Make sure Java is properly installed
First of all, you guys have to make sure that Java is installed on your computer. So:
- Tap on the Win+X keyboard keys and from the displayed list select Control Panel.
- From Control Panel switch to Categories and then tap on Programs.
- Now under Programs and Features, and then tap on Uninstall.
- The list of all installed programs will be listed as well.
- Just search for the Java entry. If you cannot find Java, and install it on your PC.
- Hint: even if Java is installed, just uninstall it and then reinstall the software; in this way, you can fix any possible corrupted files or any other software conflicts.
Check if you guys get the error on other websites. If not, the error is specific to a website. There also may not be much you can do in order to fix this since it’s on the website’s end, however, try the other fixes listed below. You can inspect the web console in your browser and also let the website owner know about the problem.
Browser specific error
A lot of modern browsers are now Chromium-based but that still doesn’t mean they are all the exact same as well. Some browsers may have trouble with certain websites while others may not. Try to use a different browser in order to access the website.
Try to disable all extensions or add-ons and then access the website.
Turn off desktop content filers
If you are using a content filter on the desktop, turn off it and try accessing the website.
- Tap on the more options button at the top right in Chrome and choose Settings.
- Head to Privacy and security.
- Choose Site settings.
- Scroll to the Content section at the very end as well.
- First of all, open Control Panel.
- Head to Network & Internet>Internet Options.
- Choose the Security tab.
- Tap on the Custom level button.
- Turn on ‘Scripting of Java applets’.
- Just open Firefox and enter
about:configin the URL bar.
- Then accept the on-screen warning.
- If it is set to False, then double-click it to change it to True.
Reload the webpage and clear the cache
That can be achieved via tapping the CTRL+F5 keyboard hotkeys. Plus, you should also clear the cache on your browser before retrying in order to access your favorite web pages.
So, you guys can fix this malfunction via removing cookies. Here is how you can complete this task for different web browsers as well:
- First of all, open Chrome and click on the Menu icon.
- Then, choose More Tools and pick Clear Browsing Data.
- Then choose the Cookies and other site data entry and perform the wipe.
- Restart your browser in the end as well.
- Run Firefox and tap on the Menu button.
- Head to Options and under Privacy & Security select History.
- Now under Firefox will choose Use custom settings for history.
- Next, tap on the Show Cookies button.
- Just remove all the cookies and then restart your browser.
- Then open your browser and tap on the Tools icon.
- From Safety and pick Delete browsing history.
- Select what you guys want to wipe.
- Tap on Delete when you are ready.
- Restart whenever everything is completed as well.
Clear the cache
If the issue persists, then clearing the browser cache may help you in order to fix it. Head to your browser‘s settings page and find the option that permits you to clear browsing data. Now locate the cache option and delete all the cache information store in your browser as well.
Such as, if you use Google Chrome, tap on the menu icon, head to Settings, Advanced, and then navigate to Privacy and Security. Now scroll down to Clear browsing data.
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