#1
I have a problem
while playing game the automaticle minimize
Why does it minize?

Is there away to fix it?

it (bliping) (annoying?)

I have MSE Up to date
Malware bytes Up to date
I have scanned No virus

Im playing skyrim and San andreas it does the same other games

Windows 7 Home Pemium 64
Last edited by peter2160 at Oct 8, 2013,
#3
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#5
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I think the problem is that you're using Windows Home Premium 64v. In America, you'd need 120v, or 230v in the UK.


I have Ill fix it right away
Its Windows 7 Home Premiun 64
#6
You may be inadvertently hitting a key combination (like WindowsKey+D) that is causing the window to minimize.
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#7
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You may be inadvertently hitting a key combination (like WindowsKey+D) that is causing the window to minimize.


Actualy I use Ps3 Controller Using Motion Joy
No Keyboard
Its just Automaticly Minimize to desktop
#8
Motionjoy is terrible and has been known to **** up controllers and Windows.

Uninstall that shit and just use the mouse/keyboard.

Or just buy like a $20 pc controller online.
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#9
Quote by stratman_13
Motionjoy is terrible and has been known to **** up controllers and Windows.

Uninstall that shit and just use the mouse/keyboard.

Or just buy like a $20 pc controller online.


i had a pc controller the charger (input?) broke
so i search on google some shit came motion joy and i have a xpadder (never really use it)
okay if motion joy causing problems ill uninstall it
#10
Quote by Deliriumbassist
I think the problem is that you're using Windows Home Premium 64v. In America, you'd need 120v, or 230v in the UK.