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Web Page Alignment is on Left Margin, no pictures displayed

When viewing cnn.com, si.com, facebook.com in IE 6, I am unable to view the pictures, and all the information is aligned on the left margin. With weather.com, the info with all text is centered (like you might center a header in MS Word), and again graphics are not viewable. Firefox browser had same results. Other sites are fine. Have ran spam/virus checks.

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