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Fix 1 – Check if Java is Installed Properly
Firstly, you need to check if Java is already installed on your PC. If it is not present, then install it. In case, Java is already installed then you need to uninstall and reinstall it again.
1. Press Windows and R key combination to open Run.
2. Type ms-settings:appsfeatures and hit Enter to open the Apps & Features Settings page.
3. Look for the Java installation here by typing Java in the text box below the App list.
4. If Java is present, then click on the three vertical dots associated with it and choose Uninstall.
5. Click on Uninstall again to confirm the process.
6. Reinstall Java as indicated in the article.
7. If Java is not installed, follow the steps in this article to install Java on your system.
8. Restart your PC.
Try accessing the webpage to check if this helps fix the error.
1. Open Google Chrome.
2. Type chrome://settings/privacy to open Security and Privacy.
3. Click on Site Settings here.
4. Scroll down to locate the Content section.
8. Check if the error is resolved.
1. Open Microsoft Edge.
2. Type edge://settings/content in the address bar.
3. This opens the Settings page for Cookies and site permissions.
4. On the right side, look for All Permissions under Site Permissions.
7. Restart the browser and check if the issue is solved.
1. Launch Mozilla Firefox.
2. Type about:config in the address bar and hit Enter.
3. In the warning message that is displayed, click on Accept the Risk and Continue button to move ahead.
Fix 3 – Reload Website by Ignoring the Cache
One fix is to try reloading the website by bypassing the cache to refresh corrupted or outdated files.
You can perform this by using the Ctrl + F5 key combination. Alternatively, you can hold down the Shift key and click on the Reload this page/Refresh button in the browser.
Fix 4 – Clear the Browser Cookies and Cache
1. Open Chrome.
2. Type chrome://settings/clearBrowserData in the address bar and hit Enter.
3. Go to the Advanced tab.
4. Make sure to select All time in the Time Range.
5. In addition to the other options, check the box next to “Cookies and other site data” and “Cached images and files”.
6. Then, click on Clear data.
7. Restart Chrome and check if you are able to access the website without the error.
1. Open Firefox.
2. Type about:preferences in the navigation bar and hit Enter.
3. Select the Privacy & Security tab in the left panel.
4. Locate the Cookies and Site Data section.
5. Click on the Clear Data… button.
6. Here, check the box next to the options “Cookies and Site Data” and “Cached Web Content”.
7. Then, click on the Clear button.
8. Restart your browser and check if the error is fixed.
1. Open Edge.
2. Type edge://settings/privacy in the address bar.
3. You will now be on the Privacy, search, and services Settings page.
4. On the right side, click on Choose what to clear button under the Clear browsing data section.
5. Check the box next to the options “Cached images and files” and “Cookies and other site data”.
6. Click on the Clear now button.
7. Restart the browser and check if you are able to access the specific website without any issues.
Thanks for reading.
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