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One time was when it was brand new and still under warranty. But yeah, ANY help you can give me regarding this issue along with possible fixes I would greatly appreciate. <3 Thanks! #1 COMMANDERMATT1, Oct 22, 2012 Stevo Drunken Bantersaurus Rex me.Wayne Margot t0rt1ll4Feb 21, 2015, 8:54 PM Markkk I have also TPlink wireless card and also had issues with losing focus. It became very frustrating as the window / program would lose focus mid-type or scroll. http://mozrc.com/windows-10/losing-internet-connection-and-or-wlan.php

If you're not sure what one does, just google it, as there are websites that describe most of the common applications and whether you need them or not. #7 ChronoTempest, Look for an approximate timestamp of when the last minimize was and see if there are any associated logs that show an install occurring or hardware error or anything beyond the works! Not the sort of problem you can replicate, just a regular enough occurence to be fucking irritating as it hides every damned window I'm using other than the video. http://www.bricode.com/game-or-application-keeps-minimizing-or-losing-focus-in-windows-7/

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Doing some quick research into the subject yields tons of results of people having the same problem and then possible fixes. When I start BSI, the application immediately loses focus and minimizes. Most operating systems have the windows without focus grayed out a bit. I've been having this problem for a couple years, didn't look into it much but THIS solved it.

no newly added program that stands out. made fun of dead family members and mentioned he had sex with a dog." "Hope he dies tbh but a ban would do."0 TheSonicRetard Registered User regular March 2010 edited March It's a 8740w with win 7 Ent Ed 64bit English. Game Minimizes Itself Great thread.

The tech folks tried and tried but couldn't fix it - wasn't the trackpad, etc etc. Windows 10 Window Loses Focus NyawningMay 6, 2015, 8:04 PM orionschmidt said: I was having this same issue. The "losing focus" part makes me think it's not rainmeter or a gadget though and instead an application trying to give you a firewall or UAC prompt for authorization, usually being http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/70295-63-every-minues-lose-focus-application bowen on March 2010Warning: I am a programmer/sysop.

Very, very strange effect. #3 MVMiller12 View Profile View Posts 30 Mar, 2013 @ 10:06pm Same problem, but mine was resolved by exiting the Bing Desktop (Have to rt-click Bing and Windows 10 Stealing Focus Not the sort of problem you can replicate, just a regular enough occurence to be fucking irritating as it hides every damned window I'm using other than the video. It keeps happening to me. SiliconStew on March 2010Just remember that half the people you meet are below average intelligence.0 Ego Registered User regular March 2010 edited March 2010 Hakunin wrote: » Ego wrote: » I

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All trademarks are property of their respective owners in the US and other countries. http://superuser.com/questions/947994/prevent-full-screen-applications-from-minimizing-when-they-lose-focus When done, DDS will open two (2) logs:DDS.txtAttach.txtSave both reports to your desktopPlease include the following logs in your next reply: DDS.txt and Attach.txtYou can ignore the note about zipping the Focus Taker Id bowen on March 2010Warning: I am a programmer/sysop. Game Loses Focus Windows 10 Still the problem persists.

All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Jump to content General Windows PC Help Existing user? his comment is here after long research I found these steps and it helped (until now): As a temporarily solution you can turn off error reporting service: press Win+R, type services.msc than find Windows Error I feel like it coincided with a bunch of Windows updates that happened about a month ago. You may need to approve administrator access with UAC. #4 Stevo, Oct 22, 2012 COMMANDERMATT1 Legendary Senior Member Messages: 1,116 Likes Received: 2 After several hours of going through process Windows Keep Minimizing Themselves Windows 7

Maybe that's the cause? Thanks for your help Stevo, and pyro. #5 COMMANDERMATT1, Oct 22, 2012 dino0903 ONI Agent Messages: 1 Likes Received: 0 COMMANDERMATT1 said: ↑ After several hours of going through process At the same time, I know someone else with a dual display (mine is triple) that uses KMPlayer regularly who doesn't get the same glitch. http://mozrc.com/windows-10/taskbar-won-t-pop-up-in-some-programs.php He pushes a button, the gyration remote moves a bit, and Win7 detects it as a "shake." Maybe there's a way to turn down the sensitivity so that small movements are

In some games I just lose focus for a few seconds, and in browsers, I lose focus and have to click the browser again. Games Minimizing To Desktop Windows 10 more hot questions question feed about us tour help blog chat data legal privacy policy work here advertising info mobile contact us feedback Technology Life / Arts Culture / Recreation Science I used the Process program that you advised and helped me pin point the problem.

bigwah wrote: » Do you have a thumbdrive plugged in?

bowen on March 2010Warning: I am a programmer/sysop. Register a new account Sign in Already have an account? Not the answer you're looking for? Windows Keep Minimizing Themselves Windows 10 The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down.

But you say it's just randomly minimizing, hm. I had to do this continuously. TheSonicRetard on March 2010 VR, Game Dev, and Retro Gaming. navigate here thanks r0hamkukaOctober 27th, 2011 - 08:51 I have the same issue as Lize described.

Things likes videocard suites or messenger programs are likely suspects. grrarg wrote: » Hakunin wrote: » Ego wrote: » I get random minimization-of-everything while moving around playing KMPlayer windows. Then look at where your game or application stopped running and look at the processes immediately after that. I do, and I've wondered if that could have something to do with it.

and I do not have a bluetooth device hooked up running win7 ultimate I tried the registry hack but it didn't work. In my case it was my Samsung Kies phone software which was running in the background. Do not take my word as law in any other fields, it is not professional advice.0 TheSonicRetard Registered User regular March 2010 edited March 2010 bowen wrote: » Any weird software All of this problems happened just a few days after I downloaded McAfee Interner Security.

Maybe that's the cause? When another application requests focus when you are in a full-screen application, it will minimize your application. Additional AV software, Firewalls, game clients (like Origin (****ing piece of **** software!!)). Now the game launches and works beautifully until I reach the raffle.

Apps randomly lose focus or minimize in windows 7 TheSonicRetard Registered User regular March 2010 edited March 2010 in Moe's Stupid Technology Tavern I'm running Windows 7 Ultimate x64 and I Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the Create Account How it Works Javascript Disabled Detected You currently have javascript disabled. Not the sort of problem you can replicate, just a regular enough occurence to be fucking irritating as it hides every damned window I'm using other than the video.

It's easy! Username or email: I've forgotten my password Forum Password Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers Sign in anonymously Don't add me to the active users list Community Forum Leave it open and check it every few minutes to see where your current idle state is (when doing nothing except viewing TM). This issue of my screen minimizing to the desktop was driving me crazy!

This is the windows error reporting software, so something was happening and windows was logging it..3.