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lineinasong

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I recently got a new laptop - its a HP ZV5000T with a 1280 x 800 resolution (15.4 widescreen) and lately I've been noticing some issues when I'm on the web. Images that were crystal clear on my old computer now look pixelated - rough edges are apparent within the pictures, and graphics I've created before with text are similar (like image maps and banners). They aren't resized or anything so I know thats not causing the problem but this seems to be happening to nearly all images I view and its getting quite frustrating. Its as if I resized them smaller or larger and the rough edges are apparent. If anyone knows how to deal with something like this, if there is a screen setting I can adjust or something, please let me know. I've tried altering the resolution and toying with the color settings but its to no avail.
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