Ripple on Screen

  mcheathen 15:57 08 Jan 2010

Whenever I scroll down I get this ripple effect on my screen. I find it irritating. So how can it be avoided?

  Technotiger 16:12 08 Jan 2010

Not sure if this will sort it but,

Right-click on Desktop, then go to Properties>Settings>Advanced and under the Monitor Tab adjust Screen refresh rate, then Apply and OK out.

If that makes no difference, follow the above but instead of Monitor tab, click on the General tab and then try a different DPI Setting, then Apply and OK out.

  Technotiger 16:13 08 Jan 2010

If neither of the above work, reset them to as-they-were.

  Graphicool1 17:48 08 Jan 2010

How long has it been doing it? If it's a relatively recent thing, you could try a 'System Restore' to before it started.
Click on 'My Computer'
Right click C: (your OS drive)
In menu click 'Properties'
Click the 'Tools' tab
Under 'Error Checking' click 'Check Now'
click the box next to...
'Automatically Fix File System Errors'
Click 'Start'
A notice will say it can't do it until the next time you boot. Click 'Yes' and reboot

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