IE 6.0 problem

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itegres

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I run Win XP home edition SP1 with IE 6.0

Lately have been having problem with loading all images, as an example when I surf to Infospace.com no images in the upper banner, and the links return the message that the page cannot load.

I have the same problem when going to msn.com, the item just under the date (right side) shows an empty holder with a red x.

I flushed all caches, cookies, tmp files, history, hit the refresh button, tried the solutions in the MS MKB 283807, 309287, 316545 to no avail.

I have 2 other pc accessing the web and they have no problem with that particular site or any sites.

Help:confused:
 
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Try this:

<a href="http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;Q309287"><font color="Red">You Cannot View Some Images on Web Pages After You Upgrade to Internet Explorer 6.0</font></a>

Just noticed that W XP is not mentioned but it might be woth a shot.
 

Del

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Try going to Tools > Internet Options > Advanced and Click on Restore Defaults at the lower right , then click Apply then click ok.
Close IE and reopen and try it.
 

dvk01

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It seems to be a common fault with IE6 & XP sp1

only solution I have found is to either keep refreshing the page or right click image placeholder and select show image

The same topic appears on numerous forums and no-one has yet found a permanent solution

Derek
 
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