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The screen of my laptop part 2

Hi again!...i just realized that i only get poor graphics and images on internet web pages (different ones)...if i open a photo saved in a folder it appears to be ok....u know why?? and one more thing...i downloaded the driver , but i didnt istall it cause it says that the driver that i already have is more recent...what should i do??

thank u so very much for your time!

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Use printscr button (click it) then open a graphic program, for example paint, from start>>program >>accessories, and send me the picture of the bad image, so that I can understand what the problem is. On paint open a new document and chose Edit, then Paste. Save picture as Jpeg.
Crop ththe picture and send me the picture using the small tree button on Fixya option.
I tell you to crop it because picture sent on Fixya cannot exceed 150kb.

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