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When I go to some sites (usedmotorhome.com in particular) the pictures do not show on my Toshiba Satellite P50. When I go there with my IBM Thinkpad it is fine and both computers have the same version of browsers. On the Toshiba I have Windows XP Home Edition and used three different browsers. The latest version of Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, and Opera. So I don't think it is the setting on the browser.

I also have two vertical lines in the middle of the screen that are always there. They are about an eighth of an inch apart. They appeared about a week after have the bcklight invertor replaced.
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Welcome to G2G

I don't think the problem is going to be the video card (or any other hardware). You're right that it seems unlikely to be the browser settings if all three browsers are doing the same thing.

I suspect the problem is with your antivirus software or firewall. Can you tell me which AV & Firewall you have installed please?
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I have Norton AV and firewall personal edition.
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This may be caused by a conflict between IE6 & Norton in that case. The easiest thing to do, assuming you have the CD to re-install Norton with (AV+Firewall), is to uninstall Norton, reboot, then re-install.

If you can check whether web pages are displaying images correctly just before you re-install Norton, then this will help confirm that Norton is the cause.
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