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slow website rendering (2d), but 3d games look good

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I have problem with smooth website rendering, both in google chrome and firefox.

 

 

Websites are loading slowly, scrolling websites with many images is below hd radeon 6320 capabilities (integrated with AMD e-450 CPU).  It looks like under VGA driver.

 

 

Scrolling and loading websites with few images is ok.

 

 

It looks like webbrowsers don't use installed GPU driver.

 

 

Quite interesting is that 3D games are working correctly, without any problems.

 

 

So I assume that 3D rendering is OK, but 2D rendering is messed up. 

 

 

I've used drivers from official HP website without any improvement, then I used drivers from official AMD website, without ay improvement too.

 

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On the Chrome address bar, type:

 

chrome://flags/

 

 

And look for options that disable the 2D acceleration .

 

 

On the Firefox address bar, type:

 

 

about:config

 

 

Type "2d" in the search box so as to list the relevant options.

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Thank you for your response.

 

Unfortunately chrome and firefox are set to use 2D GPU acceleration.

 

I've tried fresh windows 7, and windows 8 installs (yes I have original copies) without any luck.

 

 

 

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How many AMD GPUs do you have on your system?

 

On the commandline:

 

$> devmgmt.msc

 

Look for the video adapters and tell me how many GPUs are listed.

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One single GPU:

 

 

AMD Radeon HD 6320 Graphics

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My mistake, 3d games don't work good too.

 

 

Windows 7 GUI works perfectly fast.

 

 

Webrowsers aren't working correctly, 3d aren't working correclty, like ther was no hardware acceleration.

 

 

I don't belive that 3 year old laptop cannot handle simple webrowsing?

 

 

Temperatures are ok, I've cleaned cooling system, applied thermal paste.

 

 

any advice

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