I'm new to the iPad. 2 problems I'm consistently encountering, and, it may have to do with being overseas? I am in a WiFi access area but get these 2 messages quite a bit, unlike at home. . "Safari could not open the page because the server stopped responding" (this seems to happen whenever
I try to open a link or attachment) 2. "No subject" in my inbox list. (Is there really a Message? Why bother to send an 'empty' email?)
Last two days my iPad has been Suh-LOOOOO to connect, if at all. Both at home and at work. This morning I tried to connect to about 6 sites and never made it. I'm talking Google, MSN, YouTube, my firm's portal. Really frustrating! I get "Safari can't open because server has stopped responding." Who's server? I have 3G 16G but am only using Wi-Fi at the moment. At home I ended up standing right next to the router and things still wouldn't connect even though my WiFi icon showed max bars. Also, when I finally do get into a site, like Amazon, and move from one page to another, it's very slow; seems to take forever for pages even to re-load. I even made sure I only had 2 pages open in the browser thinking maybe my memory was struggling. I also turned off the location finder. What am I missing? I wanted to use the iPad for a lot of things but this halt in functionality is putting a serious crimp in my plans!
On Ipad2 Safari is not connecting to server.Â Tried to reboot ipad and it still does not go.Â The actual message is Safari could not open page because the server stopped responding. Other than doing a total reset and losing everything, what can be done?Â
When trying to open Safari on my ipad, it dosn't work and I get the message" cannot open page...because server stopped responding", but facebook works. My imac, Ipod work though. I tried to reboot by pressing the on/off and home button at the same time but that hasn't worked. I tried to erase the cookies and data and that didn't work.
Internet access recently "blocked" using Safari on my Apple iPAD Mini. Screen message says Safari cannot load the page because the server not connected.
iOS 6.0.2 ? .Â The process starts to load but after a period of about 1 to 2mins. the above screen msg appears. Could this be to do with the Settings on my iPAD Mini ? Before this problem occurred it worked to my satisfaction. My iPAD is just over 1year old.
We have an iPad 2 of which is working very well. When I am away in either Spain or Barbados or at my home in Epping I get no problem with Safari responding, but when I am at work I connect into my works WiFi system where I can pick up my company e-mails. The issue that I have is Safari sometimes does not respond and gives the message "Safari could not open the required site as the server is not responding" WiFi signal is no issue. What I have to do is turn off the iPad the re-turn on again and it works. It is an operating system problem or could it just be the area I am in.
I am using my iPad 2 64 gb with verizon 3g. For some reason it will no longer commnicate using 3G. It has 4-5 bars and shows 3G at the top, but all aps either time out, or I get the message from Safari that it coul dnot connect because the server is not responding. I have tried resetting the system already
For the past few days my iPAD has struggled to connect to the internet. it comes up with the follwing message- Safari could not open the page because the server stopped responding. all my laptops work fine via wi fi so i know the internet is working fine and the provider has confirmed that to me. I have deleted the wifi from my ipad and re-connected inserted password and stll the same message.
Interesting thing occurring on my iPad. If I open a new tab in safari or open a link on a page, it goes to the wanted page. But then switches to a graphic saying something about "someone doesn't like you, and you f**ked up" it then goes to a website, either a phone tracking website or something called [URL] This doesn't just happen on one website I visit, it occurs on numerous websites.
I am very unhappy with the iPad, specifically the performance (or lack there of) of Safari. Most pages that are not pure html load slowly or not at all. Usually they require that I stop the load and click the reload to get them to show. Pages that require a login like Facebook won't come up at all. I've confirmed my login on Facebook by logging out and back in on my Mac but with the iPad... nothing but a hang and eventually a note that the 'server stopped responding' (don't think so because I can log in on my Imac).
I cannot down load free apps from the app store and in fact can't get my account info to come up. Again, of the iMac, no problems. I guess the App Store serve could be very busy because of the demand for apps being downloaded for all the new iPads but that does not explain my web access issues.
I've got a weird Safari issue.Most of the time, every website works fine, however, there is a particular website that has been causing issues. I can has cheesburger. Its my wife's favorite site. Anyways, after viewing about 3 or 4 pages of the site, Safari stops responding and refuses to load.
I thought it may be a wifi issue that everyone talks about, but I'm not sure.
This is what I've tried: - 2 separate iPads - 2 separate modem/routers by different brands - Turning brightness up and auto brightness off - DHCP and static IP addresses - renewing the lease - Changing the channel for the wireless - When I ping the IP address of the iPad it uses responds (with varying speeds from 32ms to 150ms) - When I check the router's attached devices, the iPads come and go. I think this is related to my issue.
Any ideas...I can't think of anything else to try. Its gotta be a network issue, but I don't know what to do.
I like to open pages in a new page so I use this a lot.When I then click on the previous page that was opened, sometimes the page just opens to where it was before, which is the way it should.However, often when I click on that previous page the page opens by refreshing itself and does not go back to the point it was at previously.Is there a trick to placing the finger at a certain point on the previous thumbnail page, or am I just expecting the behavior to work that way and it does not?Information :MBP 15 CD, MBP C2D 17, 17 Uni; TiBook, G4 MP500; iMac Grape, Orange, Mac OS X (10.6.4)60G iPodPhoto,4Gnano,8GiPhone, 32GiPhone3GS,32GiPhone4 1Gshuffle, 2TTime Capsule.
Sering dan sangat sulit untuk membuka website mengunakan ipad dengan jaringan 3G. Dan sepertinya ipad sangat lemah dalam masalah koneksi.. Saya mengunakan jaringan 3G,dan saya rasa tidak ada masalah dengan provider saya. ( XL )
Saya coba menggunakan kartu ini dengan modem AT&T dan windows7. Semuanya berjalan dengan lancar walau speed tidak terlalu cepat,50kbps,saya rasa ini cukup bagus kalau hanya untuk browsing.Saya juga sudah membaca posting yang ada tentang ini dan sepertinya tidak ada jawaban yang memuaskan. Apakah solusinya cuma dengan restart? Saya coba.. Dan tidak ada perubahan juga. Terus saya harus bagaimana lagi??
Beberapa orang menyarankan menggunakan wifi tetapi saya sulit untuk mendapatkannya,itu sebabnya saya membeli ipad 3G.Saya juga mengalami kesulitan untuk mengirim email yang berisi beberapa foto. Selalu gagal ketika proses sudah berjalan setengah.Kenapa untuk region indonesia saya tidak bisa membeli album lagu?
I have been following this forum about wifi disconnecting. I get a popup stating " safari cannot open the page because the server stopped responding". The iPad shows four bars and that I am connected.I recognize this as a problem similar to others in this forum, but they don't mention the error message that I explained above.I have tried all the "fixes" with no results.I am using a Belkin wireless N+ router Information :iPad iOS 4
I am having difficulty getting into my university's web portal. When I successfully get to the university's website and then click on the portal link, I get a message back from the iPad saying "Safari cannot open the page because it could not establish a secure connection to the website." I have no difficulty getting into the portal using my MacBook in exactly the same location. What's going on and how to make it work?
What name instead of 'safari' should I use to "call" Safari to load the web page?