Okay, I just downloaded Firefox, and it works... and it is much better than Safari. Still I would hate to give up IE, I have used it for a long time.
None of those things helped. One interesting note, when I go to the Chase Bank login screen, it never fully paints... part of it is missing and the tab button for the session shows the little circle going around and around. When I go to the same login screen in Safari or Firefox, the screen paints quicky and completely... (some ads are displayed that IE9 can't do).Hello and welcome to the forum.
Please do this:
You cannot log in to or connect to secured Web sites in Internet Explorer
Those instructions need to be updated for IE9. The Tools->Connections menu doesn't look anything like that any longer. IE9 doesn't have that option for a proxy server in that screen... I am not sure how to get to it anymore... but the Connections screen is mostly grayed out and completely blank in my setup.I think if the Chase says they are not compatible for IE9 that would be the reason.
Also with bank sites they don't go into https:/ Until you go to the login page.
Check if you are using any Proxy Settings, here's how to remove it.
Clear your browser's cache. Here's a guide.
BINGO!Go to the site using IE 9 and then press F12.
Change the Browser mode on the tool bar to IE 8.