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Just a few days ago I got a new Motherboard, CPU, and Video card. Got everything up and running, but now when im on the internet (Internet Explorer) and I scroll down the page is loading in sections. Kinda like a wave going down the screen. Or when when im moving a minimize window around its all jumpy. But if Im scrolling down in iTunes its perfect, but when I move the minimized window around its all laggy. I dont know if this is a Video Card problem, but it seems like it to me. Help would be appreciated, thanks in advance.
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post #2 of 6
latest drivers?
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Yeah, I got all the drivers for my motherboard, video card, and Windows XP... Anything else you can think of?
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I'm betting it is one of your driver/display settings that is causing this problem. Did you perform a complete videocard clean with Driver Cleaner Pro before installing the latest Forceware driver? Do you have your refresh rate all the way up and make sure the display is 32-bit color mode. What video driver are you using? Maybe you should reboot and try another.
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Ok, I seem to have found the problem. I went into Display Properties in Control Panel. Settings Tab > Advanced > Troubleshooting... and then dragged the Hardware acceleration all the way to 'None'. Its fixed, but I dont understand why my computer couldnt handle it being at 'Full' I personally think I have a good computer and confused why it couldnt handle it. Can anyone explain why?
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Originally Posted by Robotic
Ok, I seem to have found the problem. I went into Display Properties in Control Panel. Settings Tab > Advanced > Troubleshooting... and then dragged the Hardware acceleration all the way to 'None'. Its fixed, but I dont understand why my computer couldnt handle it being at 'Full' I personally think I have a good computer and confused why it couldnt handle it. Can anyone explain why?
It was definatly a GPU problem then. What you just did was turn off the GPU in Windows.
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