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    Asus ROG: G750JX-RB71 Screen Ghosting.

    Okay, so today I bought my new Asus ROG laptop (G750JX-RB71) and everything was going wonderful for the first 4 hours of using it and I noticed something in the corner of my eye. The mouse was lagging or ghosting or whatever you want to call it, here are some pictures; http://i.imgur.com/AALWE18.jpg and http://i.imgur.com/VyPa26y.jpg . I try to ignore it but it's starting to get to me. I've restarted, I checked my drivers for updates and everything. Please help I love this laptop!

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    right click on the screen and click Personalize

    left side click Mouse Pointers

    Click Pointer Options

    Under Visibility uncheck Display Pointer Trails

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    Although trying this, this isn't the problem, it doesn't appear on a external monitor.

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    Wasn't enabled at all still tried enabling and disabling it. Still no change.

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    You used the exact same pictures as my topic :O http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread...splay-Ghosting

    Anyways, it's a monitor issue, you'll get used to it eventually. Glad to hear I'm not the only one facing this, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iChun View Post
    You used the exact same pictures as my topic :O http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread...splay-Ghosting

    Anyways, it's a monitor issue, you'll get used to it eventually. Glad to hear I'm not the only one facing this, though.
    Yeah, I used yours because you had the exact problem, so its just a monitor issue?! Wow, coming from a huge brand like asus I would expect a higher quality of a laptop from them. Do you know if this happens on other g750 series laptops or just this one? Anyway I'm just thinking of returning it, if I'm buying a laptop I don't want to get used to any problems :/

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    I'm not sure if a different system would fix it, but they don't make the monitors that they use. Monitor they're using is a Chi Mei CMO1720

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    Quote Originally Posted by iChun View Post
    I'm not sure if a different system would fix it, but they don't make the monitors that they use. Monitor they're using is a Chi Mei CMO1720
    Hmm Asus ROG forums aren't helpful at all. Wish some sort of staff could help out.

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    Lightbulb Screen response time

    The response time of your laptop is not as your external monitor which caused ghosting. Bacck when g750 was the beast the screen latency was around 40ms. I could be wrong tho. I aint no expert but this is something I noticed when I have the panel override on and off.

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    Is same problems are happened in safemode also?

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