The World Thru My Eyes - I speak my mind and man does it like to talk.
Published on September 20, 2011 By CharlesCS In Personal Computing

Ok so I kinda noticed that every so often the monitor on my job PC (and that of several other co-workers) tends to flash a few times several times a day as if someone was take a picture of my screen. Now I know there is software that can take pictures of your desktop but I doubt it would be as obvious as to have a flash-like feature. I doubt this company would want to make it so obvious they are taking snapshots at our desktops and why so often anyways? Not to mention, the amount of people working here, I doubt they have the man power to review these images.

Anyways, could anyone give an idea of what this might be? Could it be software for taking snapshots of our desktop or perhaps video driver issues (with several PCs here) or something else? thanks.


Comments (Page 2)
on Sep 21, 2011

Power supply is possible but the microwave idea may be it. I never noticed this happens quite often during lunch.

on Sep 21, 2011

BTW Dumbass: We saw your reference in # 3. Unfortunately, both Jafo and I are incapable of reading anything misspelled........

Fortunately, Jafo is capable of posting misspelling, he's just very fast at correcting it and his edits won't show.

BTW: I answer to Smartass to avoid confusion with any nearby dumbasses.

@ CharlesCS. If you can get an AC line filter for your workstation and try it, or plug the microwave into a different circuit, it might help you out if it's line noise. If it's stray RF you may be out of luck unless the microwave can be moved or replaced with one with better shielding.

P.S. There is no misspelling in reply #3 but thanks for checking.

on Sep 21, 2011

I agree....

Well, that nails it......

Can't possibly be the answer then....

on Sep 21, 2011

Wizard1956
P.S. There is no misspelling in reply #3 but thanks for checking.

 

Yes there is.......

Wizard1956
effected
should read affected 

on Sep 21, 2011

oops! Edited:That was one messed up reply. 

 

on Sep 21, 2011

yeah....that's the part that made my dick hurt........

lmmfao

on Sep 21, 2011

 Yup, Uvah would be correct, Wiz....

 

 

Damn...that about made mine hurt....            

on Sep 22, 2011




Quoting Wizard1956,
reply 17
P.S. There is no misspelling in reply #3 but thanks for checking.


 

Yes there is.......


Quoting Wizard1956,
reply 3
effectedshould read affected 

Yep...

on Sep 22, 2011

PoSmedley
lmmfao

er ....'lmfao' perhaps? ....

on Sep 22, 2011

l-my-mother-f-a-o

Fuck. Now he's correcting abbreviations.

on Sep 22, 2011

Quoting Uvah, reply 19


Quoting Wizard1956,
reply 17
P.S. There is no misspelling in reply #3 but thanks for checking.


 

Yes there is.......


Quoting Wizard1956,
reply 3
effectedshould read affected 



Yep...

 

Actually, now that I think about it, he spelled effected correctly, so it's a grammatical error, not a misspelling.           Just saying....

on Sep 22, 2011

RedneckDude
Actually, now that I think about it, he spelled effected correctly, so it's a grammatical error, not a misspelling. Just saying....

OK...someone smite him roughly.....

on Sep 22, 2011

on Sep 22, 2011

Why is abbreviation such a long word for things so short?

on Sep 23, 2011

ElanaAhova
Why is abbreviation such a long word for things so short?

Why is LA so short for the real name - El Pueblo de la Reina de Los Angeles?

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