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by toxifier / August 23, 2011 1:08 AM PDT In reply to: Where's the web page for that? Plz remember to click "Mark as Answer" if this helped you. Posted by Giampiero Censori at 8:08 PM Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Labels: continue to this website, IE7, IE8, ieframe.dll, internet explorer, security certificate, webpage, website, windows xp You also can check Window Event Viewer which records the exception of application in Application section. have a peek here
No idea why Visual Studio puts it in there Reply With Quote April 22nd, 2009,03:22 AM #5 abthomas View Profile View Forum Posts Junior Member Join Date Mar 2009 Posts 16 No. Then I'd say, I don't know!
Is there a way to fix this without restarting Windows? by R. Please try the request again. visual studio 2005 - when running asp.net project I get: Internet Expl...
What is the significance of the robot in the sand? Or are you typing the URL into an instance of IE you launched yourself? I am having the same issue...could you please reply if you have any resolution? When does TNG take place in relation to DS9?
And instead of the website, an error page is displayed. Does an Eldritch Knight's war magic allow Extra Attacks? Some times it appears IN IE (as if it where pinned) but is about 200px width and 500px height and locked to the top left of the screen and you can't Solution Add res://ieframe.dll/ to the trusted sites or local intranet.
it seems that it is a filesystem website which means the asp.net webserver will serve the site instead of IIS, becuase of that you have to run the VS when you share|improve this answer answered Feb 14 '09 at 7:58 Jim Counts 6,27582654 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote You might want to check the following; Website has been created I have tried the following already:1. Facebook Twitter Google+ YouTube LinkedIn Tumblr Pinterest Newsletters RSS beta Home Login Loading...
If you are doing websites, an HTTP-intercepting tool like Fiddler or HttpWatch will be very useful to debug the interaction between the browser and your website. http://dirsubmit.net/visual-studio/visual-studio-2010-internet-explorer-cannot-display-the-webpage.html Was it installing IIS? Can you confirm that btnPartNumber_Click is being called each time in Visual Studio? by R.
Never had Visual Studio installed on this computer. I am using it on Windows 7 Ultimate, with BitDefender Total Security 2011. takeown /f c:\windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts 2. Check This Out Would it have been set to '127.0.0.1' with a fresh vista install?
Here are my steps: Start VWD, click 'Create Website', select 'ASP.NET Web Site', enter a new location & hit 'Start without debugging' Then I get this: Internet Explorer cannot display the asp.net - Precompiled .NET app receiving "Internet Explorer cannot dis... Does anyone know what's causing this?
There's an issue connected to doing that on Vista.
The error says Unable to connect to server, just similar to the one we would get if we are not connected to internet, and try to open some website. My master page was redirecting to the login screen if user wasn't logged in. Due to the problem, that I'll now describe, I have re-installed windows thrice, but to no good!Problem - When I debug the site, it is not displayed. Please note that this line is required by IP v6 and should not be removed if you are using it.
I noticed that in the uncompiled site, someone manually went into the .VB file for the login page and added the specific domain for the beta site into this check, preventing Disruptive posting: Flaming or offending other usersIllegal activities: Promote cracked software, or other illegal contentOffensive: Sexually explicit or offensive languageSpam: Advertisements or commercial links Submit report Cancel report Track this discussion Check your address bar and amke sure you are navigating to the root of your website to make sure it works fine. this contact form It may not matter but the asp:Button's should be OnClick (capitalized) for the server side click handler.
Your cache administrator is webmaster. Thanks Reply With Quote April 13th, 2012,09:30 AM #13 prajktapilankar View Profile View Forum Posts Junior Member Join Date Apr 2012 Posts 1 Re: Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage i You have to first take ownership of it then grant yourself full control. The problem is when I click debug, the website should run in the Internet Explorer.