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If any one can help :

I recently peformed a system tweak to inprove performance and by doing so, It has completely disabled my ability to view GIF files on any website such as signatures w/ animation ( ect. ) If someone sends them in an IM or E-mail they run fine only on IE they don't work. I have no Zone alarm. I use E Trust system works. All applications that I'm aware of are allowing play. I've re-installed microsoft completely and have tried ample spyware tests with no success. System restore will not enable me to see animations either. any suggestions ? I've shut down pop up blocker, allowed animations in the ie options and still nothing ?
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Well...
Have you tried a different browser?
Like Firefox, Opera or Netscape?

Firefox
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Yes i'm currently using foxfire
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in ie, tools >internet options>advanced tab

scroll down, is play animations checked?
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Yes
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