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CJIS

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I have just cleaned my hard drive and re-installed windows, and at first my computer was VERY slow but after installing some things this was fixed, but now when i am on the internet my pages load fast and my downloads are fast but when looking through the pages when i scroll down it just flashes and then appears in the next position a bit like a scanner. It does this in both opera and internet explorer. I have run a spyware check and a virus scan but have found nothing. I am using a normal Microsoft mouse and dont know what the problem could be. any help would be appreciated thankyou.
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Any chance Smooth Scrolling got deactivated?

Note By default, the Use smooth scrolling option is enabled in Internet Explorer.

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It is all set to defualt but i have noticed that windows does not think i have a graphics card installed. the DXDiag says nothing at all and the hardware list says nothing either. I think it is a NVidia Ge-Force. i am not sure.
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it's Ok i have fixed it i had to go to the NVIDIA site and download the drivers but normally they install through windows like before, but it is all OK now. Thanks
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