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MSI GE60 2PE PRO app blur question

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i dont get this. everything for text on the desktop is clear and web browsers are clear start menu clear but once i open an app like steam or origin look kind of blurry and dull but cant figure out why. its also the same way with installing apps. they just dont look clear.

 

its really odd to me. its kind of hard to explain IMO. 


Edited by 4LC4PON3 - 7/10/16 at 8:26am
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The 1TB drive may need to be initialized. On Windows 10, right-click on the Start menu, and select "Disk Management". That will pull up a screen that will give you some more info about the drives you have installed. Then do down to the 1TB drive and right-click on the box next to that drive. There should be an option there for initializing the drive. thumb.gif

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yup your right thanks that did work perfectly. thanks

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yup your right thanks that did work perfectly. thanks

No worries, glad I could help! biggrin.gif
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i love this laptop but man let me tell you the screen is pretty nice but it does not even come close to my 23 inch Dell IPS S2340m gloss screen. I hate Matte screens. stock settings for brightness and all that are so over powering its all washed out so I adjusted brightness, contrast, gamma and saturation but i still feel that its just not the beautiful vibrant colors and blacks i have with my Dell


Edited by 4LC4PON3 - 7/9/16 at 9:22pm
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Things like that are why I never bothered with laptops.... I prefer a desktop with 3 monitors, 1 "special" gaming monitor, and 2 regular 1080p monitors (1 on each side). I always have a movie or TV show going, and have some monitoring software open in the other monitor. I don't think I could ever go back to just a single display. biggrin.gif
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i noticed my laptop was some what overheating idling between 68c & 75c then playing a game i was hitting high 80s low 90s. took the fan out and i dont think the guy EVER cleaned the laptop. The fan was completely caked with what looked like cigarette smoke & dust and the vent on the inside was completely blocked so the fan could not dump any air out of the vent hole. took over 45 minutes to literally clean this out properly. Now my idle temps dont move above 50c..

 

i hate when people dont take care of there stuff. its a shame

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i noticed my laptop was some what overheating idling between 68c & 75c then playing a game i was hitting high 80s low 90s. took the fan out and i dont think the guy EVER cleaned the laptop. The fan was completely caked with what looked like cigarette smoke & dust and the vent on the inside was completely blocked so the fan could not dump any air out of the vent hole. took over 45 minutes to literally clean this out properly. Now my idle temps dont move above 50c..

i hate when people dont take care of there stuff. its a shame

That's a pretty heft drop in temps! Well worth the time. thumb.gif
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