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I changed a jpg on my web site. The new file is 200k, the old one was 40k. It displays fine in Firefox and Safari but not in IE
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I have had this issue before, the jpg could be the wrong color type (forget the exact terminology) but RGB or something is different. and you need to recreate/save the .jpg in the correct web safe format.

I apologize for not being more detailed but I can not remember the terminology.  We changed this on the graphic I was using and then it worked fine.
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Can you supply the offending JPG file??
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