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Border of open windows flashes from Blue to white, once every few seconds.  While flashing, no input is accepted.  I need a reason why.
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Hi.

Whenever some process does hidden unwanted work, I start procmon, a free monitoring solution that displays what's going on in the background. If you are unable to interpret the output (it's rather complicated if you are not familiar with procmon), save and upload its logfile. http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb896645.aspx
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Check windows updates ...then will be an update for your graphics driver.

Or

Download updated graphics driver from manufacturer website.



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Were you able to solve it?
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