Q274498 – “The Page Cannot Be Displayed” Error Message After You Upgrade to Windows Millennium Edition
When you attempt to browse the Internet by using a fully qualified domain name (such as www.microsoft.com), you may receive the following error message: The page cannot be displayed.
Q188120 – Error 691: The Computer You Are Dialing in to Cannot Establish a Dial-Up Networking Connection
When you dial your Internet Service Provider (ISP), you may connnect successfully, but you receive the following error message: Error 691: The computer you are dialing in to cannot establish a Dial-Up Networking connection. Check your password, and then try again. This issue can occur for any of the following reasons:
You have set up the CompuServe service from the Online Services folder on the Start menu and you have not connected to CompuServe by using the CompuServe software included in Windows 98.
NOTE: The CompuServe setup program does not complete until you connect to CompuServe to set up the default Dial-Up Networking setting.
The Telephon.ini file is missing or damaged.
Your ISP uses a different file than the Rasapi32.dll file to verify the connection.
The Rasapi32.dll file is a different version than the Rasapi32.dll file that is included with Windows
When you quit Microsoft Internet Explorer on an Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) client computer, you are not prompted to disconnect. The dial-up connection on the ICS host computer remains connected.
Quitting Internet Explorer on the ICS host computer causes a prompt to disconnect from a dial-up connection.
This behavior is by design.
Q237806 – Dial-Up Connection in ICS Does Not Prompt to Disconnect on Client
When an Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) client causes the ICS host to dial the Internet, the ICS host may time out if the connection is not made within 60 seconds. When this occurs, the ICS client displays a “The page cannot be displayed” message.
Q259818 – The Page Cannot Be Displayed Message on ICS Client
Windows Millennium Edition (Me) does not include Microsoft Personal Web Server (PWS) 4.0, and PWS 4.0 is not supported in Windows Me.
Q266456 – Personal Web Server Is Not Included with Windows Millennium Edition
When you try to install Microsoft Personal Web Server (PWS) or Microsoft Transaction Server (MTS), you may receive the following error message: Error Code = 0x80004005 An unknown error occurred while making MTS specific changes to the system registry. You may also receive the following error message: Setup of “Transaction Server Core Components” failed. The specific error code is 0xfee662. NOTE: The error code numbers in the error messages may vary. More information: Q246081 – Error Message: An Unknown Error Occurred While Making MTS Specific Changes to the System Registry