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20-Sep-2008, 06:01 PM #1
Video won't stay fullscreen!
I'm not sure how to describe this, but my computer is "pulsing". When it does my cursor disappears and if I am in the middle of typing something it stops midstroke and I have to reset the cursor by clicking on the document/page. When this occurs, if I am watching streaming video fullscreen it minimizes, so I cannot watch streaming video now because the picture will not stay fullscreen for longer than 10-20 seconds. This just started happening yesterday.

Any ideas?
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20-Sep-2008, 06:50 PM #2
you have some type of application stealing the focus of the video. What items are running on your pc when this happens?
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20-Sep-2008, 09:22 PM #3
It does it even when I have nothing else running. Someone on another site said it's probably due to some kind of spyware, but I just ran a scan and it is still happening.

This is really frustrating. Do you have any suggestions?
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