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Windows 7: Vibration

24 Jun 2009   #1

winXP
 
 
Vibration

I`ve just installed win 7 couple day ago, and I`ve noticed some vibration on desktop, let say if I open bookmarks menu it stays on 2-3 seconds and disappear, and also with renaming, it resets itself before i finish typing...an so on. What can be that ??? It is annoying.

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24 Jun 2009   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate, Ubuntu
 
 

Maybe there's some hair stuck in the laser hole of your mouse, or you forgot to turn off the electric shaver ...
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24 Jun 2009   #3

winXP
 
 

are you that stupid ??? I am telling you some vibration like reseting is there....I cannot change resolution because the menu stays on just 1 second and disappear.
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24 Jun 2009   #4

Windows 8.1 Pro RTM x64
 
 

Was it a clean installation, or did you upgrade?
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24 Jun 2009   #5

winXP
 
 

it was clean installation on separate partition.
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24 Jun 2009   #6

Windows 7 x64 Ultimate
 
 

Actually the hair in your mouse was not a bad postulation. But also somthing else may be stealing focus randomly or at intervals. If you open an app does it lose focus by itself as well? Nothing stock should be doing that but possibly some app installed that has an overactive tray icon or something could do it. Or something up with mouse or keybpoard hardware or driver. Keybard or mouse LEDS don't blink or anything unexpectedly?
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24 Jun 2009   #7

Windows 7 Ultimate, Ubuntu
 
 

Despite your dismissing my genuine attempt to offer a possibility (plus some lame humour thrown in), I'm going to persevere.

It may help us all if you first filled out you system specs so stuff like GPU/CPU/Drivers might give us some clues.

I have had something like this happen to me and I very much doubt it has anything to do with your windows install. Is it just happening just in some programs?, have you tried the great Microsoft fix (re-boot!), are your video card drivers up-to-date and designed for Windows 7, mouse drivers?), did this effect happen as soon as you installed - or did it appear later, install anything just before the problem arose? (try a system restore) ~ in other words - more information please!
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24 Jun 2009   #8

Win7 x64
 
 

It sounds like inadvertent mouse movement or a stuck key, but I might just be stupid too.
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24 Jun 2009   #9

Windows 7 Ultimate retail // Windows 7 build 7264 x64, Vista Home Premium SP2 x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by theo3000 View Post
It sounds like inadvertent mouse movement or a stuck key, but I might just be stupid too.
He only called the other guy stupid because he thought the guy was being sarcastic, and didn't realize that charlesKane was actually giving advice. We don't need to give danzack a bunch of trouble for a mistake
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24 Jun 2009   #10

Windows 7 Ultimate x64, Mint 9
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by grouchpunk08 View Post
He only called the other guy stupid because he thought the guy was being sarcastic, and didn't realize that charlesKane was actually giving advice. We don't need to give danzack a bunch of trouble for a mistake
Not really, but we try to have fun here.

Welcome to the Forums danzack!

Can you describe the vibration? I sort of thought it was a physical one, like the case vibrating when you put in a CD, or the whole desk shaking. But this seems to be a graphics thing. Is it just the mouse that shakes? The entire screen? Random icons? Can you give a better description of the problem please?

~Lordbob
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