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tlen

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:tazz: I had a terrible dr watson virus and with some great help here I was able to get rid of it however I think that I went a little crazy during the last fix-I removed/disabled all the things that I was told to do and I distinctly remember shutting off all banner ads but I cannot for the life of me remember where I did this. I tried to retrace my steps and for the life of me I can not figure out where I shut it off. I go into internet properties and I have all the show images, show pictures ect enabled. Now on certain sites not only are the banners not showing up but none of the pictures are showing saying that a sript error has been encountered., and where the pictures are supposed to be there is a little red x. Please any help would be appreciated. Thanks tlen
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Any chance you used Windows Power Toys are Tweak UI?

Also, Norton's security settings may affect viewing images as well as the privacy/security code settings in Win XP's firewall settings. Check these and see if there is a selection made to turn off images.

There's more, but maybe someone will come along with the exact steps as I do not use XP or Norton.

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Hi I did not use the windows power toys tweak (I think). I definately will check the privacy security settings in the firewall that sounds like it may be the problem. thanks tlen
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