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Pictures not displayed properly on

I am using WinXP SP2. My OS is up to
date with all the updates provided
by Microsoft. The problem is that
the pictures dont load fully
whenever I open any webpage. They
look very low-res. I have tried all
possible fixes but nothing seems to
help. My antivirus software (AVG)
and Spybot is also up to date. I
have already scanned my entire
system by using all the above plus
Malicious Software Removal Tool and
AVG Spyware. The problem is there on
IE7 as well as FireFox. Please
help!!.

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  • apatrawala Feb 12, 2008

    Thank you freinds...I'll try to reply to all of you in the sequence of the questions posted.



    Yes it happens only when I access the internet only.



    The text size was already set to 'Medium' and Zoom set to 100% so this solution also does not help unfortately.



    The ATI drivers are installed and updated too.

  • Abd Halim Md Noor May 11, 2010

    Is it happen only when you access internet?

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Thank you freinds...I'll try to reply to all of you in the sequence of the questions posted.

Yes it happens only when I access the internet only.

The text size was already set to 'Medium' and Zoom set to 100% so this solution also does not help unfortately.

The ATI drivers are installed and updated too.

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If this happens only in accessing internet or any web page adjust the Page Text size; Medium, Zoom 100%. If this happens too in displaying the desktop itself, try configuring the video preferences; single display as default monitor and select other default icon sizes, text sizes, on desktop properties. Hope this helps.

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