It’s not a big issue, but it’s still pretty irritating to be barred from browsing websites for no real reason.
Since this problem can occur regardless of the web browser used, so finding the right solution is very important.
So, if something is wrong with Java, you’ll not be able to access specific content or even the website.
- By not using the proxy server;
- Using a proxy server that works better and does not interfere with the downloading of different scripts;
- Also, check the compatibility of the proxy server with multiple web pages and scripts,
- go to the Script tab of the security option in the Tools menu in Internet Options;
- Be sure that Java is installed correctly.
- Activate Java.
- Reload the website.
- Remove all cookies.
# Solution 1 – Be sure that Java is installed correctly
First, make it sure that Java is properly installed on your computer. Then:
- Press Win + X and select Control Panel from the list of the display.
- Navigate to Categories from the Control Panel and then click Programs.
- Click Uninstall under the Programs and Features.
- All the installed programs will be displayed here.
- Look for the Java entry, if you can not find it, install Java on your PC.
Note: Even if the Java is installed, just uninstall and then reinstall it. This will help you fix any software conflicts and the corrupted files.
# Solution 2 – Turning on Java in your browser
You need to turn on Java in your browser; this option differs depending on your preferred browser as shown below:
In Google Chrome:
- Click on the three dots in the top right corner (menu icon).
- Then click on the Settings.
- Choose Advanced.
- Find content settings by scrolling down and click on this option.
For Internet Explorer:
- Open the Internet Explorer and go to the Settings.
- Click on Tools and select Internet Options.
- Go to the Security tab then click on the Custom Level button.
- Look for scripting feature by scrolling down; Scripting of the Java applets option is available there.
- Make sure the value is “enable.”
For Mozilla Firefox:
- Start Firefox and click the Menu.
- Choose the Add-ons and move to the Plugins tab.
- Choose Java Platform Plugin.
- And turn on ‘always activate.’
# Solution 3 – Clear the cache and reload the webpage
If the problem is temporary, you can fix Void(0) via reloading the Web page and avoiding the cache.
This can be done by holding the key combination of CTRL + F5.
Also, you should clear your browser’s cache before trying to reaccess your favorite sites.
# Solution 4 – Remove the cookies
Cookies are prepared there in order to optimize your web browsing experience.
It can also be a cause for getting the Void(0) error when accessing a certain website.
And you can solve this error by removing the cookies.
How to do this task for your preferred web browsers:
In Google Chrome:
- Open Chrome and click on the menu.
- Choose More Tools and then select Clear Browsing Data.
- Choose the cookies and other website data and perform the removal.
- Finally, restart the browser.
In Mozilla Firefox:
- Start Firefox and then click on the Menu.
- Go to the Options and select History under the Privacy & Security section.
- Under Firefox, select Use custom settings for history.
- Then click the Show Cookies button.
- Just delete all the cookies and restart the browser.
- Open Internet Explorer and then click the Tools icon.
- For security select Clear browsing history.
- Select what you want to remove.
- Click the Delete button when you’re ready.
- Restart your browser.
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