Image display problem in IE 6 SP1

Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by elkinm, Mar 4, 2003.

  1. elkinm

    elkinm Guest

    I did a clean install and IE 6 was working perfectly. Then I installed SP1a for XP which I guess installed IE SP1 and I have the typical problem that many small images are not displayed, I only see the x indicating an error.

    Anybody know of a way of fixing this or instaling IE 6 non SP1 aggain? Or does MS have a fix maybe?

  2. Hipster Doofus

    Hipster Doofus Good grief Charlie Brown

    Melbourne Australia
    See how this goes>

    by neo1980

    Go to C:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers\etc and open HOSTS file with notepad and find to remove any gamespot problem and MSN for any msn problem and so on, u gotta use the find option.

    It was reported back that the person first backed up the file then deleted it with no ill effect & the red x problem was gone.
  3. seeya

    seeya Guest

    thanks! this solved mine problem! woot !!!!!
  4. mbunny

    mbunny Guest

    Are you running Norton Personal Firewall 2002??? I got huge problems with it. If its not disabled i get screwed webpages
  5. Simes

    Simes Guest

    Hey fella, unbelievably my first post here is to assist. It probably won't happen again for some time.

    I had the same problem as a result of Norton. Follow this link and all will become clear and sorted.

  6. Kevin Ar18

    Kevin Ar18 OSNN Senior Addict

    I had big problems with that program as well. I found out about the same information Simes suggested on my own, but that didn't fix it for me. Beside, I'd hate to have to add every single site that has a problem to the list.

    What I did is as follows.
    1) Open NIS.
    2) Go to Options -> Internet Security
    3) In the window that pops up, click on "Advanced Options..."
    4) I removed all the sites listed... Also click on "Defaults" and I removed all the ad blocking
    5) Click on the "Other" tab.
    6) Under HTTP Ports List remove all of them.

    #6 is what fixed it for me (#4 didn't fix it). This get's rid of NIS's adblocking or whatever browser features it has. If you didn't want your firewall doing that anyways, then this should be ok.