Displaying images Hogs CPU

Discussion in 'Internet Explorer' started by Lee Seidel, Nov 24, 2006.

  1. Lee Seidel

    Lee Seidel Guest

    eI have noticed when I display an image on a web page that IE 7 pegs the CPU
    for anywher from 10-120 seconds. IE6 does not have this behavoir.

    I am accessing an asp .net 2.0 page that takes an image an using the .net
    2.0 image control displays the image to the user. No matter what size I
    display the picture (actual size of 1280x960 or small size of 160x120) the
    CPU pegs...

    Any ideas?
     
    Lee Seidel, Nov 24, 2006
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    Lyle Guest

    What i would sugest is test it out in safe mode with networking and try and
    recreate the issue (tapping F8 on start up than safe mode with networking).
    that would probly be my first step to determine what the issue is.
     
    Lyle, Nov 25, 2006
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  3. Lee Seidel

    Lee Seidel Guest

    Thanks for the feedback but it did not help. Simply reverting to IE6 solves
    the issue.

    I really don't have time to debug an issue with IE7. This issue is not
    found in any other browser and was not there in IE6.

    It is easy to replicate so the IE7 fix-up team (I am assuming there is one
    by the number of IE7 issues posted here) simply needs to display an image (I
    uses 1280x960 images) via a .net 2.0 image control and watch the cpu spike.
     
    Lee Seidel, Nov 27, 2006
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    Zilbandy Guest

    I heard that the fix-up team is on vacation this week. He'll be back
    on Dec. 4th. :)
     
    Zilbandy, Nov 27, 2006
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