Solution 1: Turn on Java on your browser
For Internet Explorer
Launch IE and navigate settings
Tap on Tools and select Internet options
Click on Security tab then the custom level button
Scroll down and you reach the option ‘Scripting of Java applets’ under the bullet ‘Scripting’.
You have to ‘enable’ it if it isn’t enabled.
For Google Chrome
Launch Chrome and click on three dots from the upper right corner.
Then Select Settings>>Advanced settings
Scroll Down and you’ll find Content Settings.
For Mozilla Firefox
Launch Firefox and Tap on Menu Icon
Select Add-ons>>Plugins Tab
Click on the Java Platform plugin
Select ‘Always Activate’ Button
Solution 2: Java is Properly Installed
Make sure you have installed java and it is properly working on your device. You can check this by the following steps:
Go to the Control Panel
Under Programs click on ‘Uninstall a program’
Then you got all the Install programs of your PC.
Search the Java program, If you can’t find that, install it on your PC.
Solution 3: Clear the Cache
For example, If you’re a Chrome User,
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Click on three dots>>History>>Clear Browsing Data, Tick on the cookies and other site data then click on clear data.
Restart your browser and try again.
Solution 4: Reload the webpage by bypassing the cache
This option refreshes files that are corrupted or maybe outdated. The Shortcut of the method is CTRL+F5.
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