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Hello there!
I'm a moderator on a literacy roleplaying site, and as such I need to be able to see what's going on on the site entirely. Lately I've been encountering a problem, not shared by anyone except for me. Certain images are showing up as broken, and when I click them end up giving me a 404 Error page. Now this doesn't happen while I'm at school, only at home no matter what I use (Laptop, iPhone, Deskptop...) so I'm going to go ahead and say it has nothing to do with the website. But I've tried a couple of things and I have no idea how to fix it. Others aren't having this problem, and I wasn't about a month ago.

Any help would be much appreciated!!
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Hi trynadawn,

Welcome to Geeks to Go! :) Sorry for the delay in responding.

Have you tried power cycle your router/modem? Just unplug the devices from the wall socket and allow the memory to flush then plug in the modem, wait a few minutes, then plug in the router. Not sure this will help, but it's a start.

If that doesn't help, please clear out your Temporary Internet Files folder to see if that helps.

One of the other members may have some idea as what to try as well. Please stay tuned.

Donna :)
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