Windows 10: IE 11 will not open live.com
IE 11 will not open live.com
Continually says something went wrong and won't log me in on the site. I have put it in compatibility mode and no go. Tried disabling all the add-ons and no go. Tried "Run as Administrator" and no good.
Google Chrome it works 100%, Edge works 100% just won't work with IE11 and web search is not helping at all. They all basically say to do what I did above. Don't want to use Chrome or Edge and can't see why IE11 is not working. It was when the PC was at Windows 8.1 but since the upgrade no good.
Does clicking on the link below work for you?
Works for me in IE11 and Firefox, takes me to my Hotmail.com E-Mail login.
Yes it does. However anything that refers to https://login.live.com/ does not seem to work. It will show my login details and ask for my password sometimes but usually goes to the something went wrong screen. Again Edge and Chrome work perfectly on this.
That link takes me to the Microsoft Account sign in page.
It does for me sometimes. When I try and log in it say something went wrong. All other times it just says something went wrong. It is clearly an issue with IE because Edge and Chrome work as they should but I Edge is still pathetic at the moment and I don't like Chrome.
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