Vba screen updating off not working

Firstly, we need to establish what might be causing the flickering screen.

To do this, open up Task Manager by pressing Ctrl Shift Esc simultaneously.

However, if the advice therein doesn’t work, be sure to check the tips in the other section too, just in case it’s beneficial.

Three applications have been identified by Microsoft to be causing problems: Norton Anti Virus, i Cloud, and IDT Audio.

While it is possible that other programs are also being troublemakers, these are those that are known to be consistently creating a flickering screen.

In the case of Norton Anti Virus, the problem has been acknowledged by developer Symantec and they’ve released a specific fix for it.

With that in mind, skip ahead below to the relevant section that you need.

If the screen flickering occurred after an update, try rolling back to an older driver version. It has advantages, like improved security, but it can also go wrong.

Follow the steps above to uninstall the driver, then head to the old driver page for either AMD or NVIDIA. What's more..., you now need to head to Microsoft’s support page to download a tool to stop the system automatically updating your driver – you can disable this when you know that the newest driver has patched the screen flicker problem.

Alternatively, right-click on your taskbar and then select Task Manager.

We don’t actually need to use Task Manager, but we do need it open.

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