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Scroll pages they scroll in a wave pattern!!! Cann't play mobster

I just bought this computer it is a IBM T40 thinkpad,It seems when I go to a second page of a website it starts to scoll the page in a wave pattern,what do I do to fix this?

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It sounds like you need to upgrade your video driver. This is a common problem when computers run off the default Windows driver. Probably best to go to the IBM website and get the latest video driver for your model and follow their instructions.

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