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Topic # 68570 24-Sep-2010 20:31
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Since last week Windows 7 started acting strange here... Basically if I select something from a right-click menu, it will leave a "ghost" behind:



Of course I thought it could be video drivers, but I am using the latest ATI release, installed in August, and this problem only just started happening this week...

Any ideas?




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  Reply # 384166 24-Sep-2010 20:32
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  Reply # 384172 24-Sep-2010 20:56
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I have had that happen in the past if I had not disabled all the fading stuff.

I still regually get tooltips left behind by things. Right now I have one saying "English (United States)" sitting in the middle of my titlebar.




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  Reply # 385391 28-Sep-2010 11:33
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Never had this problem, in the whole time I've been using WIndws 7.

I think the last time I had this happen to me was in XP





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