Try to disable work offline in Internet Explorer on your computer and check if the issue gets fixed. Method 1: \”work offline\” to untick it. Tools Menu Bar is if you do not already have \”file, edit, view, etc\”. Method 2 : Open Internet Explorer Tools Click on \”work Offline\” to untick it. Method 3: To determine whether a performance issue or an error message is caused by configuration settings, reset Internet Explorer to its default configuration.
This was its state when Windows Vista was originally installed. To reset Internet Explorer settings automatically, click the Fix it button or link in the below article. Click Run in the File Download dialog box, and follow the steps in the Fix it wizard. Refer the below article which has step by step information in detail to optimize IE. http://support. microsoft. com/default. aspx/kb/936213
The default setting on the Web browser itself may be causing your \”work offline\” problem.
If using Windows Internet Explorer, click \”Tools\” at the top of the screen and look at the \”Work Offline\” field. If a check mark appears to the left of the field, the current default is for Explorer to work offline.
Every time you open a new Web page or prompt your browser to load online content, the browser is able to override the default and connect online, but immediately afterwards, a pop-up box can appear asking if you would like to return to the work offline mode. To change this setting, click \”Work Offline\” under the Tools section to prompt an \”X\” to appear to the left of the field.