Yes I'm sure it's not your power supply
I'd say it would be fair to say it's probably a driver issue I noticed you
have an lcd and a Crt display it would be fair to assume the lcd display
would be running at about 60-75Hz if for example your Crt display is
running at around 85Hz then this may be causing some issues with your
display driver it maybe worth trying to lower the frequency of your Crt
display to 75Hz so it matches the frequency of your lcd display and it might
also help to set both displays to the same resolution.
Not sure if it will help but it's worth a try I guess
"John" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Thanks for the reply. I doubt it's the power supply as it's 450W average
> power. Also, the system functions perfectly in XP, and Vista is supposed
> to be better at performance!
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> "Will " <email@example.com> wrote in message
>> Have you also tried changing the srceen resolutions
>> "John" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>>> Hi all:
>>> I am running Vista Ultimate with Dual Monitors, and I get some funky
>>> behavior when I try to watch TV, especially if I try to use a small
>>> window so I can continue working. Watch the video here...
>>> I have a GeForce 7600 GT and the latest NVidia Drivers....If anyone
>>> knows what's going on please let me know.
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