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Traeva

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When i open any web page all the images appear as a white box. If I right click and select show image, then the image appears...see attached. If i navigate away from the page and come back the image is gone again. I ran virus check and made sure I had all updates installed but it's still doing the same thing. Everything was working fine in the evening but when I fired up my box in this morning everything was screwy.






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Fixed it! tools > internet options > under multimedia make sure show images is checked. Not sure how that got changed but it works like a champ now!
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Glad you got it fixed and thanks for letting us know. Other users might find they need the same fix.
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The weird thing now is that it keeps doing it more often like it won't hold the setting. Any suggestions on what may be causing that?
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Most times this is either a conflicting setting in one of your add-ons for IE - or it's a security/tweaking program that you use that's preventing the change. Malware can also do this.
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