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When a large picture is on the screen, it's distorted, blurry, and sort of stretched(hard to describe). But wording and smaller items look fine. I was told to try downloading an updated driver for pictures. Help please. Thank You Helen

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Livasinfw,,

its not in the driver..
its how the resolution of ur device to capture ur pictures..
and its in the pixels too..
other one is ur video card..
coz lower memory video card,,the lower the resolution of ur pix..

Posted on Apr 06, 2008

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