vista with ie 8, limewire an msn work but no internet explorer.. #4 (permalink) 10-17-2009 Don Varnau Posts: n/a Re: IE8 intermittent "Internet Explorer cannot display v valis, Jul 13, 2009 #2 leaird Thread Starter Joined: Jul 13, 2009 Messages: 15 I have already cleared out my internet cache and it did not help at all. Internet Explorer Cannot Display The Webpage Https address and others.

stupid losers who make this sh*t dont have anything better to do with there time!.... Internet Explorer Cannot Display The Webpage Windows Xp Professional I'm on Comcast's cable internet. I couldn't access anything through IE, but Firefox worked. To check whether your DNS server has a listing for a domain, open a Command Prompt and use the name server lookup (nslookup) program: C:\Windows\system32>nslookup

To identify your DNS server1, you will need to open a Command Prompt, and type the text in red below: C:\Windows\system32>ipconfig /all | find "Servers"
DNS Servers . . . Internet Explorer Page Cannot Be Displayed Windows 7 I'll let you know. IIS is not reporting anything untoward. I even got one on signing in to this forum : ).

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When my internet at home is under heavy load things just load slow, they don't give messages as if you aren't connected to the internet whatsoever. Thanks Report Jo- Oct 25, 2012 11:50PM Thank you that worked for me .... Internet Explorer Cannot Display The Webpage Windows Xp Please try the request again. Internet Explorer Page Cannot Be Displayed But Chrome Works Thanks a lot Report Bobjoe- Apr 27, 2010 07:25PM Amazing!

Thank you Report ThreeZo- Apr 21, 2010 09:02PM thanks! Report butopia- Apr 22, 2010 03:48PM This worked for me by UNCHECKING EVERYTIHNG. You could use a web-based DNS lookup to see if other servers can find a listing. bro......... Internet Explorer Cannot Display The Webpage Google

There might be a typing error in the address. General rule for the network , not to exceed 300feet of CAT5/6 cable run, and connect no more than 3 switches in row, use them in "star topology", where is most How to specify a DNS server with Microsoft Windows By default, Windows will automatically determine which DNS server to use from the operator of your network (e.g. check over here new switches, new router config, ripped out and rebuilt from the top down.

I can access other websites. Internet Explorer Cannot Display The Webpage Windows 7 64 Bit When browsing the internet occasionally the browser will result with an "Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage" message as if you are not connected to the internet whatsoever. See Microsoft Knowledge Base article 936211: “How to troubleshoot network connectivity problems in Internet Explorer” 2.

Reciprocally, a firewall may block ping but not block your DNS/web access. 3.

it may be rebooting, off, or no server process is running the server may only respond to indicate that it is unavailable, e.g. Subscribe to the Houston Chronicle | Shopping | Classifieds | Obits | Place an Ad | La Voz Register | Sign In Home Local In Local Neighborhoods Houston & Texas Traffic Helpful +13 Report Susiek Feb 22, 2009 09:25PM Try clearing your cookies, your temporary internet files and your browsing history. Internet Explorer Cannot Display The Webpage For Some Sites The host file has the localhost references commented out. # localhost name resolution is handled within DNS itself. (commenting out etc tried) # localhost #::1 localhost IPCONFIG shows an Ipv4

In addition, run a full system scan for potential threats to check for malware that may have affected Internet Explorer. Just now I see this every 2-4 new web pages that > need a bit to open (like registering on a site, or logging in). #3 (permalink) 10-17-2009 Reboot Report Abby- May 9, 2011 07:12AM This is what worked for me as well. Loading...

thanks a lot Report Pickles- May 12, 2010 03:40PM This worked!! To identify all servers, type ipconfig /all | more and search for the “DNS Servers . . ” line, and any other servers will be listed after the first line. 2 The status code returned from the server was: 12002 This is after about 5-10 seconds fro execution. Might have seen 3-5 of these messages in my computer's > life before installing.

The solution it offers is: Reset the network adapter "Wireless Network Connection." Resetting the adapter can sometimes resolve an intermittent problem. We have XP on the computer. Also duplicate link to location - STP on managed switch will disable it, on unmanaged will screw up network. It should work ok now!!

Start, Programs\Accessories and right click on Command Prompt, select "Run as Administrator" to open a command prompt.