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    Squeezing graphics (IE 6.0.2800)

    REG-CLEAN S8G9Z220030214104359
    I'm fighting a problem in Internet Explorer - I've reinstalled everything in the computer, scandisked, defragged,
    checked scanreg, and still have an intermittent problem with graphics (I've also renewed and upgraded/updated Viper V770D Ultra
    accelerator card driver).
    Can anyone tell me what this number stands for? It still comes up everytime I click on "RegClean" - the little program
    that Microsoft provides. The message that comes up after I run it, is "UNDO" and this long number. I usually delete it,
    but now notice that it is always the same, time after time, so I apparently haven't solved the problem.
    Internet Explorer will crunch graphics (bmps, gifs) into the left upper corner, regardless of the size of the image, then,
    locks up when I try to delete it. Going to Ctrl-Alt-Delete shuts down the computer for a restart.
    Sorry to write a book about this, but I'm really stumped at this point. Hope somebody can help

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    Re: Squeezing graphics (IE 6.0.2800)

    Which operating system are you using regclean with (and version of regclean?) If your OS is XP use Regcleaner
    You perhaps have a program that is consitently rewriting bad data to the registry. Do a search for undo*.reg How many files do you have? If I am reading the string correctly (S8G9Z220030214104359) it appears that the undoS8G9Z220030214104359.reg is from February 14, 2003. When you find UNDOS8G9Z220030214104359.reg (do not double-click the file) - instead right-click and select edit then copy and paste file here.

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    Re: Squeezing graphics (IE 6.0.2800)

    Thanks for the reply. I'm using Win98SE, and RegClean version 4.1. Here's the copy and paste:
    REGEDIT4

    ; Double click on this file from Explorer to automatically
    ; undo these deletions or modifications and return the values to the registry.


    ; - Modified or removed by RegClean 4.1-a (7364.0001) from computer: S8G9Z2
    ; on Monday, February 17, 2003 19:24:58

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    I hope you can make some sense out of this mess - and thanks again for the help.
    P.S. This one is still on my desktop, waiting for your instructions.

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    Re: Squeezing graphics (IE 6.0.2800)

    I do not think that regclean had anything to do with your crucnched graphics problem - why do you think that regclean may be the culprit? I am wondering if perhaps you should boot up in safe mode (press F8 key after memory run and before windows splash screen.) Go to device manager - click on view hidden devices - and remove all video card references - then reboot and reinstall the video driver.
    Other Questions:
    1. What is your monitor refresh rate set at?
    2. Do you use any color profiles?

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    Re: Squeezing graphics (IE 6.0.2800)

    I didn't mean to "accuse" the RegClean number of anything - I just wanted to know if it gave anyone a clue to what was
    happening. I've done what you suggested, and everything came back the same way, so I'm guessing that the driver and
    other stuff was OK. I'm not smart about the monitor. I saw something that says 85Hz - it's in the manual settings display
    on the Gateway Monitor - Is that it? As far as a color profile, I didn't do anything to change the default, so I'm guessing
    it's still the default profile, if there is such a thing. The only thing I've changed in the Monitor is to turn down the brightness
    a bit.
    I do some graphic stuff in Photoshop, and a CAD program - could they be doing something?
    PhotoShop is version 5.5, and the other program is called "myHouse", version 7.0 - - I've had them for years,and this
    problem is recent, and intermittent.......Hope this gives you a clue? Again, thanks for the reply.

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    Re: Squeezing graphics (IE 6.0.2800)

    I posted something on another tech site about the Adobe profile - I'll have to do a search for it - I'll get back with the info by tomorrow night.
    It would also be helpful to know what operating system you have?

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    Re: Squeezing graphics (IE 6.0.2800)

    I have Win98SE, and IE 6.
    I just remembered something else - it may not matter -
    I was having problems with McAfee popping up - and I had uninstalled it and replaced it long ago.
    Another tech here told me to put a minus sign in front of the registry entry for McAfee, which I did.
    McAfee simply added another "McAfee" folder.
    Could that have done anything weird? Just thought I would cover all bases.

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    Re: Squeezing graphics (IE 6.0.2800)

    No, that has nothing to do with it. What do you mean by, "then, locks up when I try to delete it." You cannot delete an image on a web page -- unless you have access to the .html file and the server!

    It sounds like you are describing nominal IE6 behavior. If you don't like it, go to 'Tools | Internet Options | Advanced tab', and remove the check from the box in front of "Enable Automatic Image Resizing".

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    Re: Squeezing graphics (IE 6.0.2800)

    By "deleting", I meant that I hit the X at top right of the window. I'm doing html coding and producing webpages using
    Internet Explorer.
    I've done the Internet Options that you mentioned, but it is still happening. I'm beginning to believe that I just have too many bitmap and gif images in the machine. It's still puzzling since I always get a "80%" free reading on the capacity.'
    I've offloaded a "ton" of images, but apparently that's not enough to calm this monster down.
    When it locks up, I have to Ctrl/Alt/Delete and clear it that way - then, the next time, the same "blocked" image will
    display normally. I had heard that 6.0 was full of bugs.........now, I believe it. Since it's not terminal (yet), I'll just
    muddle through. Thanks for all the help.

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    Re: Squeezing graphics (IE 6.0.2800)

    "By "deleting", I meant that I hit the X at top right of the window" what X are you selecting?
    Give us a screen shot of this X.

    Now running HP Pavilion a6528p, with Win7 64 Bit OS.

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    Re: Squeezing graphics (IE 6.0.2800)

    Here's the screen shot you asked for. This is Internet Explorer, NOT ON THE
    WEB. Hope this answers your question. For the record, the "X:" is in the
    upper right hand corner - that's what I'm "deleting" the graphics with.
    Maybe I should have said "closing" instead of deleting???

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    Re: Squeezing graphics (IE 6.0.2800)

    So, when you close the IE window that contains the image, then the computer 'freezes'.

    Are you looking at an HTML file with an embedded image (IMG tag), or are you looking at an image file (.gif, .jpg)? I assume you mean the latter.

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    Re: Squeezing graphics (IE 6.0.2800)

    Yes, 'Closing' rather than 'Deleting'. It appears you may have forgotton the attachment... <img src=/S/blush.gif border=0 alt=blush width=15 height=15>

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    Re: Squeezing graphics (IE 6.0.2800)

    No, I didn't forget it - I got a message that something "was temporarily not working" having to do with posting a screen shot.
    OK, I'll try this again:
    I creat 3D graphics in a CAD program that produces images that I convert to .gif s, then go to NOTEPAD to code them
    with .html, then, preview them in Internet Explorer. I have been doing this for four years, and only after installing IE-6 did I
    start having this problem. Let's say I'm displaying a 500 pixel by 200 pixel image. Intermittently, Internet Explorer will
    squash this grapic into the left top corner to about 30 pixles by about 10 pixels. At this point, Internet Explorer will "freeze",
    "lock up", "stall", "stop working".......whatever name you put on it, the computer is locked up, and that's when I have to
    go to Ctrl/Alt/Delete to try to unlock it. This starts with trying to use the "X:" in the upper right hand corner - when that doesn't
    work (most often), it's on to Ctrl/Alt/Delete. I then get the usual screens "this program is not responding, blah, blah, blah.
    I click "End Task", closing down whatever is in there, down to Explorer and Systray. Sometimes, this works and I go on.
    Other times, the computer will go black and restart regardless of what I have done. I have done all the things listed in the
    other posts. I'm thinking of going back to 5.5..........I was warned about IE 6 being a piece of crap, but was told in the forums
    that others had installed it without any problems. That brings us up to date. BTW, the screen shot was just a picture of
    Internet Explorer with a graphic being displayed, so I wont bother trying to post that again. It's exactly like the one on your
    computer, the minus sign, the doublel-box, or single box, and the X. That's where we are at this point. Thanks for your
    patience...........I wish I had some left myself. <img src=/S/aflame.gif border=0 alt=aflame width=16 height=16>

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    Re: Squeezing graphics (IE 6.0.2800)

    Hi, Ray ~

    I certainly can empathize with your frustration - everything seems to be moving along fine, you apply an alleged improvement in the name of increased functionality, then it all goes to pot! <img src=/S/laugh.gif border=0 alt=laugh width=15 height=15>

    Let me try to get this straight - you are saying that this image problem is not occurring with images on the web, per se, but rather with images you are in fact creating and then coding for browser viewing, is this correct?

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