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highside

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I upload photo images to several different sites by upload, email & even FTP with no problems at all, yet to one site I have had to install Firefox because files will not upload using IE. Not happy about that I prefer to stick with IE,is there a setting I could adjust in IE eg security setting to get around this. Tried adding the site to Trusted Sites but that didnt work? Talking about small jpeg images only <1MB in RGB space. Win 7 64 bit & IE9 plus Norton Thanks

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Woolwell

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There could be a compatibility issue with the website and IE9. Have you tried in compatibility view. I am unable to download and view pdf credit card statements in IE9 but they work fine in Firefox. Firefox hasn't got security problems so I don't understand your thread title. You can always go back to IE8.

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Number six

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I also could never get IE9 to upload (photos to a printing firm) using FTP. In Firefox, it's quick and simple. You should have no concerns over security.

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