Unusual Pink Lines While Left Clicking And Deagging?
Jun 25, 2012
i am running windows 7 64 bit . as long as i remember I didn't do anything foolish in the hardware or something but i have this trouble. when i click the left mouse button and hold it while clicking and then drag here and there i get pink lines that are killing me and making me unable to use one software.
I'm on a Lenovo Thinkpad T530 laptop that's about four months old. I had a key pop off and Lenovo shipped me a new keyboard, so I replaced it myself. Since then, I've had issues where every 20-30 minutes, the left click will start clicking on its own (the key is not stuck, it is not a physical hardware issue).Obviously, I figured that the problem came from the new keyboard (since I had the computer for three months with no problem before I replaced the keyboard). So I took the keyboard out, cleaned the inside of the computer and the pin connections with some compressed air, checked to make sure there wasn't any visible damage (nothing crushed, bent, or missing as far I can tell) and then put it all back together again. No luck, the problem persists. Just in case it isn't keyboard-related (doubtful) I am running a full system virus scan using MSE as I'm typing this, but I really think that there's something wrong with this keyboard. I uninstalled and reinstalled the PS/2 keyboard drivers and Synaptic touchpad drivers, to no avail.
it now rapidly left clicks stuff and will not let me left click for a couple of seconds. it also randomly highlights. it's been doing this for about 2 weeks now. i've tried changing the usb ports for the mouse, also switched between 2.0 and 3.0. i've tried screwing around with the dpi, all kinda stuff, nothing works. it's a razor naga, also i can upload a video to Internet of what the mouse is doing. it's really annoying because i play starcraft and fpss professionally and not being able to left click sometimes really really fucks me up.
But I just cant figure this one out (neither can google) . So i can LEFT(<-this is important)-click all the icons in my system tray and a nice menu of some kind pops up (as it should) how ever if i LEFT-click my network icon nothing happens (right-click functions still work), sadly i dont really know when this started happening so i cant backtrack it. this is a problem because now i cant select other wireless network.
Since yesterday many letters in all my documents are red or blue and some have a faint blue or yellow background.
Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version 126.96.36.199 OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium, Service Pack 1, 64 bit Processor: Pentium(R) Dual-Core CPU E5300 @ 2.60GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 23 Stepping 10 Processor Count: 2 RAM: 2013 Mb Graphics Card: Intel(R) G41 Express Chipset, 782 Mb Hard Drives: C: Total - 292364 MB, Free - 216604 MB; D: Total - 12777 MB, Free - 2283 MB; Motherboard: FOXCONN, ETON Antivirus: Norton Internet Security, Updated and Enabled2q
Since installing Windows 7 (64) on a fresh new HD my computer's been waking itself up from sleep mode fairly often (every hour or two, maybe). I've gone through all the other threads on this subject and tried most of the fixes I found (disallowing Ethernet wake-ups e.g.) to no avail. What's particularly disconcerting about these wake-ups is they produce a strange 'clunk' sound and my power LED flashes. The cmd window tells me my keyboard is the device waking the machine up but I don't know if I believe it.
Does anyone have any inkling as to what this might be? I'm suspicious of my floppy drive (yeah, I know) as it makes similar sounding grumblings on start-up.
Yesterday I was playing a video game when My computer froze completly. Ever since a computer crash, my computer starts up with pink lines horizontally when microsoft windows loads and is only displaying 16 colours. When trying to change the display settings, all the video card information is not being displayed. I suspect is a video card hardware malfunction but I could be wrong. When The computer starts, I get a message saying "Windows has not loaded properly perviously" and gives me the option to run the Windows Startup Repair. After running the Windows Startup Repair, it fails to fix the problem and I get the message below:
I am really trying to get used to Windows 7 and it is getting better.I have a dual boot which works well.I have several installs of XP of various editions.I use Acronis True Image a lot to make images. I use only the one Windows 7 but several Acronis True Images of various XP's Corporate, Home, etc.I have the one XP that I then installed Seven and this is the dual boot.I sure don't want to go about the dual boot by re-installing Seven with all the others.What I thought is to restore an XP image, then putting the what makes the dual boot files in and saving that as an image. Then on to the next XP image.I have read up on dual boot software but I need something very simple.And if I ever need to restore an image - either XP or Seven I need to know that it will still dual boot.
this is the 5th time i've got a pink screen with artifacts, randomly happens over the course of 4 months. this time i got a blue screen following it. last time the display driver corrected itself. i've ran furmark until the temp maxed out with no artifacts or anything. 86 c. times that the pink screen have occurred, once during mw3, once during vlc media player, twice during Internet just at the homepage, and once during windows media player.
Windows 7 64 bit with Adobe Shockwave and Flash Player installed.
On my laptop (not the desktop described in my profile) I get the following message when viewing any one of the videos using IE9(32 bit) on this website: ABCNews.com - Breaking News, Latest News & Top Video News - ABC News.
Error Saving Localized Settings Application is unable to access your file system
The videos play fine once I clear the message box by pressing OK. The problem does not occur on my desktop and I notice no difference in the two setups. Nor does it occur under Firefox on either machine.
I've been getting notification bars on startup stating that there is a Visual C++ Runtime error, and that the program has been terminated in an unusual manner. What I want to know is whether this can be attributed to a possible memory (RAM) problem. Also, since of late (not all the time). when I boot my PC, and when the Welcome screen appears, a ticking noise comes from in my CPU and the screen just freezes. Can there be a possible connection between the two (memory and the C++ Runtime error).
On bootup on my Win 7 64-bit desktop nothing appeared on the monitor , just a completely black screen .I realise this could be due to several causes - monitor failure , video card problems etc and I have yet to check these out but my reason for posting here before I do these basic checks is that this problem is accompanied by an unusual response to the Power button which did not exist before as far as I am aware.When I got this black screen I pressed the power button to switch the PC off . normally this requires you to hold this button down for about 5-10 secs . This time when I did this the PC started to power up again and , to prevent this , I now have to hold this button down for , at least 30 secs or so , before the PC stays off.Could this power button anomaly be related to this black screen?
So today I decided to record some gameplay with fraps, but once I was done recording a message popped up saying:
"The application has requested the Runtime to terminate it in an unusual way. Please contact the application's support team for more information."
I've looked this error up, I have reinstalled the C++ redistributable packages, and it does not work. Basically whenever I am finished recording a fraps video, or even if I navigate (via Windows Explorer) to the directory in which the video files are located, I will get this error. As well as playing or moving the files. I have uninstalled and reinstalled a newer version of fraps, but still, no go.
Im running an awesome western digital essentials 320GB USB hard drive its great i leave it plugged in all the time on an always on PC its really great and the drive stores every picture and mp3 i have.when trying to do some maintenance on my music collection i noticed that some folders wont delete, it says something about it being in use at this time. occasionally if i keep jamming away at the DEL button it will eventually be removed (trying every ten mins or so) ive checked the security tabs and there is no restrictions in place for this drive and i have no special drivers for it or any other unusual security features. its an irritation now its been going on for about a yeah and now i have lots of empty folders.
i have a Toshiba laptop running win 7 I'm on a network where the printer is plugged into a desktop running win XP via a USB cable. If I print using the network printer from the laptop i get blue and pink lines where black should be.I have not tried to print a picture so i don't know the results of that.
I have a family friend that emailed me about computer issues (we all know how that is), but this one is new to me and wanted to see if anyone had some suggestions before I made the 45 minute drive out to see them.
You will find the screenshot below. As you can see, they are getting lines across the screen but in a way that I have never seen before. Now, i am holding their words loosely, but they state that this only happens in the web browser. Looking at the screenshot I can see the line are contained within the browser window, as the IE tabs and window at the top of the screen are intact and normal.
When I open up in regular mode, as it is setting up I get hundreds of small lines across the monitor.They are thin lines like on notebook paper but very close together. Then within a few minn. the computer restarts. My operating system is windows vista.When I restart it in safe mode I don't get the lines and it works fine except for the programs that don't start up like sound and some of the programs I try to use. [code]
HP Laptop running windows 7 every now and again, (not very often) the screen will fill with zigzag lines. Theres nothing else on the screen, i have to reboot the laptop and then it starts up fine. laptop was running Vista and it happened then aswell. It can happen while playing vdeos or just surfing the net.
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