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Internet window jumping.

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by lf042, Sep 2, 2004.

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  1. lf042

    lf042 Thread Starter

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    Hiya,

    Got my system fixed and found the correct drivers, thank goodness. only one problem now. my browser now jumps when i scroll up or down, it is really annoying, but i can't get it to stop doing it. any ideas? probably something really simple but i just have no idea.

    Thank you!
     
  2. lizard

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    Hi If042!

    1-Check to make sure you have the correct driver installed for your mouse.
    2-Check your mouse settings;
    Click 'Start', 'Settings', 'Control Panel'.
    Double Left-Click 'Mouse'.
    Check what it has for wheel behaviour.

    Hope it helps!

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  3. lf042

    lf042 Thread Starter

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    thank you! I will try that tonight!
     
  4. lf042

    lf042 Thread Starter

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    Hiya, that never worked :( any other ideas? thank you for your help
     
  5. osiecki

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    i made a thread like this called scroll lag and no one responded
     
  6. lizard

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    Hi osiecki! Sorry we missed that..I hope some of this helps

    Hi again If042!
    Sure I have ideas :) .. If it's not the mouse..maybe Explorer.
    The following fix should correct erratic Windows behaviour in Explorer and Internet Explorer.

    Click Start>Settings>Control Panel.
    Double left-click 'Add/Remove Programs'.
    Click the 'Install/Uninstall' Tab.
    Scroll down until you see 'Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 SP1 and Internet Tools' (your version of it).
    Select it.
    Click 'Add/Remove'.
    Select 'Repair Internet Explorer'.
    Click 'OK'.
    And maybe a reboot after that...

    That should do it..Hopefully :)
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