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Why won't Facebook & Myspace profile pictures display in any browser on this computer

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by mbacchus, Jul 8, 2009.

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  1. mbacchus

    mbacchus Thread Starter

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    For some reason Myspace and Facebook pictures won't display on my computer. In Facebook, the pictures come up gray and in Myspace, I get the same icon users have as if they never uploaded a picture at all. This is not only happening to my profile picture but EVERYONES. This is occuring on every browser I have installed: IE, Firefox, and Opera. It is only occuring on this computer. I have resarted multiple times (it's been occuring for the last month). I have cleared the cache. I made sure that nothing is blocking it in Trusted Zones. Something is blocking these images from coming through. Any suggestions?

    Thanks

    Here's a screen shot: http://img18.imageshack.us/i/shoto.jpg/

    UPDATE: My coworker is experiencing the same symptoms on his machine? I know IT can block certain sites but is it possible to block profile pictures in certain sites? Is this a server side issue?
     
  2. StopSpyware

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    Check and make sure you have image display enabled on your web browser. :)
     
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