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    IE9 error messages

    I am getting the following error message when I attempt to log in to several different sites, "Problems when loading URL, please try again". This happens most often when trying to open one of my credit cards site.

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    Some sites have not been updated for the more stringent security requirements of IE 9. Perhaps you can check with the web site owners to ask about this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by donald86 View Post
    I am getting the following error message when I attempt to log in to several different sites, "Problems when loading URL, please try again". This happens most often when trying to open one of my credit cards site.
    Is that the exact wording? It doesn't sound like an IE9 error message.

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    Yes, that is the exact message. If I try the same site using FireFox, it goes through??

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    Web sites have to be modified, in many cases, to accept the new coding and higher security built into new browsers. A site that works with IE 8 but hiccups with IE 9 has most likely not been updated by the sites owner. Many new browsers have a Compatibility View that can be used in these circumstances. I know I use IE 10 with Win 8 and many sites were having problems until I engaged Compatibility View. I do not recall with IE 9, but with IE 10 you can either use the Compatibility View icon in the address bar, or use the F12 Developer Tools to change modes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by donald86 View Post
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    Yes, that is the exact message.
    Strange that you're the first person in the world to see it then, because Google only finds your instance.

    Try unchecking "Do not save encrypted pages to disk" at Internet Options, Advanced, Security.

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    to BruceR

    I gave the wrong error msg. It should be"A problem with this web page caused IE to close and reopen the tab". Sorry for the mistake. I then did what you did and went to Google with the error and got several answers to try. I found an add on that I was not aware of having, and after deleting it, I was able to access the site. It was in the user's folder and read "get savin\ie" Not sure where that came from.
    Many thanks for the help.

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    In doing a search for get savin, it appears to be one of those apps that get piggybacked on other free S/W you download. This things are getting more prevalent. You really have to pay close attention to ALL the Opt Out check boxes. These developers are getting very sneaky.

    Glad this solved your problem.
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    I'm getting exactly the same error message when I try to login to a couple of my financial websites. I'll try examining my add-ons. Thanks for this thread.

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    Nope, nothing works. I tried everything suggested in the MS IE community page including using IE (no add ons) and clearing my SSL cache, plus I downloaded a fix it for IE. I'm still getting the error when I access any financial websites. I thought it might be because I've removed Java but I can access them using GC or FF, so until IE10 is safe to download, I'll just use another browser.

    Problem Event Name: APPCRASH
    Application Name: IEXPLORE.EXE
    Application Version: 10.0.9200.16521
    Application Timestamp: 51207618
    Fault Module Name: jscript9.dll
    Fault Module Version: 10.0.9200.16521
    Fault Module Timestamp: 51207f74
    Exception Code: c0000005
    Exception Offset: 000ba017
    OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.768.3
    Locale ID: 2057
    Additional Information 1: 8582
    Additional Information 2: 8582426aae282eee8f547d9f0f073bcb
    Additional Information 3: c226
    Additional Information 4: c22684398d64c582359d5ea64991aa27

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    I was having that problem with financial sites and technical support said add the website as a "trusted site".

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    I'll try that thanks.

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