Graphics 'bleeding' prob

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by MBankaT, Nov 8, 2004.

  1. MBankaT

    MBankaT Guest

    Hi. i have a graphics prob i cant find anything about with a dozne google
    searches and various MS and other help sites.

    My kid - okay & me too - play games online at Pogo.com . Usually there are
    3 browser windows open when playing a game like checkers or chess. After a
    while we get parts - 'blocks' - of the other windows coming through (or
    bleeding) on top of the current window. Minimize and max the window makes
    the blocks go away for a second or two but they come back. Often even
    deleting cache, and regular maintenance and a reboot wont make any
    difference. Sometimes it does. Any ideas?

    Dell XPS T550 - Win 98 SE - P3 - 512K Cache - 256 SDRAM - 32 MB Diamond
    Viper 770D NVDIA TNT 2 - M128 AGP Ultra graphics card

    Mbankat
    MBankaT, Nov 8, 2004
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  2. MBankaT wrote:
    > Hi. i have a graphics prob i cant find anything about with a dozne google
    > searches and various MS and other help sites.
    >
    > My kid - okay & me too - play games online at Pogo.com . Usually there are
    > 3 browser windows open when playing a game like checkers or chess. After a
    > while we get parts - 'blocks' - of the other windows coming through (or
    > bleeding) on top of the current window. Minimize and max the window makes
    > the blocks go away for a second or two but they come back. Often even
    > deleting cache, and regular maintenance and a reboot wont make any
    > difference. Sometimes it does. Any ideas?
    >
    > Dell XPS T550 - Win 98 SE - P3 - 512K Cache - 256 SDRAM - 32 MB Diamond
    > Viper 770D NVDIA TNT 2 - M128 AGP Ultra graphics card
    >
    > Mbankat
    >
    >

    Try lowering your colour bit depth, or you could adjst the contrast on
    your monitor to cool your colours down.
    Batman or Superman, Nov 8, 2004
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