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Cannot view Images in Facebook

Hi all,

One of our clients cannot view images in the Facebook page.
Images show up as red crosses. If you go directly to the image location the error message is that it cannot display the page.

This is an issue for all the PCs at the site.
I have tried different browsers (IE, Firefox) - same problem.

I have tried changing the public DNS servers on the router. This has not resolved it.

Anyone have any ideas?
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Ian MeredithCommented:
Is this issue with just all computer at the one site?  or is this issue global?
if you right click on image and select "show image"  - does the image appear ?

Are you using proxy ?
optimus_nzAuthor Commented:
1. No proxy
2. Just computers at this one site
3. If I right click and select SHow Image - same issue - takes a long time and finally gives me a cannot display error message
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Ian MeredithCommented:
Can you confirm this is only affecting the website - Facebook?

I have been reading about others with this same issue.  

They have had to contact the Facebook Help Center to get it resolved..... here is the problem submission page for missing images....
optimus_nzAuthor Commented:
Hi Team

Thank you for your help with this. The has resolved but without and input from us or facebook.
optimus_nzAuthor Commented:
Facebook support looked like would be able to resolve issue however, issue resolved itself over time
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