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Small Red X


Snrub

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Some websites have a picture content that is presumably blocked with a small red cross X inthe top left corner. I have tried switching off pop up blocker and its not that. Any ideas what I need to do to view content please?

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Ventad

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Try Internet explorer/Tools?advanced tab?scroll down to multimedia tick show pictures

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Ventad

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? should of been / sorry

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Snrub

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Thanks, checked but multimedia show pictures is ticked, so its not that.

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woodchip

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have you tried right click the box then show image

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Snrub

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Thanks woodchip, tried that but its not that.

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woodchip

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your java may need updating, as web page images depend a lot on java script

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Snrub

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Not that, have latest java version 6 update25

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woodchip

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Browsers Do not implement Java the same way, have you tried another browser. Also there are different Java Sun Mico Systems and think MS do there own. Typical Mishmash on PC's

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woodchip

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Micro not Mico

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Snrub

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Yes woodchip, it works on Chrome but there must be a reason why it doesn't work on IE9?

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