Poor Graphics Display - Lines Going Through Dark Colours

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       #21

    An incorrect driver won't allow itself to be installed. You will just get a message saying something like 'incompatible hardware'.

    One thing I would have advised from the very beginning would have been to have made a system image that you can always go back to. That way you can try whatever you want with no worries, and if you find a solution, go back anyway and then apply just the one fix rather than having tried/untried various things.
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       #22

    Thanks for the tip :).

    I uninstalled the driver and installed the one on the hp website. I had "generic windows graphics driver" or something like that, which just switched back to Radeon R5 Graphics without me doing anything. I don't know if windows detected something was wrong and re-installed the correct driver or what.

    Anyway nothing has changed... lines are still there. Guess I just have to live with them.
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  3. Posts : 1,806
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       #23

    The generic windows driver is always basic and won't allow anything like normal high resolution images to be displayed in my experience. I can't really suggest anything at this stage I'm afraid... other than for future reference, and that is always have backups you can roll back to. That way you could 'prove' if the issue has just occurred and/or look back at what drivers were installed originally.
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