Generally, Internet connections work well and display graphics and pictures. However, some do not and, simply, show a small rectangular box at the top left-hand edge of the target's home page - the background colour is there, but nothing else! Should emphasise that the problem is with a small minority of sites only ... on the last occasion, I tried to get onto click here.
I use Windows XP Home and my browser is AOL 9.0.
I've tried all sorts to overcome the problem, sadly without success. Nothing the AOL Helpdesk came up with has improved the situation, so I'm appealing to a wider audience for guidance!
I think the AOL service uses its own browser and not internet explorer, I think it'll be the security settings needing to be lowered, I know how to alter them on internet explorer but have no idea how to alter them on AOL but I'm sure someone else will. Tried the link by the way and worked fine for me.
Thanks, everyone, for your help & guidance. All suggestions tried and when I attempted to update shockwave & flash player, as Joe R. suggested, I had exactly the same problem with the Macromedia site, which led me to conclude that it was, in fact, my AOL browser that was at fault. So, reinstalled the browser ... & 'Bingo', got onto my target site first time!! So, 'Nohope', if you pick this up, simply reinstall AOL 9.0 & it should correct the problem. Thanks, again, everyone.
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