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Hi -- I would appreciate some advice please.

Since installing Norton Internet Security, all the logos and banners on my websites have disappeared and I've tried altering many settings in Norton but to no avail. I have also noticed the same thing when visiting other sites.

Can anyone explain why this is happening? Is there a setting I need to alter? I am running Windows XP professional.

Thank you for your time.

In anticipation

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Johanna

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Turn off Norton's "ad-blocking" and see if the problem goes away.
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Thank you for your quick response.

I have tried turning ad blocking off and it doesn't make any difference. Have also changed the privacy settings but no luck there either.

Am wondering if it might be anything to do with javascript, which I have enabled but that hasn't made any difference either.
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What browser/extensions are you using? Do you have a firewall with adblocking capabilities. If you have not already tried this, try to view the pages in an alternate browser as well.
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