I'm getting a weird error that occurs if my PC's been on for usually around 24 hours. Pictures on different websites start to glitch up. Some pictures turn black, or strobe when you scroll over them. Here are a few examples:
(The only thing I could get printscreen and paste to work in is Microsoft Word, so it's a word doc)
When this starts happening, other things on my computer tend to get odd, also.
When I restart it goes back to normal for another 24 hours unless I restart again before 24 hours is up. It's hard to tell EXACTLY when it starts but it's roughly that much. I've encountered a bunch of other errors. I listed them in this thread where I never really got any help, but we did discuss a lot:
My computer shows that there are no video drivers when I go to the Nvida site, there are errors with the screensaver properties saying an unknown error occurred, and I can't paste pictures. Also sometimes Japanese text doesn't appear and that space is just white and trying to move large files (like 250+MB) will stop mid-way giving the error "there isn't enough memory to perform this operation". And often these things are inconsistent, and will happen in one place but not elsewhere, or it will get worse if I leave it on for a while while this happens. The one I notice most/first is with the pictures turning black or strobed like the examples.
It doesn't really cause anything insurmountable because I can get back to normal by resetting, but I would really would like to fix this. I've just dealt with it for a few months now and really want to get everything back to normal.
Since that thread in the other forum I've used every virus-detecting program I can think of and nothing's been found. That includes, Spybot, Ad-Aware, Malwarebytes, Super Anti Spyware, TDSS Killer, Hitman Pro, Mcaffee, and Windows Security Essentials. (And maybe a couple other things I forgot) And I also did a disc defragment for all my drives. There's no task being set to run like this, I really don't think it's a virus, so I thought I would put it here.
Does anyone have any idea why this, what this is, or how to fix it?
Edited by Kewl0210, 24 June 2010 - 02:14 AM.