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September 22, 2005, 12:48 am
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I apologize if this is not the right group for this, but I saw some
other messages on this topic in here, so thought I'd take a shot in the
I am running IE 6, XP, SP2. When I connect to certain sites that use
inline frames, I get the message 'Your browser does not support inline
frames or is currently configured not to display inline frames.'
The aggravating thing is I recently bought multiple Dell computers,
have 2 in the room with me right now, haven't touched a thing
browser-wise on either, and it works fine on 1 and not the other. Same
OS, same IE version, etc.
Anyway, my internet provider tried to help but no luck...didn't find
anything on microsoft's site...and dell wants to charge me for help.
So thought I would try here...any advice greatly appreciated! And if
you think I'd have better luck in another group, let me know.
- Beauregard T. Shagnasty
September 22, 2005, 7:57 am
Re: inline frames
Ok, here's a shot in the dark:
Tools > Internet Options > Security tab
Pick Internet Zone
Click Custom Level button
Scroll down to: Launching programs and files in an IFRAME
What is selected?
If that doesn't help, get a modern (secure) browser:
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