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Just reinstalled windows and now my webpages are wavy ?


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I just got a new hard drive for my laptop because my old one crashed. I installed windows XP onto it but now my webpages are wavy when i try to scroll up and down. I have a dell latitude c640 and it was a 60gb hard drive i installed. What do i do to fix this ?
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from start>>>control panel>>system>>hardware>>>device manager>>>if you see any yellow or red marks right click on one and click update driver

if you dont see any click on the + signs for processers modems sounds audio or just check them all and update them


you may need to go here and look to see what order your drivers need to be installed

http://support.dell....o...;l=en&s=gen


go here for your drivers

http://support.dell..../...=WW1&osl=EN

once your done with drivers update your java from here

http://www.filehippo...d_java_runtime/

update your windows

http://update.micros...t.aspx?ln=en-us

Edited by rushin1nd, 23 November 2006 - 02:43 PM.

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Thanks that fixed it. I really appriciate your help
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thanks for letting me know

dont for get to update java and your windows
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