Captchas are not showing up

Problem with incorrect display Appears on Opera 95.0.4635.84 , Edge 109.0.1518.115, Chromium 89.0.4389.114 , only firefox 102.14.0es works properly. Windows 7. Disabling extensions doesn’t change anything. This also shows up on other sites. Clearing cache and cookies doesn’t help either.
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Due to the lack of response, I decided to check older versions of Chomium and Edge browsers. It turns out that on versions up to 87.0.4280.141-r812852 captas are displayed correctly.
However, in newer versions under windows 7 x86 they are no longer loaded properly.
I hope that the technical department will solve this problem because older browsers are no longer compatible with websites and do not have security updates. The latest browsers for Windows 7 x86 are version v109.0.5414.75-r1070088. However, the latest version of Comodo Dragon Internet Browser 113 x86 displays capta correctly.
Websites where I encountered the problem:
It seems that on all sites served by cloudflare I have a problem with the correct loading of Capta.

I’d update to the current version of OS and browser. This seems like it could be a technical issue with your browsers. If you’ve already cleaned cache and cookies, attempt to reset or reinstall your browsers. Also, ensure that JavaScript is enabled as Captchas require it to work correctly. If the problem persists, reach out to the support of the respective browsers as it may be a deeper issue in the out of date versions that they are already aware of.

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I have installed browsers in a windows 7 x86 virtual system which is clean. And the problem repeated itself. As for the technical support of browsers, versions for windows 7 are no longer supported, so they probably won’t do anything. It remains to use those browsers that display capta correctly. Unless it’s not a browser problem but cloudflare’s access settings. Unfortunately, I don’t have a Windows 10 x86 version to test these browsers.

That operating system is over three and a half years past its end of life. It is no longer supported by the manufacturer. It is not realistic to expect any third-party developers to continue supporting that platform.

Support for the two subsequent Windows versions, 8 and 8.1, has also ended.

32-bit support for Windows is almost completely non-existent. Microsoft stopped offering new OEM versions of 32-bit Windows 10 in early 2020.

Even many popular Linux distributions have dropped 32-bit support. It’s not going to get easier to keep using such legacy hardware and you are going to find yourself very much alone trying to keep it functional.


So it’s a switch to x64 linux. I’m not going to change my computer every 5 years so that the new system can work properly on it. Warnings appear in the browser in Inspect, Sources, Issues:

  1. A page or script is accessing at least one of navigator.userAgent, navigator.appVersion, and navigator.platform. Starting in Chrome 101, the amount of information available in the User Agent string will be reduced.
    To fix this issue, replace the usage of navigator.userAgent, navigator.appVersion, and navigator.platform with feature detection, progressive enhancement, or migrate to navigator.userAgentData.
  2. StorageType.persistent is deprecated. Please use standardized instead.
  3. window.webkitStorageInfo is deprecated. Please use standardized instead.
    4.One or more documents in this page is in Quirks Mode, which will render the affected document(s) with quirks incompatible with the current HTML and CSS specifications.
    Quirks Mode exists mostly due to historical reasons. If this is not intentional, you can add or modify the DOCTYPE to be <!DOCTYPE html> to render the page in No Quirks Mode.
    I am surprised by these 4 warnings because it is inside:
Unless it doesn't recognize capital letters and it should be . Thanks for trying to help, I guess I'll end this topic here.


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