Many browsers these days check for a favicon in the root directory. I found the same issue where I was setting the favicon in the HTML header, but some browsers were not getting it. You should make sure that you always have a favicon.ico and favicon.gif in your root directory, or some servers will use their own. This is also a common source for 404 errors on most servers when the assumed files are not found.
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