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Bear in mind you will lose any changes you may have made after this date including new files, software or updates. That fixed it! Re-registering the softpub.dll (dynamic link library). Ben 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - No Problems :) by Jacky Howe · 8 years ago In reply to It Worked!!!! weblink
Hey I had the same kind of problem I think (i couldn't view secure pages, the ones that begin with h_t_t_p_s) and I was getting really bummed so I just went browserhawk.com said my SSL was disabled. problem. :dead: Jan 16, 2005 #6 greglanders TS Rookie same thing going on here too... by ben · 6 years ago In reply to Thank you :)
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by ben · 8 years ago In reply to See if this helps Jacky - Can't thank you enough. Alternating Fibonacci Is there a word for being sad about knowing that the things that make you happy will eventually go away Example for a commutative subring of a non-commutative ring Go to start->control panel->Add/remove programs, remove internet explorer. This Page Cannot Be Displayed Windows 8 There are a number of possible causes, which in turn have a number of suggested fixes.
Hi, I am new to the forums thanks to this very issue. If you have enabled System Restore in the past this will work otherwise you may receive a message advising that it has been turned off in which case no restore points Similar Topics IE 6 very slow loading pages and won't load secure pages Mar 10, 2005 IE probs, won't load web pages if disconnected then reconnected for a second time Sep official site If you can see pages with the firewall disabled you will have to investigate your firewall settings with the company who supplied the firewall.
Verify that IE is working on unsecure web sites. Internet Explorer Page Cannot Be Displayed Windows Xp Or a protocol problem, as in bad handling of the "https" part in the registry. Select a date for a system checkpoint when you were able to view webpage's and then click on Next. I thought I would post my fix that works better than uninstall/reinstall.
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In the black command prompt type in netsh int ip reset resetlog.txt and then press ENTER on your keyboard. http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/ie-6-wont-load-secure-pages-ssl-https.5807/ If 1492 doesn't work for you, keep decreasing the number until it does. This Page Cannot Be Displayed Internet Explorer You can test your ability to connect to SSL sites using this SSL test site. This Page Cannot Be Displayed Windows 7 If reasonably possible, install all Windows updates.
Jan 17, 2005 #7 greglanders TS Rookie I found the cure! have a peek at these guys We run XP 2002, SP2 and this machine uses IE 6. In order to repair it follow these steps: - Click Start and then Control Panel (or Settings and then Control Panel) - Double click on Add-Remove Programs - Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Not able to access https pages in my server from IE6 up vote 0 down vote favorite I am not able to The Page Cannot Be Displayed Windows Xp
Delete your temporary Internet files and cookies. all I had to do was re-register the following .dll files: Softpub.dll Wintrust.dll Initpki.dll Dssenh.dll Rsaenh.dll Gpkcsp.dll Sccbase.dll Slbcsp.dll Cryptdlg.dll To re-register these files, follow these steps: ----------------------------------------------- 1. I've reset the web setting under the programs tab in Internet Options, and reset the setting on the default page - Didn't help any, they do have SSL 2.0 and SLL check over here Check the documentation or help file of the product you use.
My problem occurred after unistalling a program called Ghostsurf... Internet Explorer Cannot Display The Webpage Windows Vista Check Firewall/Network Configuration Make sure that the SSL port (port 443) is open on your network/firewall (if you have any). Ben Share Flag This conversation is currently closed to new comments. 8 total posts (Page 1 of 1) + Follow this Discussion · | Thread display: Collapse - | Expand
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I did a repair installation of XPand it did restore access to secure sites. Delete Cookies, Delete Files and Clear History in Tools, Internet Options, General tab. (Deleting Cookies may delete some stored Internet passwords.) Check the Delete all off-line content checkbox. Open IE and click Help, About Internet Explorer and look at the Cipher Strength. This Page Cannot Be Displayed Windows 10 If you are to connect to the Internet using other applications such as Microsoft Outlook Express or MSN Messenger this indicates that your firewall has not been configured correctly.
RemoteITtechSupport · Windows Forum · RoseCitySoftware Site menu: Home Windows 9x Windows XP Windows Vista Windows 7 Windows 8 TechFiles Forum Search Windows XP > Troubleshooting Windows XP Internet Explorer Cannot Verify that Internet Explorer Is Using 128-Bit Encryption To check: In Internet Explorer, on the Help menu, click About Internet Explorer The level of encryption on your computer appears next to And even a couple times the fix was with the encryption itself, as in services, as in, properties of IE will say "0 bit encryption". this content Change your MTU settings in WAN - mine was at 1458 and I couldn't access any secure sites - ebay, hotmail etc.
for some reason this forum is not letting me add a link to the article. Open IE, go to Tools, Internet Options, Advanced and scroll to bottom of list. On the Configuration tab, click Add, click Protocol, and then click Add.