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I have the hp w1907 monitor ( lcd ) and whenI switch programs it flashes and freezes up programs untilI hti the task manager. I am running windows xp home on an hp pavillion m8400f with a nvidia gforce 8500 gt vid card in it, I am getting tired of having to refresh it with task manager and at all times I am not running ore than 30 processes. Please help this is a new computer it shouldnt be doing this.. I have downloaded the driver for this lcd and its not helping.

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    Graeme van Malsen May 11, 2010

    Hi, have you downloaded the latest nvidia drivers?

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I don't see how this can be a problem with your monitor. Your monitor is simply showing what is happening with your computer. I think the nvidea driver is probably at fault. Pls update with the latest version for your operating system.

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