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Hello Two days ago web images and logos on this PC/monitor started becoming fuzzy/pixelated. Also, web pages load slowly. Problem is seen with different browsers also. Desktop environment appearance is OK. Photoshop images appear OK. Web pages viewed on (different) laptop wirelessly connected via same router are OK. Have uninstalled and reinstalled vga driver (your recommendation). The problem is still here. (By way of more info, this type is perfectly clear. ''165 Experts are Online Now!'' is perfectly clear. The man in the suit (right of screen) is a bit fuzzy. ''FixYa'' logo at the top is fuzzy. Very small print at bottom of this page is clear. ''BBB Accredited Business'' logo to bottom left is fuzzy''. What shall I try next please?

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1)Go to Control Panel>Appearance and themes>display>settings>Make sure your screen resolution is set to more than 1024X768 and millions of colors.
You didn't download an accelerator for a modem, did you? If so, that is usually how the accelerator works, by deducting pixels from graphics. If that is the case, go to your accelerator and choose use original image settings. The other place we need to look is in browser settings and internet connections. See pics below. Make sure that compression settings are not too high.
2) clear your cache, cookies, and history.Instructions differ, but go to control panel>network settings>internet options. You can also check on your internet connection.
Lastly, if you have been making graphics for the web with Adobe, or another web program, make sure that you haven't changed your view settings in an effort to conserve memory in your editing programs. Sorry if I gave you redundant advice, I couldn't find your first post. Thanks, please continue to leave comments if your situation changes.
Hello Two days ago web images and logos on this - 63d3308.jpgfd9c149.jpg
Text and graphics are totally different, so browse through you internet settings to make sure that you didn't accidentally changed something. You can choose reset original tools/option settings in browsers and Adobe if you are not sure where the problem comes from.

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