Solved Certain websites only open up half screen and won't scroll

February 10, 2017 at 08:29:07
Specs: Windows 7
When I open the LinkedIn website in Chrome it will only display the top of the website. Same thing happens in IE and Firefox. All other websites open normally.

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February 10, 2017 at 11:13:29
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February 12, 2017 at 18:13:45
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When I use my laptop computer it only paints the top of the page and then stops.This website works for me on other computers using the same home wi-fi connection. I've tried it with Firefox, IE and Chrome with same results. I cleared all cookies, removed all browser plug-in and still get the same results. I'm running Windows 8 so I created another Windows 8 profile and that didn't help. I feel it is something to do with my specific computer - not the browser.

Any suggestions would be appreciated!

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February 13, 2017 at 06:30:45
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I don't know what this is but two possibilities spring to mind. Firstly it could be a problem with networking on the computer because pages load from the top down. The other possibility is a display adapter issue.

Have a look in "Device Manager" and see if there are any errors showing on either of these devices (ie. the Network Adapter you are using or the Display Adapter). Errors usually show a small yellow or red icon.

You could try right clicking each item and selecting Update Driver Software which sometimes fixes issues.

If that doesn't help, with the Network Adapter you could select Uninstall. In Device Manager it simply unhooks the software which is re-instated (new hardware found) when you restart the computer. If it asks whether you wish to remove "software" don't let it but general warnings can be disregarded.

If none of the above helps do a network speed test and let us have the results for "downloading". This one will do:

For comparison purposes it would be worth doing the same speed test on one of your other devices - small variations are normal.

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