Incorrectly displaying webpages on chrome and edge


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    windows 10
       #1

    Incorrectly displaying webpages on chrome and edge


    I have freshly installed windows 10. Everything was OK but today I cannot use chrome anymore Incorrectly displaying webpages on chrome and edge-przechwytywanie.png and Edge browser has some issues as well Incorrectly displaying webpages on chrome and edge-przechwytywanie2.png.

    I even installed antivirus and scanned the whole disc but nothing found. Where's the problem?
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    Windows 10 Pro
       #2

    Hi,

    I have exactly the same issue with a user of mine.
    tldnr version - update the graphics driver.

    User is on a relatively new HP laptop with SSD, and Intel UHD Graphics 620.
    She was running Build 1809 Win 10 Pro 64 bit

    I tried:
    Uninstall and Reinstall Chrome
    Tried --disable-gpu switch - no effect
    Tried --force-dark-mode switch - no effect

    Thought it might be the graphics driver, looked for update via HP Support tool, no driver update (and images in other apps display fine)
    SFC /scannow - nothing found
    Updated JAVA - no effect
    Ran full AV scan (Windows Defender) - no issues found
    Old IE runs fine

    So I updated the users Build to 1903 - no effect, problem persists

    Ran a full ADW Cleaner scan - found some PUP's - cleaned, no effect on browser issue.

    Repaired and then reset Edge in App Settings - no effect
    Uninstalled Adobe Flash - no effect

    Saw a random forum comment from a non English speaker saying he had "updated the driver" (which driver would've saved us time)

    I had been using the HP Support Assistant update tool - which did not list a video driver update.
    I went to the HP Support page for this laptop and got a different driver for this Intel chipset - that fixed all issues.

    I should also note, that I initially installed Windows 10 via USB from a Microsoft ISO download, and just used the MS supplied generic UHD driver - it seems that video driver has some issue with displaying webpages properly.

    Live Long and Prosper!
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