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#1 12 years ago

What concerns me is the fact that this is a fresh format. I have no idea as to the cause since its random to when I am browsing, transfering files, or defragmenting. If anyone thinks listing the technical information from the error report would help let me know.

Also: I know alt tab should not look like this....

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Three drives one fat32 with no exes the other two are ntfs & I have no hardware problems. windows xp with sp2 (In case you couldn't guess already)




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#2 12 years ago

That is the NVidia Alt-Tab menu. It means that you have enabled the Extra features of the NVidia drivers.

Right-click the desktop, and select the NView option. Try disabling the Extra features, it should be the first button.

Right-click the desktop, and select Properties. Then go to the Settings tab, and select Advanced. Finally, switch to the NVidia tab, and browse the Options.

Some features that may be causing this problem.

1. Dual View/ Clone view support for Monitors. 2. Transparency effects. 3. Multiple desktops. (popular on Linux) 4. NView options on the Title bar.

Now I do like the features that are available, when they work.

Having Windows become transparent when moved. Multiple desktops, and the option to collapse a Window to the title bar, is very cool.




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#3 12 years ago
Monster_userHaving Windows become transparent when moved. Multiple desktops, and the option to collapse a Window to the title bar, is very cool.

Yes that is cool. I never knew that something like that could cause problems. But I think its cool enough to try flashing my bios 1st to see if that helps before I turn nview off. I am overdue anyways.