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bing.com image search returns Microsoft Internal dialog

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Running windows 7 pro

From www.bing.com, any image search returns 10 or fewer "Trending images" and a dialog with the following text " Microsoft Internal
This dialog allows Microsoft employees to give confidential feedback on adult content found in Bing Images.
Mark Image as adult <checkbox/>
Mark Page as adult <checkbox/>
Mark Domain as adult <checkbox/>
Comments (optional):<texbox/>
[Submit] [Cancel] " NOTE: On this same machine, an image search from www.bing.com works as expected if executed from IE or Opera browsers.

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Here's a screen shot

cor-el
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Clear the cache and the cookies from sites that cause problems.

"Clear the Cache":

  • Tools > Options > Advanced > Network > Cached Web Content: "Clear Now"

"Remove Cookies" from sites causing problems:

  • Tools > Options > Privacy > Cookies: "Show Cookies"

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Thanks, but this failed to correct the issue.

Note, I have contacted Microsoft and I have submitted this issue to their research team as a possible defect in the bing.com site.

Additionally, this issue began not long after I ran a couple on utilities to clean up system temp files and other garbage. These tools also identified bad entries in the Windows registry errors and I was prompted with an option to let these tools clean up the offending entries. Not thinking, I clicked yes and I have wondered if Bing.com dependencies in the registry may have been corrupted as a result. I guess this may be possible ... but, I give it a low probability as Bing.com searches work as expected when using Internet explorer.