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RoadSongs

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Hi Guys

I have AOL and have been having a problem with some websites especially an Italian site for booking train tickets ....some of the buttons on the site where I should be clicking for drop down menus have a little red x there instead and where I should be picking my seats little red x's...... not alll web pages but some any help greatly appreciated have tried aol they just told me to rebuild aol adaptor didnt work

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Don't try to fix it on your own!!
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Hey there

I love the movie that is the little red x how can i fix it then

Steve
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I don't know anything about AOL. What browser have you got? Have you tried the site with the dastardly IE or any other browser? What results did you get? Purely guess work at the present but I'm thinking in terms of an IE only site.

Or, have you run any anti spyware/virus progs lately, just in case.
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Hey there

I love the movie that is the little red x how can i fix it then

Steve

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You may have to set your security options in Norton, if you have it, or Win XP's firewall. Try turning off Norton and running without it first. If it doesn't work, leave it off and turn off XP's firewall and see if you can view the images then. SP 2 sets some security defaults and other protocols once it gets installed and updated.

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Haven't heard from you.

If you still have problem, try reading this page :

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Hi there

Sorry have been away problem has been resolved thanx for all your help much appreciated

Steve
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Since problem is resolved, would you post a solution for others to read should they have same problem? That's provided your solution wasn't something like getting a new PC. :tazz:

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