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Taskbar expands and vibrates

Using Windows 10 laptop, ver1803,BUILD1734.590
When booting up after overnight power off, but also through the day the taskbar expands upward and vibrates. It occurs spontaneously and may last many minutes or hours.
It Iis transparent and pixilated or exhibits a netlike structure. It may cover a small strip or 30% of the screen. I have uninstalled and re-upped display drivers without effect.
I will greatly appreciate advice.

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Let's hear more about this laptop.

As to the OS you can't trust Microsoft for the driver. Go get it from the maker next time to test if it's driver related. This does sound like driver or hardware.

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vibrating taskbar

Each day for about a week I uninstalled the Intel graphics and the NIVDA display adapters. It never helped in the slightest. I did nothing yesterday except I uninstalled the Intel graphics adapter and never got around to uninstalling the NIVDA adapter. The problem persisted. When I powered the computer on this morning around 5 AM the abnormality was not present and has not recurred. No games involved. I appreciate your response. Thank you.

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