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While surfing none of the image is clear on any of the web pages

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Hi,
If ur problem occurs only in web pages...try using some 3rd party browsers like opera and if ur problem is solved then....it may be due to improper settings in the clear tune settings of ur desktop PC OS (Windows XP)

IF this also does not solve ur problem...Try reinstalling the DirectX on ur PC

If the problems exist always ...( in all programs, when u r online), then it may be a problem with ur graphics adapter too...Try reinstalling the drivers

Bye

Have a nice day.

I hope ... this solves ur problem. :)

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