You may experience problems when you try to open a webpage using your internet browser like :
- Error – “The Page Cannot Be Displayed”
- Error- “Cannot Find Server Or DNS Error”
- Error- “Webpage Is Not Available”
These errors are very annoying and are very common. The very first step you should do is to double check the URL you are accessing to, if you are sure that you are accessing to a correct URL then follow this two step tutorial to fix this error. We frequently encounter these type of errors due to corrupt cache management. Here I’ll be sharing a two step procedure to fix this annoying error.
How To Fix “Page Cannot Be Displayed” Error
Follow these simple steps to get rid of Page Cannot be displayed Error.
Step 1. Clear the browsing data, cookies and cache.
If you are using Google Chrome
- Open Google Chrome
- Go to Settings
- Open History
- Open Clear browsing data
- Tick all the boxes
- Hit Clear browsing data
If you are using Internet Explorer
- Open Internet Explorer
- Click on the Gear Icon
- Open Internet Options
- Go to Browsing History and click delete
- Tick all the boxes and click delete
- Click Apply and Ok
this will hepl you to clear cookies and cache of your internet browser.
Step 2. Flush the DNS from Windows command prompt
As the main cause of this error is the corrupt cache management, to fix this problem flush the DNS resolver cache. In order to flush the DNS resolver cache, go to Windows command prompt and use ipconfig/flushdns command.
- Open Run window (window button + “R” )
- Type cmd and hit Ok
- Command window will be opened
- Type ipconfig/flushdns in the Windows command window
- A message stating Successfully flushed the DNS Resolver Cache will appear
- Type exit and hit enter, this will close the Windows command prompt
Now after following the above two mentioned steps try reloading the webpage on which these errors were appearing. Now you’ll see Page cannot be displayed error will no longer be appear. Also read “A Complete Guide to fix Unable to Connect to Proxy Server”