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Cannot view certain images


kumo22

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I have Windows 7. I have two user accounts set up. An e-card was sent to us and was viewed through one of the user accounts. We could not view the card. There was a little box with a red x rather than the card. I then sent an alternative card to myself as a trial to a different email address and viewed it through the other user account. Everything was fine. I have examined the settings, as best I can, and there seems to be no difference in the internet explorer settings in the different user accounts.

I have followed an online instruction but this doesn't seem to have made any difference.

Any help will be appreciated.

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Les28

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If it is Flash Player, similar issues here

http://forums.computeractive.co.uk/showthread.php?t=218006

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woodchip

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Its normally the File typ that stops Images being Viewed, You have to have programs on your PS that support the file type

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Secret-Squirrel

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"If it is Flash Player, similar issues here"

Looks suspiciously like the same poster to me ;)

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kumo22

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The problem lay with Flash Player. Thanks for all the help.

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Secret-Squirrel

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Thanks for the feedback :)

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HondaMan

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I had a similar problem with a site yesterday and needed to load Java which cured the problem

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rdave13

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On the problem account have you checked that IE is the default browser? Start, default programs, set program access and computer defaults, expand custom and dot the button for IE.

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