After installing Windows 7, I have this problem.

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  1. awaisuk

    awaisuk New Member

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    After installing Windows 7, I have this problem.



    Screen is stuttering when I close the window.

    I have nVidia 9600M GS video card, and I have installed the latest driver.

    Any help?
     
    #1 awaisuk, Nov 12, 2009
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  2. tblount

    tblount New Member

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    Graphics drives need to be updated. They still may be tring to fix this.. my updates install ne graphics drivers.
     
  3. awaisuk

    awaisuk New Member

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    I have the latest drivers...still no fix.
     
  4. tblount

    tblount New Member

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    Are you sure it's actually using them? I've upgraded drivers and kept getting error messages in Event Viewer \custom administrative log and it mentioned the file name. I searched for it and found two.. the older one where windows loads the from in system32/drivers folder and the new driver was left hanging out in a filerepository folder by the install process. When I copied over the newer driver it was fixed.
     
  5. reghakr

    reghakr Excellent Member

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    Did you get the drivers directly from Nvidia's site?
     
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    awaisuk New Member

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    Yes, that didn't fix anything so I got the latest ones from laptopvideo2go and that didn't fix aswell.
     
  7. reghakr

    reghakr Excellent Member

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    You could try un-installing the Nvidia driver from Programs and Features, then restart and Windows will install it own Microsoft WDDM driver.

    Just an option.
     

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