|14 Apr 2011||#1|
Windows 7 ultimate want open parts of news paper
I am useing windows 7 ultimate with sp1 and all the updates on my system.
The problem I am having is when I go to the newpaper on the web there is part of the paper that is not displayed it has a X in the corner of a space where the display from the paper is suppose to be. I checked on my xp system and this is showing the temp for the town the paper was for it is like a scrolling marque some times and just the temp. other times. I also have the same problem with some article in the paper doing the same thing. What would I need to do to get window 7 to display correctly I know this is a security feature but don't know how to overide this feature. My windows Xp works great on the paper.
Any help would be appriated.
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|14 Apr 2011||#6|
Problem solved. I was running IE9 64 bit and the page needed adobe flash player to display the temperature on the newpaper web page. I switched to the 32 bit IE9
and downloaded flash player and everthing worked great. I could not find flash player for the 64 bit IE so I switched to the default 32 bit IE.
Problem solved. Thanks to all for the help you got me on the right track.
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