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Thread: HUD Stats stuck

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    Jun 2018

    Default HUD Stats stuck


    I have one hud display thats seems to be stuck at the top of my tables. I can move it to the left and the right but I can't move it down. Its stuck against the top.

    How can i fix this. I play on party poker sit en go

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    HM2! udbrky's Avatar
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    Jul 2008


    If you're seeing this issue in most cases its a graphics card issue

    1 - Make sure windows is fully updated until 'No New Important Updates are Found' (this may require multiple restarts and multiple 'check for updates'), including Internet Explorer (even if you use a different web browser).
    2 - Update your graphics drivers - FAQ - Hold'em Manager (HM1) Poker Tracking Software :: How To Update Your Graphics Card Driver
    3 - Enable desktop composition - Enable or Disable Desktop Composition ~ Windows 7 Support

    The following solutions have also proved to be helpful in resolving this although these are usually isolated issues
    1 - Set desktop to an aero theme:
    - W7 - How To Enable Window Transparency (Aero) On Windows 7 - Windows 7
    - W8 -
    2 - Update Logitech Setpoint -

    You might also need to clean up .net Sometimes the .net framework installation can become corrupt. This can cause several problems including freezes on startup, registration issues, crashes and more. The following FAQ walks you through safely uninstalling .net framework and reinstalling it again - Hold'Em Manager 2 FAQs - Poker Software :: Holdem Manager .NET Cleanup and update Instructions
    Regards udbrky (Chris)

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