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Jpeg image displaying problem in inernet page

I am having the Toshiba Satellite M100 Laptop, i am having a problem that the JPEG Image in only on the internet Web page fades, it does'nt display properly, as i tried all the options but i was not success please give the solution

  • singar nadar Jun 18, 2007

    i tried but still i am having the problem the images still does'nt display properly

  • singar nadar Jun 19, 2007

    i tried but but was unable to solve

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Have you tried to reset your browser? You can do this by going to your menu bar > Tools > Internet Options Then clicking the Advanced Tab. On the Advanced tab look for a button that says "Reset". Press that, close down the browser and start it back up. LEt me know if that fixes it.

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    Other then the version of IE your using, it could possibly be that you have a 3rd party plugin/addon installed that is doing that.

    If it is only jpeg and nothing else, I would look into possibly using another browser to see if you get the same effect. If you do, a 3rd party app is controlling the redering of images on your computer. IF it doesn't occur then something installed on your system is directly controlling the redering of that browser. Which then you would have to run hijackthis and possibly uninstall IE if its IE 7 and reinstall it again. Without any more information I don't know what else to suggest.

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Hi, You probably need to download adobe flash player and install it. http://www.adobe.com/shockwave/download/download.cgi?P1_Prod_Version=ShockwaveFlash Thanks, Lolita

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