Cause: There are several causes for this, and here, we mention several solutions.
Solution #1: This could be the result of video resource limitations. Upgrade to the latest version of your video driver. To do so, look up the Web site of the manufacturer of your video adapter.
Solution #2: Disable the “Run=” and “Load=” lines in the Win.ini file: click Start > Run, type in “sysedit”, and click OK. On the Window menu, click ‘Win.ini’. Then on the Search menu, click Find, type “load=” in the Find box, and click Next. If there is text to the right of the equals sign (=), place a semicolon (;) at the beginning of the “Load=” line. Next, on the Search menu, click Find, type “run=” in the Find box, and click Next. If there is anything to the right of the equals sign (=), place a semicolon (;) at the beginning of the “Run=” line. Save the file.
Solution #3: Reduce the hardware acceleration for your video adapter: right-click My Computer, click Properties, and then click the Performance tab. Click Graphics, and then move the Hardware Acceleration slider to ‘None’. Click OK, click Close, and click Yes to restart your computer.
Solution #4: Install the latest version of DirectX from www.microsoft.com/directx.
Solution #5: Check with the video adapter manufacturer for specific Internet Explorer issues. Some video adapter manufacturers have fixes for issues with their display adapters. For example, several ATi video adapters with the Rage chip set require a “DevBmp=1” entry in the [Display] section of the Windows\System.ini file.