I've tried many suggestions from blogs without any
success. It's fustrating! I've been using FIREFOX,
I have ie8 and this worked for me. Maybe it will for you too. Good luck.
Start Internet Explorer.
On the Tools menu, click Internet Options.
On the Advanced tab, click Reset.
In the Reset Internet Explorer Settings dialog box, click
Reset to confirm.
This worked for me, too! Thanks so much! Possibly, just disabling add-ons might have worked. But this was fine by me. I highly recommend trying it.
In my case, the problems caused were minimal, but it was clear that in some places where active scripting was being used in Web pages, the entire page didn't display, or the IE 8 (on Vista) window would be empty. For instance, the arrow and zoom controls on
Google Maps were just white blank spots, and when I tried to open any courses in the Microsoft Learning Viewer on learning.microsoft.com, the Learning Viewer would never fully load its content. I even put in a ticket to Microsoft but cancelled it just now
(they hadn't made any suggestions yet), since resetting IE's settings did the trick.
seen from others posting here; and Google Maps would load nothing on the page where the map should have appeared. Adobe Flash Player's download area would never prompt me to download...but uninstalling and reinstalling Flash Player, Shockwave Player, and
Java in various ways didn't do a thing.
In that case, what finally fixed it was running the command prompt as administrator (by right-clicking Command Prompt from the Start Menu and selecting "Run as Administrator" while logged into an administrator account on the computer) and then doing the following,
hitting enter in between lines: