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Mouse, cursor and scrolling problems

I have had a new hard drive fitted and now when I rotate my mouse wheel instead of the whole page moving up or down only a small part of the sceen moves like a ripple effect. Also, when I click on the scroll cursor I can only move the page as fast as it takes the rippling page to move. The issue is nothing to do with settings as I have altered all these - is it something to do with the display?

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HI TRY CHANGING DISPLAY SETTING IF YOU THING IT THE DISPLAY 

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