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Anonymous
August 31, 2005 1:52:01 PM

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Hi! I downloaded updated drivers for my Nvidia GeForce 4000 per Nividias
instructions. After rebooting and resetting screen resolution all seems well
except trying to scroll down through pages. If I get on Yahoo using Firefox
or AOL using IE, the same thing happens: When I take my mouse pointer to the
down arrow to move the page down it acts very strange. Rather then the page
moving quickly, the page seems tp pulsate and move VERY slow. I know I can do
a "Roll back Driver" But I am hoping its just a setting that needs to be
changed! Running XP Home/SP2/1 gig ram/Pentium/80 Gig HD. All was well
before, but I was trying to use the new "Google Earth" and getting not so
great visual results. Hope someone can help! TIA, Bill
August 31, 2005 2:49:53 PM

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Bostonfan49 wrote:

> Hi! I downloaded updated drivers for my Nvidia GeForce 4000 per
> Nividias instructions. After rebooting and resetting screen resolution
> all seems well except trying to scroll down through pages. If I get on
> Yahoo using Firefox or AOL using IE, the same thing happens: When I
> take my mouse pointer to the down arrow to move the page down it acts
> very strange. Rather then the page moving quickly, the page seems tp
> pulsate and move VERY slow. I know I can do a "Roll back Driver" But I
> am hoping its just a setting that needs to be changed! Running XP
> Home/SP2/1 gig ram/Pentium/80 Gig HD. All was well before, but I was
> trying to use the new "Google Earth" and getting not so great visual
> results. Hope someone can help! TIA, Bill

Roll back the drivers to the ones that worked. How to Roll Back a Device
Driver - http://tinyurl.com/86yb6

Malke
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Elephant Boy Computers
www.elephantboycomputers.com
"Don't Panic!"
MS-MVP Windows - Shell/User
Anonymous
August 31, 2005 2:59:06 PM

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........thanks Malke, I was hoping it was just a setting change, but you think
I should do a roll back? Thanks, Bill

"Malke" wrote:

> Bostonfan49 wrote:
>
> > Hi! I downloaded updated drivers for my Nvidia GeForce 4000 per
> > Nividias instructions. After rebooting and resetting screen resolution
> > all seems well except trying to scroll down through pages. If I get on
> > Yahoo using Firefox or AOL using IE, the same thing happens: When I
> > take my mouse pointer to the down arrow to move the page down it acts
> > very strange. Rather then the page moving quickly, the page seems tp
> > pulsate and move VERY slow. I know I can do a "Roll back Driver" But I
> > am hoping its just a setting that needs to be changed! Running XP
> > Home/SP2/1 gig ram/Pentium/80 Gig HD. All was well before, but I was
> > trying to use the new "Google Earth" and getting not so great visual
> > results. Hope someone can help! TIA, Bill
>
> Roll back the drivers to the ones that worked. How to Roll Back a Device
> Driver - http://tinyurl.com/86yb6
>
> Malke
> --
> Elephant Boy Computers
> www.elephantboycomputers.com
> "Don't Panic!"
> MS-MVP Windows - Shell/User
>
August 31, 2005 4:58:03 PM

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Bostonfan49 wrote:

> .......thanks Malke, I was hoping it was just a setting change, but
> you think I should do a roll back? Thanks, Bill
>

Well, you have to understand that I can't see your computer from here
and I am going on what you've written. Why did you update your video
card drivers in the first place? If you were having problems, tell us
about them. If a new game required new drivers, tell us which game. If
you were just doing this because you thought you should even though the
computer was working fine, then in that case you should roll back the
drivers.

Malke
--
Elephant Boy Computers
www.elephantboycomputers.com
"Don't Panic!"
MS-MVP Windows - Shell/User
!