I have no idea what may work as a permanent fix. It's just one of those
annoying Windows errors. I have, however, found that most often there's an
error in your code that isn't a compile-time error.
"Bryan Gintz" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
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> "The page cannot be displayed"
> DNS Error
> Mike Frazer wrote:
> >Page not found (error 404) or Page cannot be displayed (a DNS error, as
> >stated at the bottom of the screen)? I've seen the latter of the two
> >countless times, only in IE.
> >Mike Frazer
> >"Bryan Gintz" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
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> >>Sometimes with certain PHP scripts, when a form is posted to another PHP
> >>script, IE says the page cannot be found. It seems to happen randomly,
> >>and if you refresh a couple times, you can then load the page.
> >>Any ideas on why, and how to fix it?
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