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Oblivionon360

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I am not on my computer at the moment so I may not be able to provide accurate information on a day by day basis. When I try to access Yahoo games or Pogo the games do not load. Also the Multiple picture frames you see next to my name in this post with Homer do not appear on this computer. I originally thought it was a problem with Java and when I installed the latest Version of Java it did not help. This computer (my girlfriends) has TrendMicro AV on it. I don't know how else to explain this. I did not know if there are access restrictions on Windows that might not allow access to certain types of online Java Apps or if it might be trend micro but any help in this issue would be of great appreciation.
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Update: I do not have much of an update. I know that it is not HyperText Transfer Protocol images them selves that are unable to load because when i veiw a HyperText Transfer Protocol GIF image, it pulls up fine. I am posative i have the most current version of Java. Also im sure that Windows Live games use Java and i do not have any problems with that. I dont know if its because IE has a setting that bans certain Java Scripts.
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Get Firefox, and see if the applets load in that.
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