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by andrew burston / June 3, 2004 2:50 AM PDT

why do pictures not show probaly on the internet aol started doing it i noticed when a cover for a c.d. on the internet the people on front had wavey lines started showing theyer picturs and every other picture did it to but the internet explorer did not but then the same thing started on that to know its started on video clips

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Re:graphics
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / June 3, 2004 3:01 AM PDT
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My advice is to run Disk Cleanup and Windows Update.

You'll also be aware that using IE is not without risk as you stand in the line of fire between malware writers and Microsoft. I have no cure for this problem. Instead my advice for today is to use another browser unless you find a site that doesn't work with the other browser.

In closing, since you are an AOL user, your setup is far from stock so AOL should be able to fix your issue.

Best of luck,

Bob

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Re:graphics
by 010101xxxxx / June 3, 2004 3:54 AM PDT
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if you are using AOL, check internet settings IN AOL to see if graphics are compressed. AOL by default (I believe) sets to compress. These graphics are in .art format

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