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No Images in Limited User Accts

Discussion in 'Internet Explorer' started by Larry B, Aug 30, 2010.

  1. Larry B

    Larry B Flightless Bird

    I have XP Pro and IE7. About 2 weeks ago the limited user accts ceased being
    able to see some images on websites. For example, the colorful and oft
    interesting Google header is just a red x placeholder. This is true for all
    limited user accts. The "images" checkbox in Internet Options is checked. I
    cannot image what else to check. Thanks for any suggestions. Lar
     
  2. Larry B

    Larry B Flightless Bird

    "Larry B" <iHateSpam@nospam.gov> wrote in message
    news:9pmdnfzDir3jXubRnZ2dnUVZ_g-dnZ2d@earthlink.com...
    >I have XP Pro and IE7. About 2 weeks ago the limited user accts ceased
    >being
    > able to see some images on websites. For example, the colorful and oft
    > interesting Google header is just a red x placeholder. This is true for
    > all
    > limited user accts. The "images" checkbox in Internet Options is checked.
    > I
    > cannot image what else to check. Thanks for any suggestions. Lar
    >
    >

    I tried turning off all of the Add-Ons and that did not help.
     
  3. Larry B

    Larry B Flightless Bird

    "Larry B" <iHateSpam@nospam.gov> wrote in message
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    >
    > "Larry B" <iHateSpam@nospam.gov> wrote in message
    > news:9pmdnfzDir3jXubRnZ2dnUVZ_g-dnZ2d@earthlink.com...
    >>I have XP Pro and IE7. About 2 weeks ago the limited user accts ceased
    >>being
    >> able to see some images on websites. For example, the colorful and oft
    >> interesting Google header is just a red x placeholder. This is true for
    >> all
    >> limited user accts. The "images" checkbox in Internet Options is checked.
    >> I
    >> cannot image what else to check. Thanks for any suggestions. Lar
    >>
    >>

    > I tried turning off all of the Add-Ons and that did not help.
    >

    It was Flash, after all. I had to use the Flash removal tool from Adobe, not
    Add/Remove in XP. Once done, rebooted, and then Flash re-installed, all was
    working fine.
     

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