My clock gadget has been working fine for over a year since I installed Windows.
Now the clock gadget's hands have started to pivot from a position that is centred horizontally but not vertically.
When the minute hand is between around 20-40 minutes, this causes it to go beyond the edge of the clock. This causes a pink rendering artifact to appear.
In the following image, I have enabled the seconds hand so I can demonstrate the problem without having to wait until it happens again or adjusting my system time:
Things I've tried, with no success:
- Removing it from desktop, rebooting, then re-adding
- Uninstall the "Windows Gadget Platform" from Windows Features, re-installing it and re-adding the clock
sfc /scannowto check for damaged system files (none found)
- Disk error check (none found)
I haven't installed any new software or drivers recently, only Windows updates.