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Old 01-22-2007, 05:03 PM   #1
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I have come to you in search of your vast wisdom and knowledge of computers and Internet browsers. lol I am using a 19" wide screen Monitor and the resolution is set to 1440 x 990 and every time I am surfing the net the pages start to shake a little bit. Kinda hard to explain exactly how it "shakes" but the contents of the web page just shakes a little, but doesn't stop until I move to another page. I thought it was ad ware or a virus but I ran complete scans with AVG and Spy bot Search And Destroy and found nothing.... Does Firefox support 1440 x 990? My only thought is that it doesn't and that is why it "shakes". Any leads to what this may be please let me know because its annoying.

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Is it LCD? I assume it is. Does it shake when you use Internet Explorer?
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Do you have the latest graphics card drivers?
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Yes it is LCD and I don't know if it does or not when I use IE but when my family use AOL as a browser it doesn't shake

I am pretty sure I have the newest drivers for my Graphics card What version of drivers should I have if I have a 800GTO (AGP edition)
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