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Whenever I access my website ( in Internet Explorer 7 it shows me the following message:

Internet Explorer can not display the webpage operation abandoned

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The website almost loads completely, but at the end it shows this message and it turns to its default error page:

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The website works normally in the other browsers. Any ideas?

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what is the URL – in.spite Jul 31 '09 at 11:02
Also what's the information in the Informations section - that will give more details about the error causing the page to fail to display. – Simon Steele Jul 31 '09 at 11:19
I like the tag line of your blog: "If the facts don't fit the theory, change the facts. (Albert Einstein)" – splattne Jul 31 '09 at 13:20

I pulled up your site and got an error that refers to the following Microsoft KB article:

It seems to be the error you're talking about, and it has info on how to correct it from both the user and developer end.

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"The easiest way for you to fix the problem is to upgrade to Internet Explorer 8. This problem no longer occurs in Internet Explorer 8." lol that's what they propose as a solution :) nice thanx anyways it helps – user3864 Jul 31 '09 at 13:11
That's what they offer as a solution to users. If you scroll down there is info for developers to fix the problem on the site. – DHayes Jul 31 '09 at 13:33

Edit 2 :If that the case Check here :

You must indeed modify the ieframe.dll.mui file but not with a simple text editor. You need a ressource editor that can open library files and do the modifications in a "cleaner" way.

Start by making a copy of the original file in case you mess things up and then open the library with your ressource editor. Once inside ieframe.dll.mui you must open the "23" sub-key and there you will see all the various ressources that can be modified. The messages you are looking to change is DNSERROR.HTM. Just copy/paste the proper HTML message you want and recompile/save the library. There is also DNSERRORDIAGOFF.HTM and DNSERRORDIAGOFF_WEBOC.HTM whose purpose I'm not certain of but I changed them as well just in case.

Please note that you may find multiple instances of the ieframe.dll.mui file on your system (in system32/dllcache and system32/en-US among others) you'll want to change these as well.

Source :

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Actually I want my website to be shown on IE not modify the DNSERROR.HTM pas!! I wanna understand why it's not shown under IE – user3864 Jul 31 '09 at 12:13 – joe Jul 31 '09 at 13:15

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