+ 0 Votes If it offends thee santeewelding Updated - 3 years ago Pluck it out and put it in the other slot. See what happens. + 0 Votes Sure glad santeewelding Updated - 3 years ago These are all your problems, and not mine. I got me handfuls of my own -- everytime I turn around, it seems, nowadays. + 0 Votes I don't think it matters jcitron 3 years ago which slot you put the card in as long as it's the same kind of slot. The problems to me sound like interference of some kind caused by a loose connection or a shielding problem. Try tightening up your monitor cable on the back of the monitor and on the PC its self. Also try moving your video signal cable away from any power cables it maybe near. Sometimes the shielding isn't that great on the cable. + 0 Votes For giggles, seanferd 3 years ago check the refresh rate. It does sound a bit like an interference issue, but trying a different valid refresh rate is easy. Are the drivers you expect to be in use for the card and the monitor the drivers which are actually in use? (Yeah, sometimes a specific, vendor-provided monitor driver is necessary or better.) + 0 Votes Holy cow. boxfiddler Moderator 3 years ago Got rid of the scrolling problem with a couple of settings changes. One to the mouse itself, and the other to the 'smooth scrolling' option in FF. *slaps forehead* That leaves the blinking screen issue. + 0 Votes Sure glad santeewelding Updated - 3 years ago These are all your problems, and not mine. I got me handfuls of my own -- everytime I turn around, it seems, nowadays.