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Internet exporer only loads half of images


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sukaira-ku

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Thank you for taking the time to help me. I was browsing through a gallery recently, and when I clicked on a couple of images, they started loading normally at first, but then they would stop loading half way and Internet Exporer would display "Done" in the status bar. Any suggestions to what the problem could be?
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Was it just that gallery? Can you veiw other pictures from other sites fully?
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internet explorer can come across many problems at diffenet times for one reason or another. Please if you ahve something happen like this again please hit refresh after it says "done" even when it isn't done. This should fix the problem if not please report back to this topic.
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I tried refreshing the first few times it happened, but there was no result.
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like Dillan said in a previous post is this one page or many?
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Ah, sorry about that. It's more than one page. I've tried to open 5 different images, but all seem to have the same loading problem. One page loaded fully the first time, but when I tried to open the image again, the same loadingproblem occured.
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try cleaning the browser's cache. Open IE and click on tools>Internet Options.
Click on Delete Files and select "delete all offline content".
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I tried cleaning the browser's cache, but the loading problem persists.
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can you tell me if they are gifs or jpegs?
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I checked the properties and it seems they are jpegs.
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so what your telling me is that only jpegs, no gifs do this....
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Yes, gifs load without any problems. The loading problem occurs only with some jpegs.
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please do the follwing, go tools internet options and then under security put it to as low as you can and then do the same for privacy.
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even with the security and privacy at the lowest option, the jpegs still do not load correctly
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are you getting a little red x by any chance or do you just get a half loaded image. Can you attach a screen shot in your next post.
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