I recently built my new gaming rig around 4 months ago and all has been running well. I was running 2 screens Dell 19inch monitor and a samsung 26inch monitor. However I grew tired of the 26inch one and wanted a 1080p monitor so I bought a 24inch 1080p monitor to put next to my 19inch dell. However the problem I have is when im running games in full screen mode mroe or less instantly im getting
"Windows 7 has Detected your computer is running slow. Do you want to disable areo to improve performance
"Change the colour scheme to basic"
"Keep The current"
"Keep current dont ask me again"
Now I have pressed keep the current however when I restart my computer it will just keep asking me. I have tryed to play in windowed mode and this error is gone but however I want to play in full screen mode. My computer should be able to run these sort of things, speccs posted below
Hi guys recently ive just changed one of my 26inch monitors for a new 24inch 1080p monitor because I wanted a clearer picture for my games my current setup at the moment is as follow
GTX 560 TI TWIN FRZR II
I5 2500K Stock
24 INCH 1080P Monitor
19 INCH 1280X1024 Monitor
Now when ever im in a full screen game I keep getting tabbed out and this bloody error pops up without fail on every single game ive played so far
World of warcraft
I shouldnt be having performance issues with my specc definatly not with windows areo. Here is the error I am getting and my processes that are running when this error occured in dirt 3. However what I dont understand is this doesnt happen in window mode. :S
...if this is always happening when running the same program, then it might have compatibility problems with the Aero theme. To disable Aero while running that application, modify the Properties of its executable to "Disable desktop composition" :
I play a variety of games and never had to turn Aero off, but I don't know if there's another Win7 service that's "auto-tuning" these settings for me. /shrug
I've never needed to disable Aero to see if I'd get an FPS boost, so I can't answer that, sorry. So far everything seems to run about the same as WinXP.
As for that error, I think I saw it once before. In my case, an app went out of control and used all my RAM and CPU. The error went away when I stopped using the app, so I never bothered narrowing it down.