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IE does not display some images

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I've got Internet Explorer on a Dell computer running Windows Vista. I don't know what version of IE I have, I think it's IE7, definitely not 8.

When I browse some sites like www.neopets.com, some of the uploaded pics from users are not showing up. I am getting a red x in their place.

The things I have done so far:

Cleared cookies, cache, everything
Made sure "Show Pictures" was checked in Advanced settings
Made sure my settings were set low enough that images should be showing up.
Tried changing the image host I was using to display pics.

No malware, spyware or anything else is present on the computer. This is a brand spankin' new computer with Trend Micro Antivirus software.

The main thing I care about is my layout for my account on there.

I can see it all perfectly fine with Firefox, but no show in IE, just grey.

There is a limited amount of coding I can use (4000 character max, no java, flash, etc. Just basic CSS and html, no exception coding)

If there's something that can be done, please, please let me know. I've never had a problem with the layouts I created before, so I don't know what is going on.

The page I care about that I can't see is: http://www.neopets.c...l?user=lovagees
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1. Go Start, and in "Start search" type in:
Hit Enter.
2. Navigate to: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Classes\PROTOCOLS\Name-Space Handler
3. Go to File>Export and backup the two keys: http and ftp
4. Then delete both http and ftp
5. Close the Registry Editor.
6. Restart computer.
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