very unique vista error ive never seen and cannot resolve myself

#1
The glitch has to do with my mouse pointer and doesnt happen on my [COLOR=#000080 ! important][COLOR=#000080 ! important]desktop[/color][/color] only on the web. My partial workaround is to set the [COLOR=#000080 ! important][COLOR=#000080 ! important]vista[/color][/color] aero beam icon to the beam_r icon, this helps but doesnt fix everything.



this is where it happens most on these types of pages with this various fonts and such.. whenever i pan over the left side over all the text my mouse pointer goes from normal to kinda of a garbled colorful circleish figure. It happens really quick then goes back to normal.. ie i move my pointer up and down over things and it switches back and forth from normal to garbled.. when i pan over on right white blank side all is ok. Also it happens on forums... ie if i click on a thread and attpempt to drag it(oviouslt u cant) i get the same thing. its as if the comps isnt able to make all the pointer transitions properly. sorry i horrible at articulating as english isnt my first language.

the transition looks like this for a split second then goes back to normal
specs are 8800gtx vista ultimate 64 4 gig crucial ballistix 2x 500gb

 


Celestra

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#2
Hi! Danny1189.... This is interesting, Have you tried another mouse? I thought of the mouse needing a new driver? Poor quality output-? Problem with another program or installation?
 


#3
Well it could be a number of things.
I noticed you were using Firefox, does it do it in IE also? That would be the 1st thing I looked into. Second thing, is there anything you can remember changing prior to this? Video card driver, sound card, etc.?
 


kemical

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#4
As the guys above state... More info would be beneficial. Could you list the hardware used and driver versions if applicable.. eg If this was happening to my mouse I could try another driver or flash the firmware but not all mice let you do this... Hence the need for further information... :D
 


U

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#5
THanks for the replys guys, Im using a logitech G9 the same thing happens with the G7 and a microsoft mx2000. Ive tried using opera aswell as ie and i get the same issue. I have tried using both windows drivers and logitech drivers. I didnt notice this issue pre sp1.. but upon installing a fresh install now i do still get them.. perhaps it was an update along the way??
 


U

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#6
Windows Vista ultimate 64 bit edition
Logitech g15 no software and software tried
g9 same as above
Intel Xbx2 bios 2831 latest..tried others aswell
LAN: Intel® PRO Network Connections Driver (11147KB)
13.0 5/6/2008

Chipset: Intel® Chipset Software Installation Utility for Intel® Desktop Boards (2451KB)
9.0.0.1007 4/14/2008 Download

sound: Installs the Windows* Vista integrated audio driver version 5713.1 for Intel® Desktop Boards with IDT* 9220, 9221, 9221D, 9223, 9227 or 9274D and a software application that allows you to configure your audio settings. (WHQL certified)

This driver includes the Intel® Audio Studio software.

Gpu: latest WHQL on nvidia website

I think u guys are on to something here.. Cause intel is constantly updating these drivers.. it must have been one of these along the way
 


#7
have you gone to Control Panel\Personalization\Mouse pointers and checked to make sure your set like this?
 


U

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#8
have you gone to Control PanelPersonalizationMouse pointers and checked to make sure your set like this?
ya man, its exatactly like that. Changing the beam to beam_r provides an 80 percent fix.. not complete
 


U

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#9
its they icon righter under this + one that when changed provides a minimal fix
 


Celestra

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#10
Sounds like a video card or video card driver problem to me. You might want to check it out.. Sorry... You haven't applied any Tweaks?
 


U

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#11
no, no tweaks at all...
 


U

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#12
bump bump bump bump
 


kemical

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#13
Have you checked to see if there's a 'user forum' for the mouse?

I had a quick check and it doesn't appear to be one. Here's the web site link though as you can send them an e-mail for support:
http://www.logitech.com/index.cfm/support_downloads/&cl=gb,en
 


Celestra

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#14
Hi Again, Check out your mouse. Truthfully though, a Microsoft update hasn't caused a mouse to give a display problem yet. I've heard of jumping around, and freezing, but no small swirl of colored dots constantly on the display. It may be some kind of interference http://blog.lyalin.com/search?q=red+lines+on+monitor from another program choking something off, perhaps. Actually it sounds a little like these people, most of them have XP's. Here's an interesting article: He works for Microsoft....
 


U

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Hi Again, Check out your mouse. Truthfully though, a Microsoft update hasn't caused a mouse to give a display problem yet. I've heard of jumping around, and freezing, but no small swirl of colored dots constantly on the display. It may be some kind of interference Lyalin Blog: Search results for red lines on monitor from another program choking something off, perhaps. Actually it sounds a little like these people, most of them have XP's. Here's an interesting article:
Yep i have tried several mice saitek logitech and microsoft all on fresh reformats.. The linky u gave me inst working so i coudlnt check that out. But when i load xp there is no errors at all. also the glitch isnt constant its only when i mouse gernerally fast over web material such as the screen shot i posted. Desktop is error free aswell..
 


#16
The more I think about this it sounds like a V/C driver to me.

Just my 2 cents
 


U

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#17
Have you checked to see if there's a 'user forum' for the mouse?

I had a quick check and it doesn't appear to be one. Here's the web site link though as you can send them an e-mail for support:
http://www.logitech.com/index.cfm/support_downloads/&cl=gb,en
ya i ringed up logitech support.. complete waste of time, they treat people like there absoulte morons.. some of the suggestions were ridiculous.. i especially laughed when they asked if my 975 chipset had usb 2.0??? :p
 


U

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#18
The more I think about this it sounds like a V/C driver to me.

Just my 2 cents
i have tried several to no avail... i even went back about a year still no dice... I do have a 1950xt laying around but taking the boat that is the 8800gtx outta my case is very difficult
 


Celestra

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#19
Yep i have tried several mice saitek logitech and microsoft all on fresh reformats.. The linky u gave me inst working so i coudlnt check that out. But when i load xp there is no errors at all. also the glitch isnt constant its only when i mouse gernerally fast over web material such as the screen shot i posted. Desktop is error free aswell..
Hi!! I had some problems with the link but I finally got it to work. Try it now!! If I didn't get a fix from anything related to the mouse, I'd check or replace my video drivers, then if necessary, test my video card. If that's OK, I'd maybe try replacing cable- like in the article. He said it got worse after time... See my article please.. (You might get rid of a program to see what happens 03hdfatboy's suggestion)
 


U

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Hi!! I had some problems with the link but I finally got it to work. Try it now!! If I didn't get a fix from anything related to the mouse, I'd check or replace my video drivers, then if necessary, test my video card. If that's OK, I'd maybe try replacing cable- like in the article. He said it got worse after time... See my article please.. (You might get rid of a program to see what happens 03hdfatboy's suggestion)
Excellent thanks\ you Celestra, Its working now and ill give it a read after work.. much thanks for your time aswell as the others who have takin the time to respond
 


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