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Ever since they re-did NASCAR.com I'm getting a blank white space in the middle of the page where all the news items used to be. I thought maybe it was something with Firefox so I tried the site with Internet Explorer and I keep getting a blank white space. My laptop was recently cleaned after it had a virus about a month ago so maybe I don't have some extentions and what not? Anyone else having this problem or is it just me? Any suggestions about what the problem might be if it is just me would be appreciated. No bars pop-up on the top of the screen telling me about missing plugins so I'm not sure what the problem is.
 

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JJ48Fan said:
Ever since they re-did NASCAR.com I'm getting a blank white space in the middle of the page where all the news items used to be. I thought maybe it was something with Firefox so I tried the site with Internet Explorer and I keep getting a blank white space. My laptop was recently cleaned after it had a virus about a month ago so maybe I don't have some extentions and what not? Anyone else having this problem or is it just me? Any suggestions about what the problem might be if it is just me would be appreciated. No bars pop-up on the top of the screen telling me about missing plugins so I'm not sure what the problem is.
first off get rid of firefox, it is not safer it flat out sux

2nd off-make sure your Internet explorer is totally updated

3rd reason, how old is your laptop? This is my beef with laptops, parts become defective and the older they get the vid cards are flat out junk and simply wont show some internet sites. My bet is its just getting old and you will see this more and more often. the more advanced sites get the more laptops wont work correctly.
 

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Being that the problem is on both browsers I don't see how Firefox can be the issue. Internet Explorer version is 7.0. The laptop is from 2004. I'm still thinking it's a problem coming from when they reset Windows and they didn't install something that is causing this to be the problem. My graphics card can't be updated either and there is a newer version of it out so my guess is they just put the default settings on and I have to get the CD up here for my graphics card and update it via the disk.
 

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Hmm I just went on the Macromedia website and checked my version and I have Adobe Flash Player Version 9,0,28,0. I don't know enough about them to know if that's the most recent or not.
 
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