Note: Before adopting any method for the solution just make sure that Java is properly working on your computer. Do this by going to Control Panel under Programs and features.
Solution 1: Enabling Java
- Open Internet Explorer and click on the upper right corner to drop-down a list of options.
- Now, you need to select Tools option available in the list.
- Move ahead by clicking on Internet Options.
- Now, select Security tab and hit on the custom level button.
- Scroll down the screen to reach ‘Scripting of Java applets’ option under the section of “Scripting”.
- Make sure ‘Enable’ is selected and then hit OK button.
Well, the settings in Google Chrome varies from Internet Explorer and it can be explained as:
- Open Google chrome and hit top right icon.
- Select Settings, scroll down the screen and then click Show Advanced Settings.
- Move to Privacy option and select Content Settings under that.
- Click OK button.
Follow the below steps if you have Firefox browser.
- Select the icon in the top right corner.
- Hit on ‘Add-on’ and then click Plugins tab.
- Select ‘Java Platform plugin‘ and end the task by clicking on Always Activate button.
Solution 2: Reload/Refresh the page by bypassing the cache
Sometimes, refreshing a page also resolves lots of problem on the website. Press and hold the Shift key and click on the Reload button. The shortcut key is Ctrl + F5.
Solution 3: Remove Caches
Once you clear the cookies and cache on your browser, you will be able to have an access of your favorite website.
Firefox: Options> Advanced> Network> Cached web Content> Clear Now
Now, restart your browser and try again.
Clear the cookies from your browser and then restart your computer. Restart the browser and try to access that site again.
Hopefully, these solutions will remove your problems.
Last Updated on July 11, 2020 by FPSBolt Editors