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    User Directory Folder Content Lagged

    Running Windows 7 recently clean installed, the problem I am having is any folder that has to do with my user appears lagged. EX folders on desktop, or User Name > Downloads > Subfolders. If I go to my documents through user name it suffers this problem but, if I go through start menu documents it does not. hitting F5 fixes it but once I close the folder and open or go into another problem happens again.

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    Last edited by Rasenigan; 2014-07-06 at 04:29.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rasenigan View Post
    Running Windows 7 recently clean installed, the problem I am having is any folder that has to do with my user appears lagged...
    Don't know what you mean by "...any folder that has to do with my user appears lagged..."

    To be more specific what do you mean by "lagged"? The image you uploaded fails to display as expected, so is of no use.
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    I assume you meant jagged as your upload shows. You might want to see if there's an updated video driver on the manufacurer's web site.

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    I wasent really sure what the term would be but, if you look at the picture when i open a folder then go into another the items from the previous folder stay there and stack upon each other. which driver would cause this?

    Edit. it doesnt seem to happen on other Users just main one.
    Last edited by Rasenigan; 2014-07-06 at 14:00.

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