[QUOTE=Liggy;2065636]Even with XP running an IE6 at work everything looks fine here.
Without running network traces on your PC (which is way too much work anyway) I have no idea how we could find out what’s going wrong. :([/QUOTE]
Well, thanks for your input on this matter… it’s much appreciated even though we weren’t able to solve the issue. It’s very strange, I was able to reproduce the problem on 3 entirely different systems. One system which is based on an nForce2 chipset, another with nForce 4 chipset, and lastly… an ancient KT266A VIA chipset. All systems use dedicated graphics based on Nvidia GeForce chips. All 3 systems are AMD based processors.
I even tried switching my desktop resolution from 1280 X 1024 85Hz to 1600 X 1200 75Hz and it made no difference. I’ll also add that all three systems are using a variety of nVidia display drivers… to be more specific, versions range from the 7x.xx series on one machine, 9x.xx on another, and 17x.xx on another.
I really don’t know what else to try.