If you have used Internet Explorer for any length of time, it is safe to say you have seen this message. There are a few problems that might cause the Page CAN’T BE Displayed message. The first step to consider is to make certain your Internet connection is active. To take action, open a new Internet Explorer web browser window by dual clicking the IE icon on your desktop, or from the Programs list. In the IE address bar, type the address of the website you don’t typically visit. Can’t think of any? In the event that you still see Page Cannot Be Displayed when trying to view a fresh site, choose a Diagnose Connection Problems link in the Internet Explorer windowpane.
If you do not see it in the web browser window, go to the Tools menu and click Diagnose Connection Problems. This begins the Network Diagnostics tool. If the Network Diagnostics tool finds a nagging problem, follow the steps provided by the tool. If the tool does not find an presssing concern, or if Internet company appears to be inaccessible, try power cycling the modem. This might appear like a highly technical step, but it is actually quite simple. To power cycle the modem, turn off the computer (do not restart). Unplug both power supply wire and the connectivity cord (like a phone range or Ethernet cable connection) from the trunk of the modem.
Wait just a few minutes, and reconnect the modem’s contacts then. Turn the computer back on, if the Page Cannot Be Displayed message is gone. If not, call your service provider, as there could be something outage. Once any issue with your ISP has been ruled out, another troubleshooting step is to delete Internet Explorer’s browsing history.
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Too many cached IE files may cause problems with pages loading, which can cause the Page Cannot Be Displayed error. To delete cached files, open a new IE browser windows. Click Tools on the toolbar and choose Delete Browsing History. If you do not use WEB BROWSER to save passwords online, click the Delete All button.
Otherwise, click the buttons to delete Browsing History, Cookies, Forms and History. If you have tried all the previous steps and remain viewing the Page Cannot Be Displayed message, it might be the effect of a problematic Internet Explorer add-on. An add-on is a planned program you set up that attaches itself to Internet Explorer. Some typically common add-ons are toolbars, such as Google or Yahoo. Sites that want ActiveX controls when viewing could also install add-ons. For the most part, IE add-ons are safe. A broken or otherwise problematic add-on, however, can cause the Page Cannot Be Displayed error.
To find out if an add-on is leading to the issue, close all cases of Internet Explorer. Go to the Start menu and indicate All Programs. Point to Accessories and System Tools then. Select Internet Explorer (No Add-ons). If you work with Windows Vista, you can go directly to the Start menu simply, type “Internet” into the Start Search field and select Internet Explorer (No Add-ons) from the Programs list. An Internet Explorer window will open up without add-ons.