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    ThrottleStop should be able to handle the CPU...

    ThrottleStop should be able to handle the CPU throttling. It's worked for many. I'm thinking you may be experiencing some other issue, such as DPC Latency, that appears like CPU Throttling to you. ...
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    You, ASUS, or a 3rd party computer repair person...

    You, ASUS, or a 3rd party computer repair person needs to open the laptop and secure properly secure the LVDS cable to the motherboard and/or laptop display. A G74SX disassembly YouTube video should...
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    Try connecting your laptop to an external monitor...

    Try connecting your laptop to an external monitor or HDTV. If the external monitor doesn't display the video issues, it's likely the LVDS cable connection is loose. It's likely it got jarred loose...
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    No one should have your lousy Customer Service...

    No one should have your lousy Customer Service experience. I'm glad you reported it. It's a big problem with ASUS and they'll have no impetus to do anything about it if customers remain silent. I...
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    Surely, Newegg allows you to at least exchange an...

    Surely, Newegg allows you to at least exchange an out-of-the-box defective laptop for new one?
  6. Thread: G75VW Image

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    Shhhh! You're tempting fate...

    Shhhh! You're tempting fate...
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    If those defective G75 's are recent purchases, ...

    If those defective G75 's are recent purchases, contact Newegg and see if you can return them for a complete refund. Since you've been on this forum for a few months, I'm surprised you didn't do...
  8. Thanks for sharing your solution! Interesting...

    Thanks for sharing your solution! Interesting info, particularly since you previously flashed to an earlier BIOS version without success. It looks like discharging the laptop was a critical step.
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    If you purchased your laptop from Best Buy, give...

    If you purchased your laptop from Best Buy, give them a call to set up the Warranty Repair. Otherwise, go to http://support.asus.com/ServiceCenter.aspx?SLanguage=en, locate the ASUS Service Center...
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    If you remove the battery and boot the laptop...

    If you remove the battery and boot the laptop only on the power adapter, does it change the behavior?

    It'd also be worthwhile to test with another power adapter of equal or greater wattage.
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    Horizontal lines 2 pixels in thickness on dark...

    Horizontal lines 2 pixels in thickness on dark backgrounds have been reported by others. I'll find a relevant thread. See...
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    I don't believe you've done anything wrong. The...

    I don't believe you've done anything wrong. The resolution of an HD image is reduced to display it as Wallpaper on the Desktop. See...
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    Note that the OP chose to "Discard Changes &...

    Note that the OP chose to "Discard Changes & Exit", so NO changes should've been made to the BIOS.

    Even so, I find it hard to believe changing the System Date would brick a computer.
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    I kinda like the Sentelic 3-finger swipe down to...

    I kinda like the Sentelic 3-finger swipe down to "Show the Desktop" and 3-finger swipe up to show all open Windows in 3D perspective (Show Windows Stacked) to allow selecting the Window of choice. I...
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    Nope. My laptop is on the Desktop before I even...

    Nope. My laptop is on the Desktop before I even think about booting it...
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    That's interesting! I had to check my G74SX...

    That's interesting! I had to check my G74SX manual and find no such warning. However, it does have a numbered diagram that indicates:
    1) Plug the AC cable into the power brick
    2) Plug the DC...
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    Exiting the BIOS in that manner SHOULD NOT have...

    Exiting the BIOS in that manner SHOULD NOT have caused any problems, though I have read reports of others with a similar experience.

    See...
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    In your case, @dogfart, that will be even more...

    In your case, @dogfart, that will be even more important when they release smellovision...

    All kidding aside, I installed a Logitech QuickCam 4000 to my laptop and compared its video performance...
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    That's a good point. The lighting can play an...

    That's a good point. The lighting can play an important role in video capture and just like point and shoot cameras, some webcams perform better in lower light levels. Lower light levels require a...
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    I don't believe it's as simple as a setting or...

    I don't believe it's as simple as a setting or configuration.

    I recommend booting up a Linux "LiveCD" distribution to see if the problem persists under a different OS and driver. If so, the...
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    It sounds like you guys possibly have: 1) a...

    It sounds like you guys possibly have:

    1) a defective webcam

    2) corrupt webcam driver or video conferencing software

    3) bandwidth issues, or

    4) DPC Latency causing performance...
  22. Unfortunately, no sound from the speakers after a...

    Unfortunately, no sound from the speakers after a clean Windows 7 installation (including audio driver) most likely eliminates any hope of a software or configuration fix. With default settings, you...
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    That's right. No effort is required on your...

    That's right. No effort is required on your part. The electronics in the battery prevent overcharging.
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    Yep - that's normal. Overcharging a lithium ion...

    Yep - that's normal. Overcharging a lithium ion battery will reduce its effective life. See http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?20003-Asus-smart-battery-charging and follow the link in it to...
  25. Try pressing F2 at startup to enter the BIOS,...

    Try pressing F2 at startup to enter the BIOS, then use the arrow keys to move to the EasyFlash utility.
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