Facing problems after a format......

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  1. nitish_mythology

    nitish_mythology OSS Enthusiast!

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    Well,After formatting my laptop I m facing few problems.

    1.The hibernating tab in the power option is missing, hence I m unable to turn it on.
    Initially it was available.

    2. Scroll speed of mouse is slow!
    On scrolling down, Web pages in all browses(Opera,Firefox,IE 6) and Ms Word. Documents do not move smoothly and quickly!

    Pls help!
     
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    Thanks for ur help mediator..
    I cant find anything as scroll speed! There is no such optio available!

    Why was hibernation disabled this time(after a reformat) as initially it was availaible!
     
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    Nah its not actually scroll speed! It has an option like scroll number of lines. I think the default is 3, u can increase it so that the scrolling speed increases i.e no of lines/scroll! Its a small problem. Neways I'll check it as to where it is exactly when I'll switch to windows.
     
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    just follow this path
    start>control panel>mouse>motion
     
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    agreed with wat mediator said.
     
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    I cant find anything as motion under mouse option!
     
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    Ok,
    control panel>mouse>wheel =>the following number of lines at a time.
    Increase it or decrease it according to ur needs !
     
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    well i thats for windows xp & i told for windows 2000 server
     
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    Actually things hv got right unexpectedly here........
    I m really surprised! My mouse has started working(actually not mouse but the touch pad) and I can even see the hibernating tab in power options- control panel!

    I installed ATI graphics driver recently,maybe it was all bcoz of tht.

    It seems a mistry????
     
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