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Visual Studio Scrolling Redraw Problem

Posted on 2013-06-27
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Hi,

I've got an issue with Visual Studio 2012 with Update 2.
Whenever I scroll code using the scrollbars or mouse wheel, the screen has a redraw issue where half the code (the right hand side) stays in place, and only the left hand side redraws.

It ends up looking like the screenshot attached. I've tried reinstalling. Ive tried disabling hardware acceleration.

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Any ideas how I could resolve this? Its really holding me back.

Many thanks
Dan
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a few things can cause this:
- corrupted visual studio installation
- bad video driver

either way, reinstalling both as always worked for me.

Also, one last thing. Are you using "LogMeIn RD Software" by any chance? It seems to cause problems with VS2010... you may want to uninstall it to check if it solves the problem. Same thing goes for any software which installs display drivers: once you have identified the faulty one, you can look for a fix :-)
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I had to format my computer and start again. Weird.
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I had to format my computer and start again. Weird.
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