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I just recently installed Windows XP Pro. and since then Internet Explorer scrolling has become very slow and jumpy. I have enabled the smooth scroll under internet options but that has not helped. Could there possibly be some kind of driver that I am missing that needs to be installed for it to scroll smoothly? Any help would be appreciated.
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List your Video Card Settings. I beleive that your Video Card does not have an Updated Driver.

You can check your Video Card Setting by following this steps:

1. >>Start Menu

2. >>Run

3. >> Type into your Keyboard - DxDiag

4. >> Click "Yes" (If you receive a Pop-Up)

5. >> Click the "Display" Tab

6. >> Under "Device" Settings, it should show you your Video Card Settings.

Please list your Video Card Settings listed in that area, and I will be able to help you.
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underneath device this is exactly how it reads

Name:
Manufacturer:
Chip Type:
DAC Type:
Approx. Total Memory: n/a
Current Display Mode: 1024x768 (32 bit) (1hz)
Monitor:
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