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Apache failing to process SSI includes

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A few days ago my Website stopped processing include declarations. Every page on the site provides at least one, often more, <$include virtual="etc"> tags that no longer operate. There is no error message such as one would encounter with IIS (e.g. Error processing SSI file) and the source continues to display the <$include virtual="etc"> tag intact. I have changed the virtual qualifier to file with no change. Keep in mind the site has been operational and trouble free for a number of years. The support staff at my ISP are, how can I put this?, unhelpful.
<body onload="P7_initTBM(1,2,1,1,200,3)" style="background-image:url(/img/homepage/maingradient.jpg); background-repeat:repeat-y">
<div id="container_masthead"><!--#include virtual="/masthead/masthead_menu.html" --></div>

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most likely your httpd.conf changed
either of following is missing/changed:

Options Includes
AddType text/x-server-parsed-html .html
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Thanks - that did it!
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