Images in IE7

By tmalo627 ·
I have a user whose IE7 will not load pictures on random websites. Instead it's just that little red X. She is running XP Pro SP2. I have tried the solutions from <a href="" target="_blank">Microsoft's KnowledgeBase</a> with no luck. I have also uninstalled and reinstalled IE7. These pictures load correctly if viewed in Firefox, but IE is needed because of .NET Framework related web apps. Has anyone seen this before or know of a possible fix?

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Is your User using Microsoft Office

by Jacky Howe In reply to Images in IE7

The temp folder could be corrupt. Depending on your version use this as a guide.

Click on Start, Run and type in <b>regedt32</b> and press Enter.

Navigate to this path: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\11.0\Outlook\Security. It contains a key called <b>OutlookSecureTempFolder</b>

Right click on the Key and select export and save it. This is a backup in case something goes wrong. Delete the key!

Open Outlook

On the File Menu select Tools, Options, Security and select <i>Change Automatic Download Settings</i> then uncheck <i>Don't download pictures or other content automatically in HTML e-mail</i>

Internet Explorer 7 is not displaying Images in Google Images

There is a red X and no Pictures in Outlook 2007

Open Outlook and click on Tools, click on Trust Center. Select Automatic Download and in the right pane untick <i>Don't download pictures automatically in HTML e-mail messages or RSS items</i>

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by tmalo627 In reply to Is your User using Micros ...

The user is gone for the day, but I will try this first thing tomorrow.

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Let us know

by Jacky Howe In reply to Thanks...

how you get on.

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by tmalo627 In reply to Is your User using Micros ...

This morning, the user told me the problem had fixed itself. I will hang on to this tip in case it happens again. My guess is it will within a week.

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