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Old 07-25-2005, 09:00 PM   #11
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I normally use IE but I have Firefox also... Same problem on both.
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Same problem with what?
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I have the same problem described in original post with both Firefox and IE.
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Oh, eee...

Err....

Could be an Operating System Problem. Viewing Images will always be handed over to the OS for Renderring, it is possible it is destroyed at that point. Can you save images you can't see, and then view them that way? Or can't you see them then either?
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did you try going to internet properties and restoring the advanced tabs defaults... and then rechecking TLS 1.0? Also did you make sure that your web browsers are totally up to date? Also if none of this works see if you can click on properties of a picture and tell us the file extention.
Also make sure you have the right encoding for your browser... go to view, then encoding and select the one that applies to you. I would recommend that auto select is on.
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Nope, can't view them that way either!
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did you see a file extension? and the encoding or defaults didn't work?
Try making sure you have windows up to date also with automatic updating?

This actually may be the work of spyware... make sure to scan for the works.
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Well the ones I can't see I right clciked, pointed to properties and saw they were Gifs.

I just took off Service Pack 2 thinking it might help but it didnt!
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it's probably spyware... did you run virus/spyware checkers yet?

and go here to check for updates... http://update.microsoft.com/windowsu....aspx?ln=en-us
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that stuff wouldn't stop you from viewing pics, but still good to scan for anyways.
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