I've got the usual browsers with Gecko and Blink engines. Never had a problem with the original simple version of CAPTCHA.
If I try over and over, one of my browsers might render "I'm not a robot" followed by the thumbnail array of selectable images. There are hundreds of possible fixes. Just type "browsers not rendering reCAPTCHA" into any search engine. I've tried more fixes than I can remember. Nothing seems to work.
There are a few sites that I've used for years. I can't login anymore because they recently adopted reCAPTCHA.
This may be a drastic solution, but I'm looking at tiny Linux distros that can boot from within a host operating system, like Damn Small Linux (DSL). I'm guessing the browsers included with these small distros will render reCAPTCHA normally.
Since nothing I've tried has fixed the reCAPTCHA problem, should I download a distro that can launch inside Windows?