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IE 9 not refreshes on screen

Posted on 2011-09-14
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I'm developing Web application in VisualStudio 2008, OS Windows 7 64 bit.
When running app on IE8 or Firefox I have no problem. IE 9 has event fired but page does not refres with values.
Attached prototype sample of webpage with DropDownList and Label
When selecting any value In Dropdown label must show text selected.
When looking on view source changed value is reflected in rendered html but not on screen.
Thanks in advance Default.aspx  Default.aspx.cs

Thanks in advance
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This has been resolve. There were interference of video card hardware acceleration and IE 9.
Checked  Use software rendering instead of GPU rendering under In Tools->Internet Options -> Advance-> Accelerated Graphics.
This took care of a problem.
Same applied to Visual Studio 2010 (screen do not refresh after any action
Solution for VS2010 Tools-> Options->Environment->General un-check all check boxes under Visual experience.
New Laptop Dell Vostro 1540 i7 6gb ram and AMD Radeon HD 6630 video adapter.
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Solution was added as my comment
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