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Window slowly rolls down when closed.

Why does the window slowly roll down to close as opposed to simply closing immediately and going away? It use to do that but now it rolls away. Any ideas? - - Terry

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  • corvair2 Aug 19, 2008

    Saigua,

    What are you talking about with roller skates, orders, trays, root beers and burgers? It makes no sense.

    My problem is when I have a window up, any window, like this one and I close it, sometimes it rolls down slowly to close as opposed to closing immediately. I don't know what an OSD is.

    --- Terry

  • corvair2 Aug 19, 2008

    By the way Saigua,

    I wanted to give you benefit of the doubt but my first impression was right, I guess.

    I don't need to be told what drive-in restaurants are only to try to understand why you used that as a lame analogy. I was asking an honest question as I am NOT ashamed to admit that I am not as computer literate as many people. Also, a week ago I had a Dell flat screen that burned out and I had an extra Gateway screen I am using temporarily. I would not have bought this screen, even I know the difference.

    I am sorry if I did not meet your expectations of having something "honestly broken" and if I ask another question, I will try my best to put it in the right ****** catagory. This is the first time I ever used this site and I am unimpressed with your condescending bovine referenced answer. Please continue to try to impress other people and I will look for my own answers.

    Thanks anyway. - - - Terry

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It's seems your pc got to much junks or spyware in your system... need to cleaned out your browsing history, temporary internet files or scanned with virus software... Have a nice day!

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