Red 'X' where picture should be

  Dirty Dick 15:29 22 Jan 2004
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When I'm surfing the web a red 'X' appears where a picture should be. Am I short of some software to view it or have I a problem elsewhere.
Thanks

  johnnyrocker 15:37 22 Jan 2004

it can be due to java vm machine not updated or enabled, tools/internet options/advanced/ scroll down to vm machine and check ticked also scroll to multimedia and make sure show pictures is ticked.

johnny.

  TommyRed 15:46 22 Jan 2004

Try right clicking X and select 'show picture'. HTH TR

  tigertantrum 22:13 22 Jan 2004

I'm trying to post a picture onto a message board/forum using <P ALIGN="CENTER">
<IMG SRC="FULL PICTURE ADDRESS HERE">, but get the red X when I preview the message. Can anyone please help.

  researcher 22:49 22 Jan 2004

the red X can be due to several reasons that I am aware of, johnyrocker has noted one. Another can be due to browser security and/or privacy settings. Have a look at these.

  palinka 17:08 23 Jan 2004

If your ISP has dropped your connection, or you're looking at a web page off line you often can't see the pictures; instead there is a red cross. Check that you're still connected; that could be the solution.

  SteveD73 20:07 06 May 2004

In norton internet security disable "privacy control" under internet status. This has just worked for me.

  Dan the Confused 20:55 06 May 2004

You could try the PC Pitstop site at click here

Run the check, then let it test your browser settings.

  VoG II 21:04 06 May 2004
  Dirty Dick 12:05 07 May 2004

I've just sent an e-mail to a friend after adding oictures in the text part of the message, but he only gets a red 'X'. I'm using Outlook Express, and so is he. Any ideas

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