Work Offline Error Message in Internet Explorer

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I keep on getting this error message that says Work Offline using my Internet Explorer. The dialogue box for the error message shows two buttons that can be clicked: Work Offline and Try Again.

I usually just click on Try Again, and it would go away but it would come up again after several seconds and then I click on Try Again one more time, it would then go away but it would come up again after some time. Sometimes I usually just end up using my Mozilla.

Can anybody please help me on this?

Thanks.

Here is the error:

Work Offline

No connection to the Internet is currently available. To view Internet content that has been saved on your computer.

Click Work Offline.

Click Try Again to attempt to connect.

Work Offline     Try Again

 

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Work Offline Error Message in Internet Explorer

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Work offline only pop-up with 2 possible problem, browser settings and no Internet connectivity.

This error message usually pop-op when computer is able to communicate with the Internet modem or router.

Things needs to be done to fix this issue is to check the Ethernet cord if it's plugged in tight, securely connected from modem to computer.

LAN has to be enabled and the status should either say network of connected. You can check this by going to Start, Control Panel, Network and Internet, Network and sharing Center. Then click on Change Adapter settings.

For Wireless Connection, the wireless icon should say connected to your wireless network or SSID. If not, then click on the wireless icon in the system tray and choose your network name. Click connect and type the network key.

If everything fails, then open your Internet Explorer browser, click on File and uncheck work offline. Another way to remove work offline pop-up is by going to Tools and uncheck work offline.

You may also go to Tools, Internet Options and Connections tab. Select Never dial a connection, click Apply and OK.

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