Has anyone found the solution to the flickering problem with Quicken 2008.
It may not be your problem, but I noticed that if I run MusicMatch, thenDon said:
Don Cole said:
Some have good luck changing the mouse drivers. If you're runningDon Cole said:Has anyone found the solution to the flickering problem with
I had the flickering in my XP Pro 32 bit install, I installed Vista 64 bit
Ultimate, and running Quicken 2008 in it now, I do not have the flickering.
Not sure why the difference, but there is for me.
dieHard said:I've seen nothing but horror stories on the Quicken boards
regarding screen flickering - going back to version 2007, and
Or moving to an earlier version of Intellipoint, 5.0 works fine andSuggested fixes there included and entire gamut of possibilities,
including changing PDF driver settings, changing fonts, lowering
screen resolutions & video driver acceleration, removing USB
devices, and uninstalling MS Intellipoint.
I have to disagree, they would fix it if they could, it's obvious thatFrom all the different "solutions" posted there, two things seem
to be clear; .. that Intuit has absolutely no idea what's causing
this problem, and that they have no intention of fixing it. none.
not for me it didn't.Or moving to an earlier version of Intellipoint, 5.0 works fine and
fixed it for me.
You mean, they would fix it if they WANTED to.I have to disagree, they would fix it if they could,
Why is it obvious they can't? They wrote it didn't they?it's obvious that they can't
Been there, tried all that, didn't workbut the individual users CAN fix it, you need to try each of
the above fixes, one at a time, and see which works on your machine.
I noticed you failed to rebut whatever I said that you considered toI presume that means you'll be taking your uninformed comments
to some other product forum.
"self-appointed netcop asswipe" I second the motion!!dieHard said:I noticed you failed to rebut whatever I said that you considered to
in that case I'll just chalk up YOUR comments as those of a typical
don't like it don't read it.
fair enough, self-appointed netcop asswipe?
You would think so. I have a sneaking suspicion that I may know whatDon Cole said:I have tried each one of the suggested fixes with no joy.
It is strange that none of my other programs exhibit the problems
that Quicken does.
You would think if you have a Video problem that PhotoShop would
be the one affected.
That's a very odd statement. You really believe that a company isdieHard said:You mean, they would fix it if they WANTED to.
Clue: They don't want to.
Because it isn't fixed.Why is it obvious they can't?
No, they didn't. Not the current bunch of programmers.They wrote it didn't they?
The only reason I tolerate it is because it does NOT FLICKER! None,The only reason these bastards get away with this shit is because
people tolerate it.
My experience is nearly identical. My office system (XP and nVidia)XS11E said:The only reason I tolerate it is because it does NOT FLICKER! None,
not any. It did, I tried the older intellepoint driver, it fixed it.
Then I updated to Vista Ultimate 64 bit and a non-nVidea chipset and
graphics card and never had a flicker.
Now *THAT* was really helpful....... ;-)Steve said:that, and all the crappy unsafe and inferior quality imports from China, big
American business is just screwing us all as fast as they can.
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