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Notably, this issue usually only happens when the user seeks to visit a small percentage of websites; it does not occur when the user attempts to view all of them. But why, and what causes it?
Well, the issue is caused by a pop-up blocker that is installed in your web browser. Additionally, if you connect to the internet using a proxy server, you may also get the browser. But let’s take a look at how you can fix this error to resolve it once and for all.
How To Fix This Error
If the issue is caused by a proxy server and you are accessing the internet via a shared computer, this may be a common occurrence. You should get assistance from the network administrator in this case.
Edge By Microsoft/Internet Explorer
In the open Edge/Internet Explorer window, click Tools.
From the menu, select Internet Options.
Select the Security tab and then the “custom level” option.
Under the title ‘Scripting,’ scroll down to the ‘Scripting of Java applets’ option.
Ascertain that the checkbox ‘Enable’ is selected, and then click Ok.
While the Internet Explorer settings are also applicable to Google Chrome, you can still check the Java status from within Chrome.
Locate the icon in the top right-hand corner of the Google Chrome window (3 parallel horizontal dashes). Just click on it.
Then, while pointing your cursor downward, click on Settings.
Select the option to Display Advanced Settings.
From the ‘Privacy’ menu, select ‘Content Settings.’
Perform the following steps for Firefox:
Select the upper-right corner symbol (similar to the one found in Chrome).
Click on the ‘Plugins’ tab.
From the menu, select the Java TM Platform plug-in.
Always activate the check box.
Your browser’s Java plug-in should have now been activated.
Avoid The Cache By Reloading The Page Straight From The Server
This option enables you to restore files that have been corrupted or are out of date. While holding the shift key, click the Reload button. CTRL + F5 is required to accomplish this. The shortcut for Mac users is Command + Shift + R.
Purge The Cache
Websites save temporary material in your browser’s cache so that it may be accessed from local storage rather than the internet.
The technique for clearing your browser’s cache varies per browser, however, the approach for Firefox is as follows.
Launch Firefox and then select Hamburger Menu > Preferences.
Choose Privacy & Security, then Clear Data.
Now, choose Cached Web Content and then Clear.
Restart your browser and try again.
Delete All Cookies From Your Browser
By tapping the three dots in the top-right corner of the screen, select Settings.
Advanced is located at the bottom of the page.
Now, choose the option to Clear browsing data. You may select the time period that is most appropriate for your circumstances. Ascertain that you select all accessible options.
After clearing browsing data and cookies, restart your computer to verify if the issue has been resolved.