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Mat-06

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When i'm on the internet, when i scroll down, the whole page over laps itself.

How can i fix this ? :whistling:

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got a screen shot for that?

How to provide a screen capture

Select the window that you want to show us

Press the ALT key and the Print Screen (sometimes this key is labeled Prt Sc, or Prt Scr) simulultaneously

Open Microsoft Paint (usually Start > All Programs > Accessories > Paint)

On the menu bar at the top, choose EDIT > PASTE

Save the file on the desktop by choose FILE > SAVE AS

Click on the DESKTOP button on the left side of the dialog box, then in the FILE NAME box type
screen1
and under SAVE AS TYPE, choose
JPEG

Click the SAVE button

Close Paint

To attach the file, click the ADD_REPLY button at the bottom of this thread. When the window opens, scroll below the message box to FILE ATTACHMENTS, click BROWSE, click the DESKTOP button, then choose SCREEN1, then click the OPEN button.

Now click the ATTACH button, then click ADD_REPLAY button
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No i can't take a screenie of it, its hard to explain, when i scroll down, it's really slow and the page overlaps.
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it is most likely a driver issue then,specifically your video driver

If you do not know your video driver,
download Everest Home

http://www.geekstogo...d...=show&id=13

unzip it, install it, and then save a report and ATTACH it to your next post.

To do this, go to FILE > SAVE AS

put it on your desktop and give it a file name

Now click the ADD REPLY button on the bottom of this thread, click the BROWSE button beneath the text bo and navigate to your desktop, select your file and click the OPEN button, and then click the ADD THIS ATTACHMENT button next to the BROWSE button

Click Add reply button
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K here it is

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go here:

http://www.nvidia.co...ers/drivers.asp

click GRAPHIC DRIVER in first box, GEFORCE and TNT2 in second, and your OS in the third, and download the driver, and install
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Thanks gerryf. I have another situation, were i click a page from a site and the page opens in a new window, but the page doesn't pop up and load, i hafta click it at the bottom to see the page. why and how can i fix it ?

thanks for ur help gerry
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this will sound dumb, but in an IE window, right click on any link. When the window opens minimized, press the button to maximize it, then bring the first window to the front, close it, then close the second window

Open IE and try again

work?
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no, dint work gerry. maybe if i explain abit more it might help. when u click a link from a page a white screen pops up whilst it loads yes ? then the page displays. but my problem is that when i click a link from a page, it shows me that its open (at the bottom of screen) but still shows the original page from were i clicked the link whilst it loads. then when its loaded it sometimes comes up on its own.

thanks :whistling:
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right click the taskbar, click CASCADE WINDOWS, now close all windows and try another link
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Arrr gerry thats made it worse lol :blink:

Now what happens when i click a link it just comes up in a smaller window.

Thanks for botherin to help me though. :whistling:
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No, that's good. Now click a link, close the original window, then enlarge the window by grabbing the side and bottom (not the maximize button). Then close the windows with the RED X in the top right

It should now remember the size you last closed it at.

What I think happen is you closed windows with a minimzed window or had a crash with ie open and minimized

IE remembers the size of the window when it closed last
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Ok the window size is right now, but still when i click a link it doesn't display till it's loaded. :whistling:

Edited by Mat-06, 29 June 2006 - 03:13 PM.

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don't follow you....doesn't display until it is loaded....meaning the windows is blank and suddenly FLASHES as complete page, as opposed to gradually filling in?
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This is what happens.

1. im on a site
2. i click on a link
3. usually when u click a link the page pops up with a white screen and loads
4. on mine i click a link, and it shows me on the taskbar that i've opened it, but the original page from were i clicked the link is still on my screen.
5. when the link that i clicked has loaded, it will pop up on my screen

Edited by Mat-06, 30 June 2006 - 06:03 AM.

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