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dmace2003

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I keep seeing white squares with a blue letter "i" and the message "action cancelled" and also white squares with little red x's where I think there are supposed to be pictures. If anyone can tell me what I need to change, I would appreciate it. Please be very detailed because I'm not very computer-savvy.
 

Del

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You can try this:
In Internet Explorer, Click Tools, then Internet Options.
Click the Advanced tab and restore defaults at the lower right.
Click OK, close IE and reopen and try it.
If this fails, please tell us what Operating System you are running and if you are using IE or Netscape and what version (can be found by clicking help at the top right and About either IE or Netscape).
 

dmace2003

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Thanks for your advise but I'm still having the same problem. I have IE 6
 

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What Operating System are you running? Win 95, Win 98, Win Me, Win 2000 Win XP?
 
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where do they derive from,who do they come from,how to
recover same.? I continually have to reconnect to netscape,
I allways used netscape beginning with version2. came up to
4.79. Then aol purchased and has gone screwy ever since.
tried ver 7 statement said I could operate two on system,only
now decided to keep 4.79 only to find I have lost my proxy.
Host listed as 127.0.0.1.8080.
 
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my situation became even more extreme since I first became member,was not able
to follow up because I am very much novice at this.:confused:
 
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