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Screen refresh is "jerky" when scrolling

I have tried searching for a driver that works. This monitor was included with a desktop from dell. It's fine until I start scrolling, then it really hesitates. I even tried messing with the setting to no avail (contrast, brightness, etc...) couldn't find a control for refresh rate. thanks, jp

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  • dgruther Oct 16, 2008

    same issue my monitor is a e177fp from dell

  • Anonymous Mar 30, 2014

    when i try to scroll up or down,the scrolling won't stop, it just keeps scrolling.it does this whether i use the mouse or the up down keys. I have a Dell.

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The refresh rate for LCDs is 60 MHZ, your problem is very likly a video card driver issue. Unless you've changed the cards you should be able to download the correct driver direct from support.dell.com.

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