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I get newsletters from cnet & nasa. Where, I think, there are supposed to be images, I have only boxes with little red X's...What can I do to correct this?
I use earthlink email and Netscape. Run windows98 se..
Thanks for your help.

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Not using the software you mention. I would suggest looking at your email / browser settings. In the I.E environment it is something in the security settings that stop images from displaying.

I am sure that this may be the case in Netscape?
Hope that helps?
Grim.

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thanks, i'll poke around and see what i can find in that area.appreciate your help.

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1. The article [Q283807] discusses a problem concerning the display of a red "X" or a placeholder - blue triangle, and green circle if Encoding has been set to anything but Western European (Windows).

2. When viewing a Web page which attempts to load an ActiveX control, a red X may be displayed instead, the ActiveX control may not be loaded, or the Web page may display an error message, [Q262380]:

3. Remember that any application installed that provide options for "add blocking" or "popup stopping" may prevent certain graphics viewing/display and appropriate settings should be set in the application itself. Please refer to the "Symantec" site to read their discusson concerning Norton products.

4. This Microsoft TechNet "appendix" provides detailed information for troubleshooting Microsoft

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