Since my Norton edition renewed, pictures on websites are replaced by red x's in little boxes. Is this some security issue? How can I get the pictures to appear instead of the red x's?
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I have the Norton 360 Premier edition. The red x's seem to only be there when I use Internet Explorer, but not with Google Chrome. They never USED to be there and just suddenly appeared. It would make sense to me that I accidentally brought it on myself by clicking somewhere I shouldn't have. I have gone into my control panel to make sure show picture has been checked, but that doesn't seem to make a difference.
Oh - I do have a pop up blocker on, but that has always been activated. I wouldn't know where to go to look if there is any other ad blocker.
If the Show Pictures option in Internet Explorer is turned off, you cannot see pictures. To determine whether the Show Pictures option is turned off, follow these steps:
Enable scripting, ActiveX controls, cookies, and Java programs
The Toggle Images.exe program can be set to disable images. Make sure that it is set to show images.If you have the Toggle Images.exe Web accessory installed, click the Toggle Images.exe link on the Links Bar in Internet Explorer to turn on images.Note: If the Links bar is not visible, right-click a blank area of the toolbar and verify that there is a check mark next to Links. If the Toggle Images.exe link is not visible on the Links bar, click the arrow with two angle brackets on the rightmost side of the Links bar.
Also clear your Internet Temporary Fles.Run N360Premier File cleanup to do it.
If any of the above doesnt fix.You can do reset in Internet Explorer to restore the default settings:
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