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On web pages when i scroll up and down the font cuts and clips and blurs and gets torn apart. when i scroll back up and down it fixes itself but then another part gets messed up. id take a screenschot but im new to linux and dont know how. Does anyone know what could be causing this. im very new to puppy. just got it yesterday.
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I only use Puppy for file recovery, but it sounds like a video driver issue.
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ahh i installed it onto a thumb drive so it can be used as a mobile operating system. (much of my family has terribly slow messed up computers)

Thanks for getting back to me so fast :D . Ill look into the drivers
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Once you get the correct video driver figured out you can save the config to your thumbdrive. Also makes for much faster booting.
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just a note on this, if you save the vid driver then its only for one range of vid cards,

eg - an ati driver will not work with an nvidia card,

so it will only be good for certain systems, unless you plan on changing the driver each time you boot puppy
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