|24 Sep 2012||#12|
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You need to use a browser that you can disable hardware acceleration.
Chrome doesn't feature a easy to find checkbox to turn it off that I know of.
Firefox does, along with IE
Gear menu for options > Internet options > Advanced tab >tick 'use software rendering instead of GPU rendering'
Options >advanced>general> untick 'use hardware acceleration when available'
OK out of it, browse and see what happens....
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