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Bottom of web pages missing


Grizzley

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Good day to all. Can someone help with a small problem. On sunday I re-installed windows 7home premium to my Medion desktop, after doing all re-installs I started noticing that webpages did not display correctly, leaving a big gap at bottom of page, I am unable to find a cause, please help. Win 7 home premium. internet explorer 9, 4gb memory.

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johndrew

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Do you mean there is a large gap between the lower edge of your screen and the lower edge of the browser window or a large gap between the lower edge of the web page and the lower edge of the browser window?

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Grizzley

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Thanks for reply much appreciated. gap is below webpage i beleive it is called. take facebook for instance open window, gap is between task bar and visible window, half of visible page is missing, discounting browser bar and header. Hope this helps. Thanks

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johndrew

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This is not a problem I have experienced or heard of before, but I have found this MS document which may help. I also saw this at the IU site which may be applicable.

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Grizzley

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Thank You. None of these help. I am going to re-do my system install and try again. Thanks for the help.

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