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We have disabled buffering in the App Options, and have double-checked and the problem exists on our old IIS 5 server as well.
The result for the user is this: When you pull up a page on the site you get a blank page until the site is fully downloaded, then it renders instantly on the browser. If there are lots of images (we're e-commerce and have pages with multiple product shots) some of them will not finalize until after this first rendering.
For people on dialup this does not produce an acceptable experience. Any ideas? We're going back through our ASP.Net code to look for any response.buffer=true lines.
Another thing I just thought of - is all your content inside 1 big table? I believe browsers won't render a table until the </table>. If you are using a table perhaps you should try without and see if it's working then.