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Operation Aborted comes in IE

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When i open this particular site in IE and click on any links, links opens in new window but soon window opens i get this error message shown in error screenshot.

When clicked on OK button, the window goes blank and shows page cannot be displayed message.

Not sure about other sites happens or not but users access this site regularly.

OS : Windows XP SP2
IE 6
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VINOD MORELinux System Analyst

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Its not problem with website, cause site opens fine on other systems.
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Installed Firefox on same system site opens fine. With no probs.

Looks like IE6 Windows SP2 system have this prob.
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I have similar other system with Windows SP2 it also had IE 6 had same problem.
I upgraded IE 6 to IE 7 still the same problem.
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And ie8 which is the current ie for XP
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Enable popups?
Go to tools Popup Blocker and temporarily enable them for this site.
It maybe just a new windows in this site is a popup
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@ mplungjan
I have tried upgrading to IE7, but din't worked. Didn't checked with IE8.

@ BillDL
Looks like i have to upgraded to SP3

@ Merete
Its not problem with Popup blocker settings. Cause its not PopUp it open in new page itself.
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the current XP setup should be Sp3 + IE8
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As everybody has been saying: Install IE8 & make sure you have all XP updates & Service Packs installed.
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That sites states quite clearly that it will run fine >>> Site best viewed in IE6 and above with resolution 1024 x 768 Pixels
http://www.indiantelevision.com/
where did you click to get headlines?
ok  Editorial>News>Headlines
http://www.indiantelevision.com/headlines/headlineindex.htm
It opens to a new page.
Maybe your internet is too slow.
I have no problems opening it.
Error: "Page cannot be displayed" (Server or DNS error)
Check your IE cache size.  Traditionally Internet Explorer has set the size of its cache as a percentage of total hard disk size. Either increase it or clear it out.
If it gets too big delete your temporary internet files and history.

Start Internet Explorer.
On the Tools menu, click Internet Options.
In the Internet Options dialog box, click the Advanced tab.
Locate and then click to clear the Show friendly HTTP error messages check box, and then click OK.
Close out all  IE 6 pages and re-open that one.
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