RE: Image difficulties in IE



josephlm
07-10-2005, 02:53 AM
I am having a similar problem
I also have a Inspiron 6000
I have not found a solution to date

"dellbudka" wrote:

> Did you solve this? Images look ugly in explorer only, so I thought about
> reinstalling it but wanted to see if its acommon problem. My new notebook is
> Dell Inspiron6000 with 1920 by 1200 resolution.
>
> "sparkster" wrote:
>
> > Hi,
> >
> > Just bought a laptop which has a resolution of 1920*1200. Its running an
> > ATI Mobility Radeon with 256mb of sgram - even though i've unchecked the box
> > in internet options that says 'enable auto image resizing' the images still
> > appear distorted and fuzzy...anybody have any ideas? The graphics run
> > amazing using Autocad and Architectural Desktop and the icons etc in windows
> > itself are lookin better than they ever did on my desktop!
> >
> > Fanx,
> >
> > sparkster x

Malke
07-10-2005, 02:53 AM
josephlm wrote:

> I am having a similar problem
> I also have a Inspiron 6000
> I have not found a solution to date
>
> "dellbudka" wrote:
>
>> Did you solve this? Images look ugly in explorer only, so I thought
>> about reinstalling it but wanted to see if its acommon problem. My
>> new notebook is Dell Inspiron6000 with 1920 by 1200 resolution.
>>
>> "sparkster" wrote:
>>
>> > Hi,
>> >
>> > Just bought a laptop which has a resolution of 1920*1200. Its
>> > running an ATI Mobility Radeon with 256mb of sgram - even though
>> > i've unchecked the box in internet options that says 'enable auto
>> > image resizing' the images still
>> > appear distorted and fuzzy...anybody have any ideas? The graphics
>> > run amazing using Autocad and Architectural Desktop and the icons
>> > etc in windows itself are lookin better than they ever did on my
>> > desktop!
>> >
>> > Fanx,
>> >
>> > sparkster x

Are you both using an ISP that has "browsing acceleration" or some such
term? This would be found on a dialup account, usually AOL but I
believe that other dialup ISP's offer this sort of thing. One of the
ways the ISP "accelerates" the browsing is to compress all the images.
This would definitely make them less attractive, and has nothing to do
with the computer and its hardware.

Malke
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RE: Image difficulties in IE