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JQuery Cycle images do not have smooth transition in IE

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We are using a jquery cycle to rotate images on the home page of a website. However, there is not a smooth transition between images when viewing the page in multiple versions of Internet Explorer. The images are transitioning very choppy and slow. What might be causing this to happen in Internet Explorer only,  and how should I go about resolving the issue?
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Thank you for the fast response. Problem solved!
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