If a website isn’t looking like you would expect it to, such as appearing blank, images not displaying, broken or jumbled text, or out of place menus, there could be some compatibility issues between IE and the website.A quick solution might be adding this site to the Compatibility View list.If you’re experiencing 404 errors, but you know the webpage exists and you are connected to the Internet, try resetting Internet Explorer.Go to the Tools “gear” icon and click Turning off hardware acceleration can also help.
If you’re already using the desktop browser, make sure first you aren’t viewing the website using In Private Browsing as it might block info or add-ons required for playing the video.
Did you turn on Tracking Protection for that site previously?
Though there are benefits to it, it may also interfere with content.
You can try all the previously-mentioned solutions for this problem such as Compatibility View, turning off Tracking Protection and clearing temporary Internet files, but first make sure that Internet Explorer is set to show pictures.
It’s simple fixes like this that make us scratch our heads how we didn’t think of this sooner… Go to the Tools “gear” button, click and restart your PC.
Hardware acceleration uses your PC’s graphics card to accelerate graphics-extensive tasks, such as streaming video or playing online games. Open the Run box (Windows Key R) and type -extoff and hit Enter (Surprisingly, this method wasn’t found on Microsoft’s IE troubleshooting page).