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Problem Scrolling - Very Jerky and Slow

C

Cal Bears Go

#1
I did an upgrade install of Vista Ultimate over XP Media Center. I had
several issues, but the most troublesome is with my mouse. I can no longer
scroll easily. On webpages, in Word, in Excel, in Notepad, when I attempt to
scroll down it seems to hang, then jumps forward. The side bar also is very
jerky and jumpy. I have a Logitech MX laser 1000. I've uninstalled the
software and reinstalled 3 times (they have new Vista software) to no avail.
I've now uninstalled it and am running it in embedded mode...no luck. I
tried using other mice...no luck. I've got 3 gigs of RAM and a 2.7 gighz
processor. My rating is 3.7, so it shouldn't be a hardware issue, but it
feels like it is...it's as if there are numerous very resource intensive
applications running and bogging it down (there aren't).
I called Microsoft and talked to someone in India that was no help whatsoever.

My Microsoft keyboard is also acting funny. When I tab or use the arrow,
the tab seems to lock and it darts from cell to cell until I hit the keyboard.

My computer is almost unusable at this point. I never, ever had a problem
with XP. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
 

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W

Warkworth

#2
Having the same difficulties...let me know if you solve the problem of jerky
scroll bar
--
Judy


"Cal Bears Go" wrote:

> I did an upgrade install of Vista Ultimate over XP Media Center. I had
> several issues, but the most troublesome is with my mouse. I can no longer
> scroll easily. On webpages, in Word, in Excel, in Notepad, when I attempt to
> scroll down it seems to hang, then jumps forward. The side bar also is very
> jerky and jumpy. I have a Logitech MX laser 1000. I've uninstalled the
> software and reinstalled 3 times (they have new Vista software) to no avail.
> I've now uninstalled it and am running it in embedded mode...no luck. I
> tried using other mice...no luck. I've got 3 gigs of RAM and a 2.7 gighz
> processor. My rating is 3.7, so it shouldn't be a hardware issue, but it
> feels like it is...it's as if there are numerous very resource intensive
> applications running and bogging it down (there aren't).
> I called Microsoft and talked to someone in India that was no help whatsoever.
>
> My Microsoft keyboard is also acting funny. When I tab or use the arrow,
> the tab seems to lock and it darts from cell to cell until I hit the keyboard.
>
> My computer is almost unusable at this point. I never, ever had a problem
> with XP. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
 

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R

Richard

#3
"Warkworth" wrote:

> Having the same difficulties...let me know if you solve the problem of jerky
> scroll bar
> --
> Judy
>
>
> "Cal Bears Go" wrote:
>
> > I did an upgrade install of Vista Ultimate over XP Media Center. I had
> > several issues, but the most troublesome is with my mouse. I can no longer
> > scroll easily. On webpages, in Word, in Excel, in Notepad, when I attempt to
> > scroll down it seems to hang, then jumps forward. The side bar also is very
> > jerky and jumpy. I have a Logitech MX laser 1000. I've uninstalled the
> > software and reinstalled 3 times (they have new Vista software) to no avail.
> > I've now uninstalled it and am running it in embedded mode...no luck. I
> > tried using other mice...no luck. I've got 3 gigs of RAM and a 2.7 gighz
> > processor. My rating is 3.7, so it shouldn't be a hardware issue, but it
> > feels like it is...it's as if there are numerous very resource intensive
> > applications running and bogging it down (there aren't).
> > I called Microsoft and talked to someone in India that was no help whatsoever.
> >
> > My Microsoft keyboard is also acting funny. When I tab or use the arrow,
> > the tab seems to lock and it darts from cell to cell until I hit the keyboard.
> >
> > My computer is almost unusable at this point. I never, ever had a problem
> > with XP. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
 

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Mark Maylon

#4
That my friend sounds like a display driver problem . I suggest you update
to the newest drivers availible for your machine. If you can post your pc's
specs we can tell you which to get or further assist in this problem.




"Richard" <Richard@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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>
>
> "Warkworth" wrote:
>
>> Having the same difficulties...let me know if you solve the problem of
>> jerky
>> scroll bar
>> --
>> Judy
>>
>>
>> "Cal Bears Go" wrote:
>>
>> > I did an upgrade install of Vista Ultimate over XP Media Center. I had
>> > several issues, but the most troublesome is with my mouse. I can no
>> > longer
>> > scroll easily. On webpages, in Word, in Excel, in Notepad, when I
>> > attempt to
>> > scroll down it seems to hang, then jumps forward. The side bar also is
>> > very
>> > jerky and jumpy. I have a Logitech MX laser 1000. I've uninstalled
>> > the
>> > software and reinstalled 3 times (they have new Vista software) to no
>> > avail.
>> > I've now uninstalled it and am running it in embedded mode...no luck.
>> > I
>> > tried using other mice...no luck. I've got 3 gigs of RAM and a 2.7
>> > gighz
>> > processor. My rating is 3.7, so it shouldn't be a hardware issue, but
>> > it
>> > feels like it is...it's as if there are numerous very resource
>> > intensive
>> > applications running and bogging it down (there aren't).
>> > I called Microsoft and talked to someone in India that was no help
>> > whatsoever.
>> >
>> > My Microsoft keyboard is also acting funny. When I tab or use the
>> > arrow,
>> > the tab seems to lock and it darts from cell to cell until I hit the
>> > keyboard.
>> >
>> > My computer is almost unusable at this point. I never, ever had a
>> > problem
>> > with XP. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
 

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mikeyhsd

#5
try reversing the box in IE properties option for SMOOTH scroll. if checked, uncheck it or other way around.

might also check for newer display drivers.



mikeyhsd@comcast.net



"Richard" <Richard@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:DDB9CE23-5B44-41F9-845D-9BF6C881C434@microsoft.com...


"Warkworth" wrote:

> Having the same difficulties...let me know if you solve the problem of jerky
> scroll bar
> --
> Judy
>
>
> "Cal Bears Go" wrote:
>
> > I did an upgrade install of Vista Ultimate over XP Media Center. I had
> > several issues, but the most troublesome is with my mouse. I can no longer
> > scroll easily. On webpages, in Word, in Excel, in Notepad, when I attempt to
> > scroll down it seems to hang, then jumps forward. The side bar also is very
> > jerky and jumpy. I have a Logitech MX laser 1000. I've uninstalled the
> > software and reinstalled 3 times (they have new Vista software) to no avail.
> > I've now uninstalled it and am running it in embedded mode...no luck. I
> > tried using other mice...no luck. I've got 3 gigs of RAM and a 2.7 gighz
> > processor. My rating is 3.7, so it shouldn't be a hardware issue, but it
> > feels like it is...it's as if there are numerous very resource intensive
> > applications running and bogging it down (there aren't).
> > I called Microsoft and talked to someone in India that was no help whatsoever.
> >
> > My Microsoft keyboard is also acting funny. When I tab or use the arrow,
> > the tab seems to lock and it darts from cell to cell until I hit the keyboard.
> >
> > My computer is almost unusable at this point. I never, ever had a problem
> > with XP. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
 

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zoryn

New Member
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#6
I also have this problem. I have a GeForce 660GT, and I'm using the latest drivers from nvidia (ForceWare 158.18 for vista 64).
The problem gets even worse if I do the "press the wheel down, drag mouse" scroll.
 

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Warkworth

#7
Scrolling problem solved - installed the HP mouse that came with the computer
instead of the optical mouse; however, just installed the Logitech cordless
click optical mouse and no problem with this mouse either. Hope this helps!
Good luck!
Previously went to logitech website to download updates for the type of
mouse I had...didn't work...but advised to use Hp mouse.
--
Judy


"Mark Maylon" wrote:

> That my friend sounds like a display driver problem . I suggest you update
> to the newest drivers availible for your machine. If you can post your pc's
> specs we can tell you which to get or further assist in this problem.
>
>
>
>
> "Richard" <Richard@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:DDB9CE23-5B44-41F9-845D-9BF6C881C434@microsoft.com...
> >
> >
> > "Warkworth" wrote:
> >
> >> Having the same difficulties...let me know if you solve the problem of
> >> jerky
> >> scroll bar
> >> --
> >> Judy
> >>
> >>
> >> "Cal Bears Go" wrote:
> >>
> >> > I did an upgrade install of Vista Ultimate over XP Media Center. I had
> >> > several issues, but the most troublesome is with my mouse. I can no
> >> > longer
> >> > scroll easily. On webpages, in Word, in Excel, in Notepad, when I
> >> > attempt to
> >> > scroll down it seems to hang, then jumps forward. The side bar also is
> >> > very
> >> > jerky and jumpy. I have a Logitech MX laser 1000. I've uninstalled
> >> > the
> >> > software and reinstalled 3 times (they have new Vista software) to no
> >> > avail.
> >> > I've now uninstalled it and am running it in embedded mode...no luck.
> >> > I
> >> > tried using other mice...no luck. I've got 3 gigs of RAM and a 2.7
> >> > gighz
> >> > processor. My rating is 3.7, so it shouldn't be a hardware issue, but
> >> > it
> >> > feels like it is...it's as if there are numerous very resource
> >> > intensive
> >> > applications running and bogging it down (there aren't).
> >> > I called Microsoft and talked to someone in India that was no help
> >> > whatsoever.
> >> >
> >> > My Microsoft keyboard is also acting funny. When I tab or use the
> >> > arrow,
> >> > the tab seems to lock and it darts from cell to cell until I hit the
> >> > keyboard.
> >> >
> >> > My computer is almost unusable at this point. I never, ever had a
> >> > problem
> >> > with XP. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

>
 

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