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:whistling: Attached File  webviewer.htm   21.21KB   13 downloadsTrying to open medical MRI results for my arm needing surgury. While waiting in the doctor's office for over an hour alone last week, I sent the MRI photos of my elbow that were on the dotor's computer that I noticed was on line with XP (BTW way past due for updates) to my home email. I wrote down what was listed in the browser window. Prior to sending:
http://172.24.18.73/.../webviewer.html
at home I recieved the file of 22kb size but have been unable to open it. I get a pop up saying that my security settings do not allow active x in web or IE browser(something). I think I really need a software download for "Webviewer" but haven't found one, probably something used in medical field. I will try to attatch the file and if someone can open it and send it back viewable or tell me how, would be fantastic. The file I recieved at home is called:
webviewer.htl
HTML Document
22KB
I have been messing up the settings big time to no avail. There must be a program, or else way to allow activeX to unlock and be allowed to run.
ANY SUGGESTIONS, HELP, PLEASE!!! THANK YOU, VERY MUCH!!! I would like to see the inside of my arm again, after what it has cost. :blink:

Edited by crunch, 04 November 2006 - 11:58 PM.

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KB912812).

uninstall that from your add/remove
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Tried on several PCs none had that MS update on them. Tried with 2000Pro and XP Pro. Found that "amI" stands for 'applicare medical Imaging" , I think it's a viewing software but can't find a download. For viewing MRIs and CAT scans. Have found that it's XP compatible and at several schools, and it was running on XP at the doctor's office I sent it from. More help! PLEASE! :whistling:
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