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When scrolling pages or watch movies on Firefox there is horizontal screen flickering. All mentioned help does not work. Please help me

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When scrolling pages or watch movies on Firefox there is horizontal screen flickering. All mentioned help does not work. Please help me

When scrolling pages or watch movies on Firefox there is horizontal screen flickering. All mentioned help does not work. Please help me

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  • I-ejenti Engumsebenzisi: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; Win64; x64; rv:66.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/66.0

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Pj 42 izisombululo 869 izimpendulo
Kuphostiwe

nomad89 said

I've checked a lot of forums and always everyone are suggesting options which I've made earlier and it didn't work... :(

Are you up-to-date with MicroSoft drivers or Lenovo drivers?


~Pj

''nomad89 [[#answer-1215770|said]]'' <blockquote> I've checked a lot of forums and always everyone are suggesting options which I've made earlier and it didn't work... :( </blockquote> Are you up-to-date with MicroSoft drivers or Lenovo drivers? ~Pj

Umnikazi wombuzo

Yes, all drivers are up to date. Problem still persists and it is impossible to comfortable surf.

Sorry Mozilla but if you're reading it - fix your browser

Yes, all drivers are up to date. Problem still persists and it is impossible to comfortable surf. Sorry Mozilla but if you're reading it - fix your browser
Pj 42 izisombululo 869 izimpendulo
Kuphostiwe

nomad89 said

Yes, all drivers are up to date. Problem still persists and it is impossible to comfortable surf. Sorry Mozilla but if you're reading it - fix your browser

Are you up-to-date with MicroSoft drivers or Lenovo drivers? Which? I though I saw a post where you should be updated with Lenovo and not MicroSoft drivers.


~Pj

''nomad89 [[#answer-1217088|said]]'' <blockquote> Yes, all drivers are up to date. Problem still persists and it is impossible to comfortable surf. Sorry Mozilla but if you're reading it - fix your browser </blockquote> Are you up-to-date with MicroSoft drivers or Lenovo drivers? Which? I though I saw a post where you should be updated with Lenovo and '''''not MicroSoft drivers'''''. ~Pj

Umnikazi wombuzo

What kind of drivers exactly?

What kind of drivers exactly?

Umnikazi wombuzo

Opera and Chrome works like a charm, so it has to be a problem with Firefox compability

Opera and Chrome works like a charm, so it has to be a problem with Firefox compability
Pj 42 izisombululo 869 izimpendulo
Kuphostiwe

nomad89 said

What kind of drivers exactly?

Please dig-in harder and do some research on Lenovo's Screen Flickering. I can only devote so much time with FF issues, let alone on specific, detailed computer issues. (Wink)

It has yet to be determined it's a FF browser cause. Everywhere I look points back to a Lenovo cause with either the Drivers and/or the BIOS. With my brief searching, it is a wide-known problem with these Lenovos: A Driver and/or BIOS problem. Result: Screen Flicker/Blinking/Etc.

I know it appears it's a FF problem to you, while other browsers are 'working' for you, and up-front it appears to be a FF issue, but from what I can tell, the real problem is with the Drivers and/or BIOS.

I'll post these 3 links, from 3 different sites, 1 being from Lenovo Support:

A) Drivers and BIOS Article.

B) Lenovo Yoga Support.

C) DriverEasy.Com Site.

Hope you get it fixed.

(If by chance it's found to be FF problem, I'll be surprised.)


~Pj

''nomad89 [[#answer-1217312|said]]'' <blockquote> What kind of drivers exactly? </blockquote> Please dig-in harder and do some research on Lenovo's Screen Flickering. I can only devote so much time with FF issues, let alone on specific, detailed computer issues. (Wink) It has yet to be determined it's a FF browser cause. Everywhere I look points back to a Lenovo cause with either the Drivers and/or the BIOS. With my brief searching, it is a wide-known problem with these Lenovos: A Driver and/or BIOS problem. Result: Screen Flicker/Blinking/Etc. I know it appears it's a FF problem to you, while other browsers are 'working' for you, and up-front it appears to be a FF issue, but from what I can tell, the real problem is with the Drivers and/or BIOS. I'll post these 3 links, from 3 different sites, 1 being from Lenovo Support: A) [https://www.blogsdna.com/29284/how-to-fix-lenovo-laptop-screen-flickering-issue.htm Drivers and BIOS Article.] B) [https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/Lenovo-Yoga-Series-Notebooks/bd-p/ll06_en Lenovo Yoga Support.] C) [https://www.drivereasy.com/knowledge/how-to-fix-lenovo-laptop-screen-flickering-blinking-problem/ DriverEasy.Com Site.] Hope you get it fixed. (If by chance it's found to be FF problem, I'll be surprised.) ~Pj
McCoy
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545 izisombululo 5139 izimpendulo
Kuphostiwe

Hello again nomad89,

Giving it one more shot :

You said that you've disabled hardware acceleration, which didn't make a difference - would you (just to make sure) try again ?

Options => General => under Performance

See : https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/performance-settings?as=u&utm_source=inproduct

Hello again nomad89, Giving it one more shot : You said that you've disabled hardware acceleration, which didn't make a difference - would you (just to make sure) try again ? Options => General => under Performance See : https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/performance-settings?as=u&utm_source=inproduct

Umnikazi wombuzo

Im sorry guys, I've tried all of these help tips but still nothing worked. I even format my laptop and the problem still persist. I've no idea why.

Im sorry guys, I've tried all of these help tips but still nothing worked. I even format my laptop and the problem still persist. I've no idea why.
McCoy
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545 izisombululo 5139 izimpendulo
Kuphostiwe

This is driving me nuts (very short drive).

Would you try this please :

Options => General => under 'Browsing' :

Experiment a little with the first two (scrolling related) options; can't hurt to try .....

This is driving me nuts (very short drive). Would you try this please : Options => General => under 'Browsing' : Experiment a little with the first two (scrolling related) options; can't hurt to try .....