Well that's about the same scenario as when I have a large Excel and
PowerPoint open at the same time.
Try using less apps while you are browsing... my initial reaction or thought
was low system resources and I stand by that ...
Especially if you have a lot of applications open when you are browsing....
Behalf Of Mike Breiding - Morgantown WV
Sent: Thursday, September 30, 2010 2:59 AM
Subject: Re: [NTO] IE 8 display problems
> Another option might be to update your graphics driver....
> It honestly looks like whatever is happening its too much for the system
> looks like lack of resources.
> This type of thing happens when I have large Excel Files and Power Point
> open at the same time (doing reports and adding my charts and tables from
> Excel to PPT)I run into system resource issues and have to reboot.
> Its possible whatever updates or changes in IE when you updated to V8
> be just too much for your system or may require an upgrade in your video
> card or its drivers....
> I'd check Toshiba's support site to see if there are updated drivers
> Not sure how old the computer is but if its older than 4 years old I would
> bet (and I never bet higher than 25¢) I'd bet that quarter than IE8 may
> require more resources than your system has available.
> Especially if you can reboot and/or also clear cache and it resolves the
> issue 'temporarily'.
> Another option is to set up IE to empty the cache each time the browser is
> closed..... It used to be an option in Internet Explorer I'm not sure if
> is still there.
The laptop is only a year old.
And, I did no have the problem until I upgraded to IE 8.
I will check for updates at Toshiba's site.
It may just be I am taxing the system too much. I have had my space
cluttered a bit lately with lots of open apps and large files.
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