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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 12-03-2004, 06:55 PM - Thread Starter
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Hmm, how to begin. Well, I got my DFI mobo, put it in, and it wouldn't boot to windows. So I reinstalled windows cause the computer tech that I talked to said I wouldn't lose anything. I didn't reformat or anything, yet I still lost everything. I thought to myself, "No problem, I'll just load everything back from my backup disk." Unfortuneately, I had borrowed it out to a friend and he wrecked it. So now I have nothing, and I just finished getting my comp back up and running with the drivers i spent all night DLing, and I've encountered a problem. Everything I go into, whether it be here or microsoft works, or Adobe or anything, my computer scrolls really slow. Trying to move down a page gives me a headache cause it almost looks like it keeps refreshing over and over again, a line moves down the screen and everything moves up.
Could someone help me fix this?


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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 12-03-2004, 08:47 PM
 
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um have you got your vga drivers installed???

if so are they the orginal or modded try using the orginal if you are using the modded
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Wow, yep, I was using omega drivers, so i switched to regular, and then back to omega and now everything is cool. thx dude


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Wow, yep, I was using omega drivers, so i switched to regular, and then back to omega and now everything is cool. thx dude
Anytime you see that happen always check your GPU drivers... If you dont have ny installed and its running XP stock ones then you will see this stutter as you scroll.

Glad you sorted it... First time I encountered it it took me couple hours to figure it out.

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Anytime you see that happen always check your GPU drivers... If you dont have ny installed and its running XP stock ones then you will see this stutter as you scroll.

Glad you sorted it... First time I encountered it it took me couple hours to figure it out.
lol, but you didn't have this support base handing away answers.


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