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Old 02-11-03, 04:05 PM
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I can't see icons on my home computer?

For some reason I cannot see the search or the new thread buttons and the little grey box with the check marks and the folder icons on my home computer no matter what browser.

Here is the computer

1.47 ghz athlon.

running winxp

I have I.E 6.0 SP1
I have the Netscape 5 or 6.0 cannot remember
I have Opera browser.

I cannot see the icons.

I flushed the cookies and the history.

For some reason I still cannot see it. Please help.

I can see them on the work computer but at home i cannot.
Old 02-11-03, 04:06 PM
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Turn on the monitor


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Originally posted by Darq
Turn on the monitor



Old 02-11-03, 04:09 PM
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Can you ping ads.kleinman.com?
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Originally posted by Goblincat
Can you ping ads.kleinman.com?

are you being serious?
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Originally posted by thejammy
are you being serious?
Yes. That is where those icons are stored. My guess is that you are blocking the ads, and at the same time blocking those icons.
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ahhh yes i don have umm what do you call it ad blocking from norton or something.

Thanks goblincat you are the best. I will check tonight. Could it be my router?

Possibly?
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did you happen to modify your hosts file recently?

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I had this problem also. I have Norton Internet Security running...I had to uncheck the Ad Blocking box, but leave the "Security" and "Privacy" blocks checked.
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thanks everyone i will make sure i change that when i get home tonight

I did not get a chance last night.

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