Web page will not load page properly.

We have 50 Windows Server 2003 Standard machines. They are all identical. A few of them cannot load the webpage (see screenshots) properly, and we are trying to troubleshoot IE on those servers. IE 8 is standard on all the systems. Some features/text will not load properly. Is there anything I can check in IE? Already tried deleting cache, resetting IE settings.

1. Page not loading properly
2. Would sometime get this message. Also tried unchecking "Compatibility View", but to no avail.
3. Says IE 8 is supported, but still not loading properly.
Anything on the server that needs to be adjusted by any chance?
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Suggestion #1 - Did you add the URL to trusted sites within IE?

Suggestion #2 - Press F12 to activate developer tools in IE and click the Network tab. Then browse to areas of the site that are not displaying properly. You will be checking to see if there are client side errors during page load - JavaScript, CSS, file missing etc.
Maheshwar RSoftware DeveloperCommented:
Add the url to the trusted in the tools menu of the internet explorer , also exclude the url in the compatibility view from the settings of internet explorer
joukiejoukAuthor Commented:
It never complain about the website not being trusted, but I added the GPO anyways. It is now applied across all servers. However, the problem continues.
Check with your web stats vendor. Was there a recent update to software?

It's possible that it's an issue with how their web stats GUI handles IE8.  

Can you access the URL from another workstation that's running a higher version of IE? If so, try switching the version that IE runs in to determine if there is a problem with IE8.

Here's the link to information about how to use the IE developer tools:
IE8 - https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd565628(v=vs.85).aspx

IE11 - https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ie/bg182326(v=vs.85).aspx

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