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
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Re: Pictures not displayed properly on
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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There are two possible issues that can cause this:
The graphics adapter driver is not correct (using default VGA)
The OS doesn't recognize the monitor's resolution capability.
Look at the DEVICE MANAGER screen and observe what the display adapter type is. If it is a "standard VGA" then you need to search for an updated adapter for your computer's graphics card or internal chipset (if onboard graphics).
If the display adapter is correct, then check with the LG site to see if there is a monitor driver that can be loaded to aid in the OS identifying the monitor's native resolution. If there is no Windows 8 driver, you can try a Windows 7 driver...it may work.
Goto device manager , uninstall the card. go into control panel and check that the driver is uninstalled from the programs list. Swich of the pc for a minute or two then reboot Windows updares does not download drivers for graphics cards so will not install or reinstall the driver that is causing the issue, 307? Users forget to uninstall from program manger in control panel which is why the card keeps reinstalling with the undesired driver.
Please let me know what happens
You can go directly to the ATI website and download the catalyst driver. This will give you the most up to date driver available. If you get a message saying "your model computer must be updated from the manufacturer" you should go to your computer manufacturers website and install the video driver from there. Please provide your computer model for further support.
- does it work properly when u disable the online game feature (play the same game without just on your PC or in LAN-session) -goto network connections and disable every connection available besides the one u use for internet access (as u can wire up video cameras to the card via the 1394/port, this port may have been recognized as network adaptor in windows, this might cause IRQ problems and as u do not use it, it is wise to disable it)
retry now the online game / if stil the prob, came back to fixya!
Did you turn your current graphics card down to 256 colors(more then likely your old video card is built into the motherboard). You have to do that before you install the card or that may be causing your error. Keep me posted, Lee
If your OS is XP SP2, you can un install the Graphics card via device manager and on re boot let Windows new found hardware wizard pick it up and it should set up your Card itself, as the CD's drivers are probably not the latest XP SP2 compatible driver.
You could also go to the Graphics card's Manufacturer's Support site and download the latest XP compatible driver, or whatever OS's driver you require.
You can look here also: http://www.fixya.com/support/appian_graphics
What driver did you use? It seems to be a driver issue.
Try using the generic driver of Windows and start a restore point from there.
then use your CD Driver provided from the Card's Manufacturer.
Hope this helps. Let me know OK?