Excel Charts Only Show on Some Machines in SharePoint 2010

I recently published an excel Chart and an excel Sheet to two different webparts within a SharePoint 2010 Team site. The chart and the Sheet both display fine, however when I visit the machine of a colleague and view the chart and sheet, things become interesting. Although both appear fine on my machine, on the machines of others, either only one is showing and the other just cycles as though its going to load or one shows and the other is x'ed out. I've seen this on about 3 different machines now. There supposedly aren't' any network issues currently.

What would cause this and how can I resolve it?
Lord_DragonAsked:
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Rainer JeschorCommented:
Hi,
with which account did you view the pages on the other machines? Yours?
What browser (and version)?
Are the machines domain joined?
What kind of authentication does the web app support?
You might want to use e.g. Chrome or IE11 and use the developer tools -> network to check the requests and the responses (error 500, 404 ...) and in the same time you can note the datetime of the request and review the SharePoint ULS log - perhaps its a memory issue.
How does your farms infrastructe look alike?
Thanks
Rainer
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Lord_DragonAuthor Commented:
It was merely a permissions issue, once I modified the user rights all was well.
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Lord_DragonAuthor Commented:
No one posted a solution to my inquiry or provided guidance to lead me to determining the issues cause or its resolution. I stepped away from the problem and came back to it fresh and it was a relatively easy fix.
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