anyone have this problem??

Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by Bretenn, Apr 25, 2003.

  1. Bretenn

    Bretenn Guest

    anyone of u have this problem? damn it... it is really annoying!! :mad:

    i mean that taskbar! hmm....
     
  2. rettahc

    rettahc Guest

    Yeah I get that everyonce in a while. Don't know if theres a fix or not. Dosent happen to me often enough to worry about it.
     
  3. toxicity

    toxicity Guest


    Same thing with me, but its usually due to the fact that i have lots of programs loading at once therefore it lags.
     
  4. canadian_divx

    canadian_divx Canadian_divx

    that only happened to me when i had my computer playing games for a really really long time, but after a little wile it stoped and i never bother to find a fix for it
     
  5. NetRyder

    NetRyder Tech Junkie Folding Team

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    Never had the problem :confused:
     
  6. Happens to me as well, but only when I try to right click the internet icon to disconnect, I get about two or three other icon's right-clicks.
     
  7. Indomidable

    Indomidable Guest

    I get that problem too... not annoying enough to see if there is a fix. It normally happens when windows is loading. I try to click off my firewall or something in the sysbar and it opens both, with the windows clock/taskbar one first. It's an annoyance since all you do is right click somewhere else then try it again. It's worked the second time everytime so it's just a minor annoyance.
     
  8. Bretenn

    Bretenn Guest

    i found out the problem already,.... it's my soltek hardware monitor! everytime i minimise it to tray, then when right click those tray icon (msn, kazaa, +++) it will behave like that!

    but when i close that soltek program, i try to minimise as many program as i can and then right click, no prob at all ;)
     
  9. chaos945

    chaos945 Moderator

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    I have this problem once in a while too, but I'm not running "Soltek hardware monitor". I think it has to do with the way Windows is handling the processes running in the background. If I were to set background processes "Equal Priority" to foreground I'll bet it wouldn't do that.