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post #11 of 12
Well i'd try rolling back drivers if you are currently using the newest ones. If that doesnt help you, reinstall the OS. if you still have same prob then ya u might want to consider a new ati card
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This is random but I remember when I had pixelated images in my browser and someone said I should press shift+a over the image. I think the pixelation is to speed the browser loading times etc...
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