I am not going to open my website in internet explorer

Nov 21, 2017 11:08PM PST

Hi my self Riya I have confusion regarding my website because my website is working in chrome but it is not working internet explorer what can I do please suggest me exact solution for my problem and this my website

Name of website removed since OP spams it here.

Post was last edited on November 22, 2017 12:16 AM PST

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Nov 22, 2017 12:17AM PST

It opens with me in IE, so I think something is wrong with your PC. Go back to factory conditions or reset Windows and try again.

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Try Updating IE or Reinstalling It
Dec 6, 2017 6:35PM PST

Before considering doing a reset of Windows, try to do the following troubleshooting steps to make IE able to access your website given that Chrome can access it.

1. Disable unnecessary IE extensions.

2. Run an Update on IE.

3. Restore your IE browser to default settings if needed. You will have to export your Favorites to a file to be imported after the reset is done.

4. Do a Windows Update. A Windows Update is not an Upgrade to Windows 10.

5. Do a clean install of IE11. Your Favorites will have to be imported from a file.
Your website will have a better chance of being accessed by IE after a clean install of IE in a worst case scenario. If the previous steps do not work, a clean IE install should be considered.

Windows should not have to be rolled back to factory default state unless system problems are not able to be resolved by any other means. I was able to access your website from my Windows computer from IE11 and Chrome. So, very likely, the issue you are having with your website not being accessed by IE is browser-related. Windows also has a log of errors in Event Viewer that may be able to assist you, too.

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