XP display problem

noelist's Avatar, Join Date: Jul 2011
Newbie Member
I'm not an expert, just miffed:-

when I browse the internet, the sites I visit do not display properly.

ie., at google the logo does not appear, also bbc web page has buttons missing which are there on other computers I use.

web pages appear always with plain white background.

any help to remedy this would be greatly appreciated.

thanks in advance.
noelist's Avatar, Join Date: Jul 2011
Newbie Member
I just ran "speccy" and this is what it say's:-

Operating System
Analyzing...
CPU
AMD Sempron LE-1250
Sparta 65nm Technology
RAM
2.00 GB Single-Channel DDR2 @ 368MHz (5-5-5-18)
Motherboard
BIOSTAR Group N61PB-M2S (Socket AM2 ) 40 °C
Graphics
Philips 170C (1280x1024@60Hz)
128MB GeForce 6150SE nForce 430 (Biostar Microtech Int'l)
Hard Drives
39.1GB IC35L060AVV207-0 (PATA) 32 °C
Optical Drives
IDE DVD-ROM 16X
Audio
No audio card detected

But the microsoft "send error report" dialog box appeared so I sent and it closed the app, so ran it again and moved the error report out of the way to see the report, it does not finish finding the operating system and asks for internet access but closes on allowing it. ???
finedesignnyc's Avatar, Join Date: Jul 2011
Light Poster
What browser do you use, Internet Explorer, Firefox, Crome, etc? I would test with a different browser to see if the problem is with the current browser you are using.
jaydeee's Avatar, Join Date: Aug 2011
Go4Expert Member
If your internet connection speed is more than a dial up then I guess below ideas will help you:
1. Use Ccleaner to clean your system, this will also clean your browser's cache.
2. Use Avast as antivirus, scan your computer with it and and delete everything found.
3. Use Malwarebytes. this is an antimalware that really works for me.
hope it helps.
dinahcarry's Avatar
Go4Expert Member
I think update your browser to the latest version and also update the latest version of java script or check your internet status if the connection of your internet was good maybe in the cable of your connections