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displaying avi using <IMG DYNSRC> problem

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When I use <IMG DYNSRC="[filename].avi"> it shows O.K at first load and when I perform a Refresh (Microsoft Explorer 3.02), but when I perform BACK and FORWARD, then the avi file isn't loaded, and I get an "MCI error - can't find the path..." - I need a solution FAST !!! (I already tried enabling/disabling cache)
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Question by:nimrodg080397
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by:magigraf
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What's the URL??? I wanna check myself.
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philipm earned 200 total points
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your avi is most likely taking up more space than allowing in your cache and is being removed by your browser.  increase your cache size (memory/disk)
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