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    :ermm: Has anyone else experienced this problem? Are you viewing Web pages using IE in Windows XP and (possibly) on a Dell laptop and noticing significant distortion of any image file used on any given Web page that you KNOW look fine when viewed under other circumstances?

    What's the dilly-o???

    It's Windows XP Pro Service Pack 2.

    As the tree said to the lumberjack, "I'm stumped."

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    Could it possibly be the browser setting that resizes images to fit the window? The OS would not make any difference in the way a site (or in this case an image) is displayed.

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    That's the only thing I could think of, but ...

    Quote Originally Posted by Eddy Bones
    Could it possibly be the browser setting that resizes images to fit the window? The OS would not make any difference in the way a site (or in this case an image) is displayed.
    That's the only thing I could think of, but why would the browser try to re-size images that were of small and average size? The only time I know of that browsers re-size images is when the image's dimensions are huge and you'd have to scroll to see the whole thing.

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    I had the same problem when I first upgraded to XP SP2. My computer has been reformatted and Windows has been reinstalled since then - no problems.

    Maybe try some of the newest updates - I had no clue why that happened either.

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    Can you post a screenshot? I'd be interested to see this and find a fix as I've encountered complaints about it at work (it will also eliminate the possibility of it being a display problem).

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    Just requested screenshots from the users I mentioned. Thanks!


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