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dflo404

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Hello all. Ever since I re-installed windows XP on this laptop and got the internet up and running, the text and images on some websites have been kind of jerking back and forth.

I use firefox 3, and for some websites, after they load, will shift back and forth a tiny bit, mainly just the text and images. This will happen for a few seconds, until it finally remains stationary. My video drivers are working and updated, and I've never seen this problem on this computer before. Any ideas for a fix?
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happyrock

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try google chrome here...

I too have the same issues with firefox 3.0
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Hmm....Google Chrome is in beta stages. I wouldn't try to install it on anyone's main computer. Besides, it has some security/privacy issues.
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Hmm....Google Chrome is in beta stages. I wouldn't try to install it on anyone's main computer. Besides, it has some security/privacy issues.

both issues have been corrected...
also installed it on all my computers and have had no problems since the day it was released
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