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I got Windows 7 (Dual booting with Vista just in case) running here, everything's nice and working good.
That is, until my issue occurred.

Whenever I try scrolling up and down through pages or when hovering over links, the colors on the background seem to flicker/refresh, whatever you want to call it. This only occurs with darker colors. I don't witness it with light colors. This problem was not happening in Windows Vista. Needless to say it's EXTREMELY annoying when browsing sites like Essence which has a dark layout, and tons of other sites have darker colors really, so yeah, I need a fix.

System Specifications:
  • Graphics: ATI Radeon X1650 Pro (AGP)
  • CPU: Intel Pentium Dual Core E5200 (2.50GHz)
  • Memory: 2GB DDR2 (667) RAM
  • Motherboard: AsRock 4CoreDual-SATA2
  • PSU: ASUS A-45GA 450W
  • OS: Windows 7 Ultimate (RTM Final Build 7600)

Things I already tried:
  • Googling! (Too bad nobody had this specific problem).
  • Updating Drivers.
  • Updating Windows.
  • Changing the Monitor Refresh Rate. (Higher and Lower).
  • Disabling Windows Aero theme to test it in Windows's Basic Mode.
  • Trying a different browser. (Originally using Firefox, but tested in IE as well to have the same results.
  • Updating Firefox to the latest version.
  • Configuring the Catalyst Control Center to either [High Quality] or [High Performance] or [Balanced]. No success.
  • Configuring the Catalyst Control Center exactly the same as it was in Vista. No success.
I'm pretty much stuck here, because regardless of what I have tried so far, I've had no success at all so far in fixing this annoying problem. It's even more annoying that it doesn't occur in Vista. I also asked several other people as well, but nobody knew what was causing this. Hopefully someone here might know what the problem is.
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