Question about Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
With XP When I scroll a page the screen changes like a small wave moving vertically. This is very disconcerting. I have tried all the settings I can think of. The only way I can chage it is to set the hardware acceleration to full slow, then if I play videos etc. the image is jerky.
What am I missing?
Seems like a problem with the video card driver. Can you check if Windows is using "Standard VGA Driver" video? (Right click the My Computer Icon, select Properties - Hardware - Device Manager - 2x Click Display Adapter.) If you can identify the video card/chip of your computer (Example Nvidia or ATI), you may need to get the appropriate drivers to optimize your display.
Posted on Oct 10, 2008
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