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Help! Graphics Will Not Load


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#1 Spanielsells

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Posted 13 November 2006 - 07:07 PM

Help me, please. I've exhausted every avenue I can think of to fix this problem.

My system:

DELL Inspiron 6000
Windows XP Home
2gb RAM
integrated video card
Centrino technology
Norton Internet Security 2005
-Personal firewall
-Norton AntiVirus
-SpySweeper
-Ad-Aware

(I can provide more info if you guys need it).

Very recently, my computer has stopped showing graphics at various websites. Of all the websites, eBay is the worst. But, many other websites that I've been able to surf just fine are now missing huge chunks of graphics. In some instances, I'll get the graphics box with the red X in it, in others, they just don't load.

I've ruled out that it is the browser, because it does this in Firefox 2.0, MSIE 7.0 and MSN Explorer 9.0.

I've tried running CC Cleaner and I've reset my Internet options to default settings.

I've tried shutting down my Firewall and Anti-Spyware software. I've even shut down my anti-virus software, thinking that might be a problem.

I've cleared the browser cache.

I am still experiencing the problems. I've run virus checks and I've run spyware checks. My system is clean so far as the software products can tell.

Does anyone have any suggestions as to how to fix this problem?

Thanks in advance,
Jeff/spanielsells

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Posted 13 November 2006 - 11:00 PM

This is basic but have you clear the Rcache of late? Start> Run> cmd> ipconfig /flushdns
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Posted 13 November 2006 - 11:24 PM

When you get a graphics box with the red X, right click and choose "Properties" and see if you can see what ap (i.e. flash player, etc) is not displaying.

Does the screen display work properly with other aps other than a browser?
In other words, the screen fills completely?




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