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catrina

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:whistling:

Its me again..

This time I need help (in laymans terms) on how to get around having red crosses instead of images on a couple of sites I use..

I still can't access/use bookmarks without PC closing down..



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What sites are you having problems viewing images on.
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If you are having trouble seeing images in Internet Explorer, go to Tools, Internet Options and click on the Advanced tab. Look for the Multimedia section and make sure the box that says "Show Pictures" is checked. For Firefox, go to Tools, Options and click on the Content icon. Make sure the "Load images automatically" box is checked as well. For Opera, which I use, go to "Tools">>Preferences>>Web Pages and be sure "Show Images" is selected.

Another cause may be that your browser security settings are set too high, which prevents you from accessing the Web site that handles the images. To fix this In IE, go to Tools, Internet Options, choose the Security tab and click on the Default Level button. Make sure your settings are somewhere around the medium level.

Another cause could be your antivirus or firewall settings. Look for a setting that says "Disable Web bugs" and make sure it is turned off. This should allow all the images to pass through so you can see them clearly.

There are also a couple of other more simple reasons why your images may be blocked. One is that you're looking at a Web site that is busy or temporarily shut down or offline. A Web host could also be working on certain things on the site, causing the images to be down. If everything else above is set correctly and you're still not seeing the images, this might just be your problem. Just try the site again later. That's all you can really do.
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What sites are you having problems viewing images on.


:whistling:
http://sacredways.pr...2.com/index.cgi

And

http://todayswitches...6.com/index.cgi

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Looks like the sites problem to me.
There are no other images behind those red x's.
Both IE and Firefox show no other images.
But the links work.
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Same with me no problems in IE or firefox.

What browser are you using on some browsers you can turn off images?

Are you using any Speed accelerator programs?
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Same with me no problems in IE or firefox.

What browser are you using on some browsers you can turn off images?

Are you using any Speed accelerator programs?


I don't know what a speed accelerator program is, so I guess I'm not using one.

My browser's BT Yahoo.
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Same with me no problems in IE or firefox.

What browser are you using on some browsers you can turn off images?

Are you using any Speed accelerator programs?


I don't know what a speed accelerator program is, so I guess I'm not using one.

My browser's BT Yahoo.
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Same with me no problems in IE or firefox.

What browser are you using on some browsers you can turn off images?

Are you using any Speed accelerator programs?


I don't know what a speed accelerator program is, so I guess I'm not using one.

My browser's BT Yahoo.

Edited by catrina, 03 August 2007 - 10:20 AM.

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http://uk.broadband.yahoo.com/

Well....

I'd do some house cleaning.
Yahoo is about as nuts as aol imho.
Although aol has improved greatly since I saw it about a year ago.

Run CCleaner

http://filehippo.com...nload_ccleaner/
run the 'Cleaner' and then the 'Issues' commands

Cleanup- set system restore point-Start-All Programs-Accesories-system tools-System Restore
Then download and run this-
http://www.stevengou...o...9&Itemid=72

And Tuneup2007-free trial-cleanup and repair
Run the Clean command and the Registry Cleaner
http://www.tune-up.c...gn=ExactBranded

And switch to Firefox.
Or Maxthon2, either one and you don't have to uninstall anything on your computer.
http://www.mozilla-europe.org/en/
http://www.maxthon.com/

You do not have to use the internet browser that your ISP provides.
Both Firefox and Maxthon2 will fit on a cd if you can't access the internet from the problem computer, you can download it and put it on a cd.
You can also put the install files of the rest of the programs I listed on a cd.

Understand?
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I haven't downloaded anything yet.. :whistling: Changed browser..... so far so good.. No problems (yet)

Thanks for all your help..

*Catrina bows in admiration*

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