|Posted - Mar 10 2019 : 8:56PM|
I'm not sure how to even describe this issue and I'm hoping that someone here can at least give me the right terminology so that I can research a fix. I have an Acer laptop going on two years old running Win10 with an NVidia GTX 1060 graphics card. What happens is that when I right click to access a menu and if I click on say, "Properties", the screen seems to capture that thing that I just did and keeps it floating on the screen until I do ctrl-alt-delete which refreshes the screen.
Here is an example:
In researching this, part of my problem is that I don't know what search terms to use. I don't know to describe what I'm looking at.
Any help would be appreciated.
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|Posted - Mar 10 2019 : 11:58PM|
|Posted - Mar 11 2019 : 12:56AM|
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|Posted - Mar 11 2019 : 7:48AM|
Edited by - Drew Black on 3/11/2019 7:49:48 AM
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|Posted - Mar 11 2019 : 5:19PM|
I'm only speculating but that looks like the Desktop Window Manager may have a conflict between NVIDIA and Intel graphics drivers and bringing up the Task Manager tends to trigger a refresh. Are your NVIDIA drivers up to date?
I think the term is "ghost context menu".
Edited by - AngryPirate on 3/11/2019 5:23:19 PM
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|Posted - Mar 11 2019 : 10:32PM|
Then install Driver Booster. DO NOT install anything other than Driver Booster. / At some point it will ask you to install other stuff but don't.
Run the scan and it will find all of your outdated drivers etc. You will have to click (cant remember, I think it's Update Now) to update them. Since all of my drivers are up to date, it doesn't show what the prompt says when it's time to be updated.
Edited by - Jordan1 on 3/11/2019 10:36:02 PM
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|Posted - Mar 12 2019 : 12:34AM|
|Posted - Mar 12 2019 : 9:47PM|
I updated my NVidia drivers a few days ago before posting here.
But using your terminology, I believe I've found a solution
Here is the blurb that explains:For the moment, the issue seems to be fixed. Thank you for your help!
And thanks also to Drew, Hardware, and Jordan1 for looking at my post and offering suggestion. I really appreciate it!
|Posted - Mar 14 2019 : 3:37AM|
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