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I am having trouble seeing some graphics on some web pages that I visit. Instead of seeing the image, I see a small icon with a square, triangle and circle (kindof like a broken link icon). I am running IE6 under Windows 2000 Professional. I am also running AdsGone popup stopper. I thought it might be the AdsGone software causing the problem, so I tried shutting it down, but this did not solve the issue. This problem started happening about 2 weeks ago. To the best of my knowledge, nothing has changed on my PC. Any help you can offer would be appreciate. Thanks.

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Snap, i've been having this problem for ages and it's driving me nuts, really hope someone can help here, Thanx Nightshade

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If you go to tools, internet options, advanced is there a checkmark next to shkow pictures?
also what is a site that you are having problems with? We can see how it comes up for us to rule it out being a site issue.

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Thanks, but I finally found the source of the problem on my own. The pictures that were failing to load were Flash objects. I found the solution on the Macromedia website:

This error can be caused by a "kill bit" entry installed in the Windows registry. This type of registry entry is usually created by an ad/pop-up blocker installation. Uninstalling the pop-up blocker will not necessarily remove this registry entry.

http://www.macromedia.com/cfusion/knowledgebase/index.cfm?event=view&id=KC.tn_19091&extid=tn_19091&dialogID=3355676&iterationID=1&sessionID=48308fc4d215$3F$3F$3&stateID=0%200%203359555&mode=simple

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