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Banners saying"This Page cannot be displayed "

Help!
In every website I visit,some banners wont show, in place of it says "This page cannot be displayed bla bla..."
I checked my cookie setting ,it didnt do this when I had win 98se...
it isnt the firewall ,I know that.I installed shockwave player and flash player thinking that what it was. Clues anyone?Thanks so much!!
""would quicktime fix the problem?""

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Since you are posting here, I assumed

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that you using windows xp... the question is what have you installed on it.. SP1, SP2, Anti virus or any 'anti' available out there?

Shockwave, Flash, Quicktime is a 'music/video player' not for fixing something.

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for some reason I thought it would help load pictures in sites.anyhow I will bump this because I still have this problem

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Banners saying "This page cannot be displayed"

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You might want to try this.
"The Page Cannot Be Displayed" Error Message (XP)
http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=326155
http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=812336
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You may need to clear your TIF(Temporary Internet Files) as you may have a corrupt file there.

Close all instances of OE and IE
Control Panel | Internet Options | General tab
Click the "Delete Files" button, when prompted place a check in:
"Delete all offline content", click OK
Click the "Clear History" button, click OK.
Click the Settings button, adjust the TIF size to 50 mb, click OK

[more info]
Possibly your cache folder is corrupt:

How To: Delete the Internet Explorer Temporary Internet Files
http://www.mvps.org/winhelp2002/delcache.htm

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