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    Need Help with diagonal screen tearing on my gl753ve in Minecraft, solved?

    Hello all and thanks for reading this. My setup is an Asus GL753VE. My issue is whenever i try to play java based games (I.E. Minecraft) i get really annoying diagonal screen tearing ( Upper left to lower right). It's only affecting minecraft, garry's mod and shellshock live are fine though. I've updated my nvidia gtx 1050 ti's driver to version 378.92 and ive attempted to update my intel graphics driver but it says "Couldnt validate the driver for this system" even with the driver from intel themselves. Once again my issue is diagonal screen tearing, any help is appreciated!

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    Hi iwantspeed

    Does enabling v-sync get rid of the tearing ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nate152 View Post
    Hi iwantspeed

    Does enabling v-sync get rid of the tearing ?
    No it does not sadly.

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    Here is a video that may help you.


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    Sadly the issue still persists even though this laptop is less than a week old

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    Here is a long thread in the Nvidia forum about this issue and I'm not sure there is a fix except maybe trying windowed mode.

    https://forums.geforce.com/default/t...0m-/?offset=19

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    After trying many different things and reading the whole thread that was linked all it took was to update to windows 10 creators update. I'm guessing it was how windows 10 operates with an intergrated gpu with a dedicated gpu.

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    Awesome !

    I'm glad to see you found the fix, I'm sure alot of people would like to know this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iwantspeed View Post
    After trying many different things and reading the whole thread that was linked all it took was to update to windows 10 creators update. I'm guessing it was how windows 10 operates with an intergrated gpu with a dedicated gpu.
    You actually fixed it? i still have the issue, ive been looking everywhere for a fix, even sent in my laptop 3 times but they told me no errors were found! could you send me the link to the windows 10 creator update? i would love to be rid of this issue, thanks!

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