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Windows 7 - GUI glitching in certain programs

I was away for a while but now I've gotten around to doing something.

I took out the GPU and the problem doesn't seem to be there anymore.

 

Thoughs?

 

EDIT:

Apparently what was causing this issue was EVGA Percision X. When it

was off, I stopped getting the glitchy GUI at times. I ran an update on it

(Percision X) and now it seems that the problem is fixed.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

System specs:

CPU: Intel Core i7 4770K @ 4GHz

RAM: 8GB 1600MHz DDR3

GPU: EVGA GeForce GTX 780 3GB Classified

 

Hello, I have a problem with the GUI in some applications. I'm currently experiencing it in:

  • Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 Express (Almost everywhere)
  • Sony Vegas Pro 12 (Render As - menu)

I've just recently noticed this problem, I've run a system restore and I've reinstalled my Graphics Card drivers.

The GUI still works, but it is really hard to use it normally.

 

The problem does not show at first, but when attempting to interact with the objects that are affected, it starts

showing. I don't know what I can do to fix it so, any help will be much appriciated!

 

Screencaps of the problem in Sony Vegas:

 

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Thanks in advance! //Max Game

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Has this just started to begin? Could be your graphics card or windows aero is being buggy.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Has this just started to begin? Could be your graphics card or windows aero is being buggy.

I tried turning off aero before, it didn't help.

And yes, the problem has just recently appeared.

 

EDIT:

Using integrated graphics doesn't help.

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I tried turning off aero before, it didn't help.

And yes, the problem has just recently appeared.

 

EDIT:

Using integrated graphics doesn't help.

This still happens if you removed your GPU and used the unboard HD4600? that's strange... try running "sfc /scannow" in command prompt. Also try "find and fix problems with transparency and visual"


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Posted · Original PosterOP

This still happens if you removed your GPU and used the unboad HD4000? that's strange... try running "sfc /scannow" in command prompt.

I never physically took out the GPU.

I only inactivated the driver and checked again. Should I take it out completely?

 

Running the scan now.

 

EDIT:

Scan came up with nothing.

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I never physically took out the GPU.

I only inactivated the driver and checked again. Should I take it out completely?

 

Running the scan now.

If it does it with both unboard and dedicated then it's a software issue. corrupt windows file or aero bug. and it's fine just keep it in. Doing what I said above should fix it.


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If it does it with both unboard and dedicated then it's a software issue. corrupt windows file or aero bug. and it's fine just keep it in. Doing what I said above should fix it.

It didn't find anything, the problem is still there.

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It didn't find anything, the problem is still there.

Take out your 780 and install the newest HD4600 drivers. Did you do a clean installation of 344.11?


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Take out your 780 and install the newest HD4000 drivers. Did you do a clean installation of 344.11?

Yes, I did a completely clean installation of the GPU drivers.

I'll take it out and see what happens, then.

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Posted · Original PosterOP · Best Answer

I was away for a while but now I've gotten around to doing something.

I took out the GPU and the problem doesn't seem to be there anymore.

 

Thoughs?

 

EDIT:

Apparently what was causing this issue was EVGA Percision X. When it

was off, I stopped getting the glitchy GUI at times. I ran an update on it

(Percision X) and now it seems that the problem is fixed.

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