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    can any pc teccies help now and again my pc wont show pictures just a red x
    tried show picture but that dont work ???????????????

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    This happens to me occasionally with pictures I store on Photobucket - if you are linking your pics from another host (rather than uploading on the Vec -c Uploader) and your host goes offline, (communication/network problems etc) there is nowhere to link to, hence the little red x instead of the pic.

    I am sure a fab techy - type blokie will come on and explain it properly in a mo!!!

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    You're quite right Mrs D, but there are also other reasons for this. If it's just not showing particular images from the web, then Mrs D is probably correct. If, however, you get the red x with every picture then it's likely to be one of 2 things, a browser setting or a problem with Java.

    Firstly, try clicking on 'tools' then 'internet options', click on the 'Advanced' tab then scroll down to the 'multimedia' section and make sure that the box next to 'show pictures' is checked, if not check it and click 'apply' then 'ok'.

    If this doesn't sort your problem then it's likely you have a java issue, if this is the case then pop along to: http://www.java.com/en/ and download the latest java software, the download link is quite prominent on the page.

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