While on-line (and off-line in various windows) my open window would start bouncing up and down like a yo-yo on hemeroids.
When I shut down and rebooted, I would get two quick beeps near the end of the start-up process.
I just cleaned the fan on my video card (man, was it clogged with dust accumulation!!).
Now the screen isn't bouncing.
Caveat - It would normally take a few hours before the screen would start to hiccup, so I won't know for a while if the clogged fan was the culprit.
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This question was answered on March 11, 2003. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.The bouncing windows is not an error rather than a Page someone created, they use some sort of plugin or java applet that makes the IE windows bounce On another note if your whole screen starts to bounce or shake you might have a cell phone near your monitor, that also causes your screen to some what shake.
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Posted by jose of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on March 11, 2003