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Hello 1 and all. I visit numerous websites and haven't recently installed any software. I dont have spyware or viruses or any bad stuff on my machine. I ocassionally cant see ads on IE (the latest version). I have Win XP SP2. What could make it so that I can only view some ads and not others. The ads i am refering to are like the ones that are on the top, sides, or bottoms of a website.
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you might have your popup blocker on...in IE click tools > pop up blocker...is it on? or off?
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its on with ctrl to override it. it has never been a prob before. these are ads ... not pop-ups that i am havin problems with.
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hmm....have you updated all of your media player type stuff? like shockwave and all that jazz? java?
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yes
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ok well then i'm out of ideas.
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