Screen gets jerky when I don't move my mouse


  1. Posts : 3
    Windows 10
       #1

    Screen gets jerky when I don't move my mouse


    Recently there was an update from windows on windows 8. A problem came about when i realised that everytime i spectate in a game or watch some TV series, the graphics starts to lag and becomes jerky. I thought it may be a problem with OS so i upgraded it to windows 10, but the problem still exists, some help needed here :/
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    Windows 10 x86 14383 Insider Pro and Core 10240
       #2

    Assuming all your drivers for your chipset, sound and graphics are the latest and up to date, and you also have a good internet connection, (a silly question in Singapore, I guess:)) is your power supply behaving properly?

    Are the drivers Microsoft versions or from Asrock or Nvidia?

    Are you using a browser to watch the video stream, or a dedicated app?

    Are your power management settings optimised for multimedia playing?

    Can you run, say, a live Linux disk and watch the same streamed programme without problems?

    If it comes down to the browser, try using a different one - as well as the 2 Microsoft offerings: Edge or IE11- there's a plethora of Chrome-based browsers, and Mozilla (Firefox) based ones that may work better.

    If you can get a dedicated app, it may work more smoothly.
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    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #3

    Fafhrd said:
    Assuming all your drivers for your chipset, sound and graphics are the latest and up to date, and you also have a good internet connection, (a silly question in Singapore, I guess:)) is your power supply behaving properly?

    Are the drivers Microsoft versions or from Asrock or Nvidia?

    Are you using a browser to watch the video stream, or a dedicated app?

    Are your power management settings optimised for multimedia playing?

    Can you run, say, a live Linux disk and watch the same streamed programme without problems?

    If it comes down to the browser, try using a different one - as well as the 2 Microsoft offerings: Edge or IE11- there's a plethora of Chrome-based browsers, and Mozilla (Firefox) based ones that may work better.

    If you can get a dedicated app, it may work more smoothly.
    1) Drivers are directly downloaded from nvidia website
    2) Chrome
    3) How do i check this?
    4) What's a Live Linux disk?
    5) It also happens as i'm typing this reply, and also on games like dota 2. When i'm spectating a game it becomes jerky halfway

    ** I've tried unplugging the existing razer mouse and tried another mouse with another port. Still does no work
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  4. Posts : 3
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #4

    domodomo95 said:
    1) Drivers are directly downloaded from nvidia website
    2) Chrome
    3) How do i check this?
    4) What's a Live Linux disk?
    5) It also happens as i'm typing this reply, and also on games like dota 2. When i'm spectating a game it becomes jerky halfway

    ** I've tried unplugging the existing razer mouse and tried another mouse with another port. Still does no work
    No one can solve this??
      My Computer


  5. Posts : 1,983
    Windows 10 x86 14383 Insider Pro and Core 10240
       #5

    Hi, dd95 I gather that the display is jerky in games and when using Chrome, and you use up-to-date Nvidia drivers. Are those just the graphics drivers, or do you have a Nvidia chipset too?

    I cannot tell from your specs what your system really is regarding anything but the mobo manufacturer Asrock, the graphics adapter GTX 970 and how much RAM (8GB) you have - and now that you have a razer mouse and an alternative one.

    You play dota and spectate games does this mean you watch sport online? and you use Chrome on Windows 10 without giving versions, editions, 32- or 64-bit, upgrade or retail?

    Help yourself by being specific here, and find out something about your system and share it with us. Then perhaps someone can give you an informed opinion, and please answer the questions asked of you fully if you want help.

    Google may help you find answers to your other questions like whats a live linux disk and how do I get one, and how you check things through settings or the control panel.

    Good luck!
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