Question Please guide me in the direction of what could be causing this

May 16, 2018
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View: https://i.imgur.com/RE2T15D.gifv


Manual upload because a screen rip wasn't picking up the flash. Loading thumbnail jpegs should not require a delay like this and also flash delay when closing the browser to show its not rooted in Chrome. Here are some other example and specs View: https://imgur.com/a/vgejPeg



I've exhausted like 34 options man. Drivers were updated and then Windows 10 had a 30+ min update and this happened. I've reset Windows itself and still... Everything else runs completely fine beside this epileptic seizure loading of things.

View: https://i.imgur.com/RE2T15D.gifv


Manual upload because a screen rip wasn't picking up the flash. Loading thumbnail jpegs should not require a delay like this and also flash delay when closing the browser to show its not rooted in Chrome. Here are some other example and specs View: https://imgur.com/a/vgejPeg



I've exhausted like 34 options man. Drivers were updated and then Windows 10 had a 30+ min update and this happened. I've reset Windows itself and still... Everything else runs completely fine beside this epileptic seizure loading of things.

Have you tried a different monitor? Seems like a hardware issue with the display.
 

RyanJG4321

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Youve not exactly made it obvious what the issue is here, Im guessing that its when you press windows it appears jittery and maybe in the chrome example, but I cant quite see it.

Assuming this it would seem that your something is struggling, I would recommend when you see this occur next, open task manager -> More details-> Performance
Check that all of your resources are freed up on idle, for example CPU isnt like over 80%, Memory is usually the worst, especially with chrome, check you have at least half available and that your non-paged pool isnt too large, if your non paged pool is over 1GB it usually is chrome, I have that issue, I haven
t found a fix for it, just restart and it will clear.

have you done your drivers through the manufacturers website or from a disc provided with the computer?
 
May 16, 2018
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Youve not exactly made it obvious what the issue is here, Im guessing that its when you press windows it appears jittery and maybe in the chrome example, but I cant quite see it.

Assuming this it would seem that your something is struggling, I would recommend when you see this occur next, open task manager -> More details-> Performance
Check that all of your resources are freed up on idle, for example CPU isnt like over 80%, Memory is usually the worst, especially with chrome, check you have at least half available and that your non-paged pool isnt too large, if your non paged pool is over 1GB it usually is chrome, I have that issue, I haven
t found a fix for it, just restart and it will clear.

have you done your drivers through the manufacturers website or from a disc provided with the computer?
Appreciate you taking the time man.

Everything still runs smooth besides the immediate loading of the epileptic white flash that follows seems unrelated to performance.



I slowed this gif down intentionally so don't think the delay is that severe but you can see the subtle preloaded white flash that has no place being there and this is a fresh start up without Chrome active.
 

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