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Quality problems when useing Google Earth

What do I need to look for to improve quality from grainy resolution with Google Earth. Resolution is fairly clear until I am close to the location I a want, but would like to see more detail.
I use a middle of the road (3 year old) Gateway and a 17' Princton LCT. Don't have any other details. Help!

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GoogleEarth is grainy at close detail.

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