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My monitor has a horrible lag

When ever i scroll down from page to page either on the internet or on applications such as word documents, my monitor does not scroll smoothly, but rather jumps screens. For example, when you grab the scroll bar on the right side of internet pages and pull down, it should scroll smoothly as you go down the page. My monitor jumps from page to page very slowly, and is not a smooth transition. It is quite annoying. Please help!

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Re: my monitor has a horrible lag

Actually that sound like a driver problem. Update your driver and video card. Happy hunting.

Posted on Dec 27, 2007

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Re: my monitor has a horrible lag

Your monitor should have a reasonable to good refresh rate so I doubt it's at fault. It sounds as if you have another program running in the background which is slowing your computer down. Press the keys CTRL. ALT and DELETE at the same time and have a look to see what's running. Close down any programs you aren't using and see if that fixes things. Another problem could be a shortage of memory. I'd recommend no less than 512 Megabytes or ram with Windows XP. If you could give me more info as to which operating system you're using, how fast is the CPU and how much memory etc it would be easier to diagnose. One last thing, you could have a virus and it's chewing up memory. Do you have an up to date virus checker? If not install AVG. it's completely free and available on the net. While you're at it install a spyhunter program and malware checker. There's some weird rogue nasties crawling all over the net. You could've even installed a nasty along with a freebie program you got off the net. BMW

Posted on May 31, 2006

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