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screen keeps jumping

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by sylvia,ann, Nov 8, 2007.

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  1. sylvia,ann

    sylvia,ann Thread Starter

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    wonder if anyone has any ideas please
    when i am working in Ie i can be reading something and all of a suden my screen just goes to bottom of page before i have read it all this has been happening for about a week tried restore but that not helped i am on windows Xp any ideas please as it is annoying
    thanks
     
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    Is this just in IE or are other applications affected?

    Also, how do you the the screen "back up" so you can read it normally?
     
  3. sylvia,ann

    sylvia,ann Thread Starter

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    it seems to happen just in IE never had it happen before
    tried doing the system testore but it hasnt helped
    even when i try to keep the mouse on the page to read the screen still rolls
     
  4. TheCube

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    To be honest, i'm not sure but may be worth giving Firefox a try...
     
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