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Windows 7: Aero - Flickers

07 Dec 2009   #1
quentinjs

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Aero - Flickers

When I hover the mouse along the task bar, the windows all show for a moment then go away. It will be working fine and then thhis problem happens, and makes it hard to work as I have a lot of stuff going on, so each program will probably have 3-4 windows each. And there is no time to get the mouse up on the windows n click to get them to open.

What is also very werd is that it started to behave again, it just went away when I closed a "help" window. And is working again.

This is very frustrating, anyone know why this happens?


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07 Dec 2009   #2
zigzag3143

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by quentinjs View Post
When I hover the mouse along the task bar, the windows all show for a moment then go away. It will be working fine and then thhis problem happens, and makes it hard to work as I have a lot of stuff going on, so each program will probably have 3-4 windows each. And there is no time to get the mouse up on the windows n click to get them to open.

What is also very werd is that it started to behave again, it just went away when I closed a "help" window. And is working again.

This is very frustrating, anyone know why this happens?

Hi and welcome

Im having a hard time understanding. can you use prtscreen to make a screenshot and upload it to us? to upload attach the screen grab to the paperclip shaped icon on the reply form


Thanks

Ken J+
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